When you choose to get married outdoor, it is because you love the scenery at your venue. Especially this summer you find many blossoms bloom everywhere, and it is really stunning. You both truly want to put your own personal style stamp on your wedding site to make it your own. A wedding arch is one of a simple way to personalize an outdoor wedding and define the ceremony within an open space.
Dreamy Wedding Arch Decoration Ideas for This Summer
There is no just one way to make a wedding arch. Think out of the box! If you are looking for ideas for a decorated archway to frame your nuptials, there are plenty of ways to personalize a wedding arch and make it as special as you dream of.
There are no rules, from the colour palette to theme or season. You can get creative with a variety of florals, fabrics, and textures. Just remember to always make sure your wedding arc fits the vibe of your ceremony, décor and reception. No matter you are going classic, whimsical or homespun, there are design and style that really right for you.
The Best Fabric for Wedding Arch
Satin – Satin is a good material for your wedding arch since it doesn’t crease or wrinkle easily. But, you must look for the thinnest satin you can discover to help it drape easier.
Viole – This is a great option for wedding arch. This fabric is very lightweight for a soft and sheer, yet it looks elegant. There is a wide variety of colours of viole even with a crushed, textured look for added charm.
Chiffon – This material is very sheer. It looks elegant and beautiful as a wedding backdrop. Plus, this fabric flows easily and drapes beautifully.
Creative Ceremony Arch
Whether it’s a thousand years old oak tree or vine-covered arch, the ceremony backdrop will frame and highlight the two of you during your vows.
Oversize Arch – An extra grand and sloping wedding arch make a larger statement at the end of the aisle.
Circle of Blooms – Think an open-ended arch into a complete circle to signify eternal unity.
Flawless Frame – Think of the incredible photos you’d get from the modern backdrop.
Geometric Trellis – If you want something different, consider geometric trellis to get such a perfect drop.
Edgy Triangle – Don’t afraid to give your arch some edge with a geometric shape.
Rustic Arch – If you like to set on a traditional arch shape pick a rustic theme with natural, unfinished wood for an ultra-unique vibe.