Post # 1
Admittedly we had to set the ceremony time at 6pm to make this work (it’s the rooftop of the yacht squadron where we’re having the reception)… but seriously, this photo makes me weak at the knees. Add white chairs & carpet and it’s going to look divine! Any other decorating ideas? I don’t really want to do an arch because I don’t want to interrupt the view… but whilst I’m pretty confident with my reception flower ideas, the ceremony just isn’t clicking with me yet. I’m aiming for a vintage/romantic feel.
And here’s a photo from our engagement shoot, with the yacht squadron in the background. It’s also a stone’s throw from where FH proposed back in September! The rooftop where the ceremony is held is on the side closest to us (the lower bit)
Post # 3
Can you see the ocean through the floor?
Post # 5
Flowers and/or ribbons tied to the railings would add a nice touch without taking away from that awesome view.
Post # 6
Very pretty!! I agree, no arch, I don’t think you need an arch with a view like that!
Post # 7
@peachacid: I wish! lol. I edited in to make it clearer, it’s actually the rooftop of our venue. Just have to pray for good weather & not a lot of wind. Am I nuts for wanting a cathedral length veil? lol. Luckily we can have the ceremony inside if necessary if the weather throws a tantrum. But I sure hope not!
Post # 8
@goingtotherooftopoflove: I found a site similar to yours and you really don’t need anything….the view will make it beautiful!
If you want to dress it up maybe add 2 arrangements on top of pilars at the end of the aisle
Post # 9
I love the pillars idea! Just something low profile but that marks the post.
One couple hired a styling company, put a marquee up and turned it into Paris! heck! http://www.thestyleco.com.au/our-couples/naomi-peter
Post # 10
I agree with the pillar idea.
Post # 11
Are there any other bees who did pillar altars who could give me me some ideas? I’d love to see photos!
Post # 12
I think pillars are the way to go!