Sara and Zach Wedding – Wedding Aisle Arrangement Reserved Seat Sign – New York Botanical Garden – Katherine Marchand Wedding
Your parents, grandparents, and immediate family make up the VIP guests who deserve front row seats at your wedding. For this reason, designating the first and second rows (and third if needed) at your ceremony is important to avoid any confusion – no one wants to play an awkward game of musical chairs because they unknowingly sat where they shouldn’t have. Often groomsmen double as ushers and are on hand at large weddings, directing guests where to go as they arrive. But for weddings of any size, ‘reserved’ seating signs can be used to ensure your big day starts out flawlessly with everyone comfortably sitting down to the celebrations that are about to begin. From welcoming floral arrangements to personalized name tags, we rounded up beautiful ideas for assigning special seating at your wedding ceremony. Read More
Mary & Galen Wedding – Hanging pink carnations and Ceremony Arch – The Hudson Hotel NYC – Jacquelyne Pierson Weddings
Your walk down the aisle is a once-in-a-lifetime moment you’ll never forget. Of course, knowing that you are about to marry your soulmate is what makes it so special. But let’s be honest, beautiful décor is always welcome, elevating the sentiment and ambiance to the next level. From breathtaking backdrops to unique aisle accents, here are ten décor ideas for a jaw-dropping wedding ceremony.
This airy ceremony pairs lucite seating with white blooms and greenery. The design and styling are modern and clean, yet the atmosphere is completely natural. Read More