For your "something old." use an antique door frame for your altar. Whether your venue is indoors or outdoors this will add the ambiance
of old and romantic. Let the tarnish and distress shine through
this vintage piece of décor for a look that is both unique and
eye-catching. Top of the door frame with your wedding flowers
and lush shades of greenery to finish
A dreamy look for a rustic wedding. A bride can chose birch logs, cut
and tied together to make an alter. Placing candlelit mason jars
with floral arrangements along with garden roses & hydrangeas
to decorate the stairs or path leading up to the altar.
This birch wood alter is a stunning and elegant way to add
décor to your wedding ceremony.
Everyone Has Eyes
We are obsessed with this set up for a wedding ceremony. Place
your chairs to circle around you and your honey for the nuptials
that way everyone has a great seat and with a different view.
The bride may chose to have floral arrangements all around them
for the ceremony. She can also placed a small table in the center
to light their unity candles and added twinkle lights.
Why not use an unconventional object, like a fireplace mantle,
for your altar? This look is both romantic and intimate both inside
and outside. Keep the mantle looking rugged or refurbish it with a
color to match your wedding palette. Decorate with pretty florals
and candle lights to complete the look.
For an outdoor wedding, try hanging your décor!
Hang on tree branches some string mason jars with battery
type tea light candles inside.
You can choose to use some jars filled with beautiful wildflowers or
baby's-breath & for depth to the hanging pieces add a cool
lantern here and there to the mix.
For the bohemian bride this one's perfect for you.
Use a hula hoop strung with macramé. You can add to your décor
with green ferns and contrasting flowers.
To finish the look add a side table, candles, and more