Designing the Perfect Arch

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Whether you get married in the great outdoors or inside, mother nature is still easily incorporated. One décor item you may want to splurge on? A killer wedding ceremony arch. Here are a few great ideas for one of our favorite additions:


1. Circular Wedding Arch

A circular wedding arch is like a big, modern wreath. Not only does it pack a visual punch, but it also represents the eternal love you're about to promise to your soon-to-be-spouse. Whether it's covered in flowers or totally naked, a huge round wedding arch lends some drama to saying "I do".


2.  Angular Wedding Arch

Geometry in school? Not so fun. Geometric décor on your wedding day? So dang chic! For a modern take on the wedding arch, go the angular route. Giant octagonal structures, wooden triangles, and even teepees give some serious shape to your ceremony.

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3.  Boho Wedding Arch

Macramé we suggest some bohemian arch options? This knotted textile gives a hippie-chic vibe to your nuptials, and it looks especially eclectic when paired with a vintage rug. But if you don't want the arch to steal the spotlight, a perfectly minimalist frame in a metallic finish shows off the setting with gypsy-like flair. 


4. Rustic Wedding Arch

If you're getting married in a forest or at a rural ranch, an overly floral arch might look out of place. Instead, consider neutral pampas grass to frame your ceremony, or put the focus on knotted vines or twisted branches. You can even forgo the archway altogether, and set up distressed wooden doors for a more shabby-chic style.

Tori Hance