A few weeks ago I posted ideas to decorate archways and chuppas. There are many other choices to decorate ceremony sites. Often tall arrangements in vases or urns are a favorite. But you can also embellish the ceremony site with garden arrangements or wreaths or decorate candelabras.
Two bright pink wreaths, suspended from a wooden pole, framed the ceremony site for Jandi and Jesse’s wedding. The poles were secured in containers covered with moss; lots of texture decorated the base of the pole.
This garden arrangement was a fitting backdrop for the ceremony at the First Congregational Church.
A close-up of the garden arrangement.
The beautiful wrought iron candelabras at the Rose City Park Presbytarian Church were decorated with these early spring white and green cascading arrangements.
The candelabras at St Mary’s Cathedral lend themselves well for wreath decorations.
These white topiaries in ornate terra cotta containers decorated the ceremony area at the intimate Old Pioneer Church in Sellwood.
This gorgeous old tree, decorated with a large wreath, was the site of the ceremony at a private home in Richfield.