Make Your Ceremony Unforgettable With These Beautiful Wedding Arch Ideas

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Jewel & Daniel Wedding - Wedding Ceremony Arch - New York Botanical Garden - Josh McCullock Photography

Jewel & Daniel Wedding – Wedding Ceremony Arch – New York Botanical Garden – Josh McCullock Photography

 

For many couples, the wedding arch will be the focus element of their ceremony. Serving as the backdrop for the moment when your life together will be forever changed, it should say something about the both of you, your love, personality, and style. We’ve had the pleasure of working with couples to create unforgettable displays that set the scene for saying “I Do.” And when it comes to designing a wedding arch, anything goes in terms of shape, materials, and floral styling.

Rounded Wedding Arch
This design is a great choice if you want a ceremony backdrop that expresses your love for flowers and greenery. For an overgrown, garden feel incorporate flowers with a variety of textures such as roses delphinium, stock, amaranthus, and lush greenery. A rounded archway featuring cascading white florals and fresh greenery radiates natural elegance.

 

Kate & Chase Wedding - Wedding Arch - Mansion at Natirar - by Sally Pinera

Kate & Chase Wedding – Wedding Arch – Mansion at Natirar – by Sally Pinera

 

Yue & Junji Wedding - Arch - Ritz Carlton Battery Park - ISO Frame Studio

Yue & Junji Wedding – Arch – Ritz Carlton Battery Park – ISO Frame Studio

 

Copper Wedding Arch
A copper arch is perfect for the couple who considers themselves to be modern romantics at heart. Create a scene of striking contrast by pairing the sleek, industrial material with voluminous, asymmetrically arranged florals and greenery.

 

Nicole & Matt Wedding - Flower Arch - Houston Hall - Jaylim Studio

Nicole & Matt Wedding – Flower Arch – Houston Hall – Jaylim Studio

 

Wooden Wedding Arch
From rustic to classic, the simple wooden arch offers endless styling possibilities. An arrangement of white roses and greenery at the top corner captures a mood of timeless romance. Complement a raw, urban venue with a structure covered in rich greenery and a white flower here and there.

 

Wooden Wedding Arch With Flowers - via junebugweddings.com

Wooden Wedding Arch With Flowers – via junebugweddings.com

 

Natasha & Jeffrey Wedding - First Kiss - 26 Bridge - Denis Leon & Co Photographers

Natasha & Jeffrey Wedding – First Kiss – 26 Bridge – Denis Leon & Co Photographers

 

Wedding Arch Made of Branches
If you dream of a fairytale wedding, consider saying “I do” under an archway made of natural branches. A birch and wisteria branch structure decorated with cascading chiffon and dramatic florals exudes romantic elegance with a vintage twist. Exchange vows against a secret garden backdrop of birch branches adorned with asymmetrically arranged blush and white florals and greenery.

 

Kaitlyn & Thomas Wedding - Wedding Arch - Oheka Castle - Susan Stripling Photography

Kaitlyn & Thomas Wedding – Wedding Arch – Oheka Castle – Susan Stripling Photography

 

Tiffany & Allen Wedding - Arch - MyMoon - by CLY by Chung

Tiffany & Allen Wedding – Arch – MyMoon – by CLY by Chung

 

Wedding Arch With Chiffon Draping
Ask just about any designer and they’ll say chiffon drapery takes wedding ceremony décor to the next level. Ivory chiffon drapery accented with richly textured florals and greenery is sophisticated with a natural touch. Trim the delicate fabric with a greenery and white flower garland to create a light and airy atmosphere.

 

Emily & Daring Wedding - Ceremony - Dahlia Silver Dollar Seeded Eucalyptus Hydrangea Olive Branch Spray Tibet Rose Thistle Draped Archway - Battello - Photography by Casey Fatchett

Emily & Daring Wedding – Ceremony – Dahlia Silver Dollar Seeded Eucalyptus Hydrangea Olive Branch Spray Tibet Rose Thistle Draped Archway – Battello – Photography by Casey Fatchett

 

Michelle & Dustin Wedding - First Kiss - The Rockleigh - Manuel Montenegro Photography

Michelle & Dustin Wedding – First Kiss – The Rockleigh – Manuel Montenegro Photography

 

Lucite Wedding Arch
Showcase your chic contemporary style by incorporating Lucite into your ceremony décor. This striking design features a two-post Lucite structure decorated with a row of gorgeous white roses, hydrangea, stock, and Phalaenopsis and dendrobium orchids. The flowers appear as though they are floating!

 

Rebecca & Jun Wedding - Lucite Wedding Arch - Riverpark - Julian Rubinik Photography

Rebecca & Jun Wedding – Lucite Wedding Arch – Riverpark – Julian Rubinik Photography

 

Hexagon Wedding Arch
Geometric elements are the hallmark of a stylishly modern wedding. Express your modern sensibility with a hexagon ceremony backdrop. Keep it sophisticated with understated accents or go all out with voluminous florals and greenery.

 

Hexagon Wedding Arch - via junebugweddings.com

Hexagon Wedding Arch – via junebugweddings.com

 

Hexagon Wedding Arch - via weddingchicks.com

Hexagon Wedding Arch – via weddingchicks.com

 

Circle Wedding Arch
The circle symbolizes unity, wholeness, and oneness so it’s no wonder that this meaningful shape is being used in the ceremony backdrop decor. From romantic to bohemian to modern, the circle wedding arch can be styled to suit just about every type of wedding.

 

Circle Wedding Arch - via deerpearlflowers.com

Circle Wedding Arch – via deerpearlflowers.com

 

Circle Wedding Arch - via ruffledblog.com

Circle Wedding Arch – via ruffledblog.com

 

Half-Moon/Crescent Moon Wedding Arch
Unique, celestial, and artistic, this design will leave your guests starry-eyed with wonder. Natural elements such as pampas grass and dried wheat along with lush florals, greenery, and even paper look amazing in this design.

 

Half Moon Crescent Moon Wedding Arch - via greenweddingshoes.com

Half Moon Crescent Moon Wedding Arch – via greenweddingshoes.com

 

Half Moon Crescent Moon Wedding Arch - via theperfectpalette.com

Half Moon Crescent Moon Wedding Arch – via theperfectpalette.com

 

Triangle Wedding Arch
Modern meets bohemian meets rustic in this simple, yet versatile ceremony backdrop design. The triangle wedding arch is a favorite with couples who are getting married in a beach, dessert, or countryside setting.

 

Triangle Wedding Arch - via brit.co

Triangle Wedding Arch – via brit.co

 

Triangle Wedding Arch - via aandebebridalshop.com

Triangle Wedding Arch – via aandebebridalshop.com

 

Another great thing about the ceremony arch is that it can be used in both religious and secular weddings. Whether you want a showstopping backdrop or elegant décor, we hope these wedding arch ideas inspire you to create the ceremony of your dreams.

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