After some ceremony backdrop inspo? Good – because here you are.
The ceremony spot is one of the first things we gravitate toward when we’re checking out wedding photos. It’s the place where you get to say some really important words and seal the deal with your other half. You have your first married kiss here and you get a load of pics taken here. So it’s worth a bit of thought, and perhaps some dressing up.
Of course, an amazing tree or natural setting is hard to beat, but we love seeing couples think outside the square and come up with some creative settings to say ‘I do’ at.
Check out some of our fave ceremony backdrops we’ve come across to date.
How cool is this hexagonal set-up? Created by The Style Co at our WedShed partnered venue Rokeby Studios.
It doesn’t get more romantic and pretty than this feathery number. Check out the rest of this shoot on Green Wedding Shoes, as there’s an ombre floral aisle that is seriously breathtaking.
A very excellent teepee. Via Bash, Please.
Held at 1000 £ Bend, one of our WedShed partnering venues in Melbourne, this simple suspension of hanging flowers is simultaneously gorgeous and glamorous.
Photo by LJM Photography.
Proving that a brick wall can make the most gorgeous wedding ceremony backdrop. Love the neon heart. Featured on Rock n Roll Bride.
Take a doorstep. Add flowers. Get married. Via Then Let It Be.
This hanging geometric backdrop is just so bright and happy that everyone present will feel the same way. You can buy the ‘Geo Curtain’ here via Etsy.
For couples with a flair for the theatrical, this stage set-up could be a winner. Via Pinterest.
Easy DIY – get an archway, wrap with gorgeous greenery and get married under it. Captured by Match + Feather.
So simple yet so striking. Fern fronds pinned to a wall makes an incredible natural focal point for a wedding ceremony. Via Ruffled Blog.
A floral hanging halo makes for a stunning spot for your vows and stuff. Captured by I Got You Babe and featured by White Magazine.
A very unique and textural way to dress up a sweet little chapel. Via Green Wedding Shoes.
We love this reinterpretation of the taxidermied trophy head – a trophy plant. These guys look awesome en masse. Via Green Wedding Shoes.