(Closed) Wedding Arch Help Please!

posted 8 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
3709 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

We are doing a white wedding arbor like this

But decorating it with a floral arrangement on each corner, tulle, and turquoise sashes to match the wedding colors.


Post # 4
2829 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

are you interested in more of an arbour style or more along the lines of a cuppah?

Arbours can be arched or builit rectangularly –usually charactarized by the use of lattice or trellis.

Cuppahs are more ‘open’ similar to pergolas in the sense that they are 4 posts connected by a square (or rectangular) frame at the top-they usually have a covering over the top frame of some sort of draping (though i have seen them with flowers too).

traditional arch example:

cuppah example (traditionally Cuppah’s are a Jewish element, but if you call it an arch, arbor/altar etc then it can work for other denominations too)

Post # 5
1843 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

This is my inspiration.  Our arbor will be similar to the one JamaicaBride posted above.

Post # 7
860 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Post # 11
374 posts
Helper bee

If you’re not Jewish you don’t need an arch.  If you want one, call your site where you will the have the wedding.  I’m sure they have something on hand.  If not, call a rental agency like Taylor Rental or something in the VT area or a party needs store.

Post # 14
2742 posts
Sugar bee

So, what did you end up using?

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