Ceremony Design

Ceremony Design

I always tell my couples that the ceremony is the most important part of their wedding day. It is when they are surrounded by their closest friends and family, with all eyes on them, as they take their vows and begin the next chapter of their lives together.

The ceremony is also the first place your guests will experience the tone and aesthetic you have chosen for your wedding day. Designing your ceremony space is the perfect place to infuse what’s most important to you as a couple. From floral-covered arches to bold statement pieces to culturally-inspired Chuppahs, there are endless ways to say “I Do” underneath the structure of your dreams. 

Enjoy!

Crisp, clean, and simple – always classic.

Venue: Room 1520 | Floral Design: Forget Me Knodt | Photography: Maypole Studios

Sometimes soft accents of floral and greenery are all you need.

Venue: Tru Restaurant | Floral Design: Fleur | Photography: Dennis Lee Photography
Venue: Tru Restaurant | Floral Design: Fleur | Photography: Dennis Lee Photography

When you have the beach and the ocean as your backdrop, keeping your ceremony area simple is best.

Venue: Pueblo Bonito Spa & Hotel | Floral Design: Mazarte Floral | Photography: Julia Franzosa Photography

Venue: Pueblo Bonito Spa & Hotel | Floral Design: Mazarte Floral | Photography: Julia Franzosa Photography

Silver-hued branches and a warm glow create the perfect ambiance for a Winter wedding.

Venue: Ruth Lake Country Club | Floral Design: Hello Darling | Photography: TimTab Studios

The suspended flowers above this Chuppah look like they are floating and provided an ethereal feel for this couple’s ceremony.

Venue: Ritz-Carlton, Chicago | Floral Design: Richard Remiard Designs | Photography: Chad Husar Photography

This couple wanted lush and abundant floral to surround them as they said their vows.

Venue: Shoreacres Country Club | Floral Design: Richard Remiard Designs | Photography: Carasco Photography

Twinkling lights and gold accents were perfect for these New Year’s Eve nuptials!

Venue: Trump Hotel & International Towers Chicago | Decor: Kehoe Designs | Photography: Nakai Photography

An arch of greenery and floating candles…

Venue: House of Blues, Chicago | Floral Design: Hello Darling | Photography: Avery House

Can you say garden wedding?!

Venue: Chicago Botanic Garden | Floral Design: Fleur | Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie

This floral-flooded arch perfectly complemented the garden setting.

Venue: Chicago Botanic Garden | Floral Design: Fleur | Photography: Olivia Leigh Photographie

Family heirloom saris were used to create this bright Mandap.

Venue: Hyatt Lodge | Floral Design: Forget Me Knodt | Photography: Jennifer Kathryn Photography

Sleek white leather chairs were perfect for this wedding at the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Venue: The Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago | Floral Design: HMR Designs | Photography: Eric Kelley Photography

The drama of this space called for a real “Wow” factor.

Venue: The Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago | Floral Design: HMR Designs | Photography: Eric Kelley Photography

Family tallit topped this Chuppah, representing generations past and present.

Venue: The Standard Club | Floral Design: Richard Remiard Design | Photography: Kevin Weinstein Photography

Venue: The Standard Club | Floral Design: Richard Remiard Design | Photography: Kevin Weinstein Photography

The original brick of this loft were the perfect backdrop for this sleek glass and metal Chuppah.

Floral & Decor: Revel Décor | Photography: Maypole Studios

Photography: Maypole Studios | Dennis Lee Photography | Julia Franzosa Photography | TimTab Studios | Chad Husar Photography | Carasco Photography | Nakai Photography | Avery House | Olivia Leigh Photographie | Jennifer Kathryn Photography | Eric Kelley Photography | Kevin Weinstein Photography

Floral Design: Forget Me Knodt | Fleur | Mazarte Floral | Hello Darling | Richard Remiard Designs | Kehoe Designs | HMR Designs | Revel Décor

Venue: Room 1520 | Tru Restaurant | Pueblo Bonito Spa & Hotel | Ruth Lake Country Club | Ritz-Carlton, Chicago | Shoreacres Country Club | Trump Hotel & International Towers Chicago | House of Blues, Chicago | Chicago Botanic Garden | Hyatt Lodge | The Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago | The Standard Club

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