Post # 1
Looking for some inspiration! Google Images is not really getting me anywhere. 🙁 Any pics of the altar/aisle? Especially for fall. Our church has an altar rail, which screams maple leaf garland and faux (flickering light bulb) candles! But I’d love to see how you bees are decorating your venue!
Post # 3
well, I’m not going to be much help to you since our venue was so different. We did parasols down our aisle (we had an outdoor wedding)
And we had a chuppah/arbor in front with ribbon hanging behind it. I wish I’d have done a curtain as well rather than tulle, but c’est la vie.
Sorta like the outside of this without the weird flower thing in the midde 🙂
Post # 4
@kala_way: Pretty! I love the chuppah tradition! I wish I was Jewish!
Post # 6
We are doing silk petals down the aisle, and then a floral arrangement with a single candle on each side of the altar. Our church is tiny (setas 70), and the altar is a small table. (Sorry no pics)
Post # 7
@woodwindwaker: lol, we’re not Jewish we just needed something to fill an open space. Chuppah was the easiest thing to tell people early on so they could google it and figure out what we wanted and how it should look. Ours was actually not a proper chuppah, it was really more of an arbor (rectangular and not covered).
Post # 8
Here is a mock up of ours….we will have a fabric back drop to cover the doors and windows!
The flowers are gonna be a little different because they were not big enough there so we made them bigger and added more color to them to match all the other decorations!
Here is our pew baskets (bows)
Post # 9
Ours was Jewish, but as long as you don’t call it a “chuppah,” a “wedding canopy” can be used by anyone of any religion. Here is what we had:
Instructions for making the canopy can be found at this link.
Post # 10
non-pro pic of our ceremony arch.
Post # 12