Getting married under a canopy is something that makes it incredibly romantic and more cheery with the traditions. As these canopies signify the new home for the newlyweds in Jewish weddings, they also represent the new life and startup that the bride and groom going to establish together. It will set the perfect tone for your wedding day.
Decorative canopies are widely used these days as they serve a beautiful background for the wedding photography and create a charming point of convergence to the wedding. The Canopies do not only use as an overhead for saying I do’s but also they are widely used in décor, buffets, honor tables, displays and even to create seating areas. Here I have collected some ideas that you can use with the canopies in your wedding.
Gather a little inspiration with the ideal backdrop to your wedding Invitations with canopies. Yes, you read that right… You can feature canopies to your DIY Wedding Invitations too, and reveal the first look of your canopy wedding to your guests.
With vibrant color schemes like red, orange, yellow, pink ribbons and featuring piñatas to the Arch will lend instant brightness and fun. Also adding arch with bouquets of lush flowers and strings of pearls and crystals can serve as a great focal point for your wedding ceremony.
For Traditional Indian weddings, a traditional look along with the modern king and queen touch. Neon Pink and Green color combo will be sophisticated yet bold feel to the “Mandap – Sort of Canopy where the customs and rituals takes place”.
Seating your guests under a beautiful tree with several large white lanterns hung from its branches. It will be making a perfect picturesque venue that fulfils every wish you have for your romantic Wedding Ceremony.
Wow the world with your bridal bouquet also. Incorporating small arch of the pretty flowers, Will add happy hues of romance and femininity to your beautiful attire.
These beautiful inspirations Canopy Weddings Ideas will make the event lifelong memorable for you and your special guests.
Happy Wedding … 🙂