Wedding Arches

Wedding arches look great at any ceremony inside or out, and make a photo-worthy statement by framing the couple underneath. They come in many sizes, materials, and shapes that you can embellish with greenery, flowers, ribbons, and lights! Make your arch as simple or extravagant as you’d like by incorporating your colors, flowers, and personal touches. Here are some magical wedding arch ideas that will make say “I do” look as good as it feels!

 

Trending! Ceremony Wreath

 

Featured by; FestivalBrides

 

Trending for 2018 is the ceremonial wreath. The wreath is a complete circle of foliage and florals added to the circle of love. Be creative! Mixing silver dollar eucalyptus, seeded eucalyptus, lemon leaf, Italian ruscus and leather leaf will give the wreath a lot of texture and fullness. Personalize the wreath by adding lights, ribbon or anything you desire! The wreath can be elevated off the ground by a metal stand or appear to sit on the ground with a low metal stand which is hidden. Instead of standing under the arbor, the bride and groom will stand in front of the wreath.

 

Timeless Archway

 

Featured by; blogstylishwedd

 

Design a timeless romantic, elegant arch for your wedding day by adding touches of a soft peach or sheer pink swag, with garden rose Juliet peach,  peach & pink ranunculus, spray rose light pink, white hydrangea’s and white roses, eucalyptus, olive branch, variegated ivy, sprengeri fern and limonium white. You can even add baby’s breath! This arch creates a timeless feel.

 

Broken Circle Wreath

 

Featured by; happywedd

 

This wreath has an open design called a broken circle decorated with greenery and small white blooms. It is pure and dynamic in its appearance. The ring symbolizes the promise to love one another for eternity.

 

Rustic Wedding Arbor

 

Featured by; Kmay

 

We love this a perfectly rustic, simplistic arbor decorated with bright yellow sunflowers, purple cushion pompons, Matsumoto aster red, Vyking yellow mums. You can also add in white daisies or any color gerbera daisies. For the greens, you can use Nageia nagi, Amaranthus Hanging green or red, eucalyptus and coffee branch. Have fun with decorating the arbor by adding as much greenery or flowers that will fit within your budget and your desire.

 

Creative Arbors

 

Featured by: womangettingmarried

 

Be creative! Design your arbor using your surrounding as the backdrop. This arbor is rustic wood and decorated with beautiful flowers in vases. When the ceremony is over, and you are ready to celebrate, you can use the flowers in the vases for dual use and put them as centerpieces on your reception tables. This is an excellent way help save money and stick to your budget.

Also read, DIY Greenery Centerpiece featured in Rent My Wedding Magazine

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