Walking down the aisle and the ceremony itself are the most important and touching moments of every wedding, that’s why your aisle and altar should be decorated perfectly to make the ceremony even more emotional. When we are speaking about wedding arches, chuppahs and arbors, there’s nothing more popular than wooden ones. Wood arches fit almost any wedding type and theme, they can be so different, versatile and creative that you won’t believe your eyes! I’d like to share the coolest wood wedding arches and arbors so that you could get inspired and choose something.
Driftwood Wedding Arches
Driftwood is amazing for any seaside, beach and coastal nuptials. Such an arch is cool itself, without décor, it perfectly fits beach nuptials, but you can also try starfish and shells for décor, or decorate it with white flowers on the corners and on its base. Draped fabric also looks cool, choose it in white or pastel colors. I admire glass candle lanterns for such arches, especially if it’s a sunset wedding ceremony, and soft candle light will be ideal.
Rough Branches And Wood Arches
Rough wood and natural-looking branches for wedding arches are my favorite ones! Rough wood branches and pieces of wood and logs are very cool, you can build various types of arbors and arches, it’s up to your wedding style but best of all such arches fit woodland, garden, boho chic, rustic and backyard wedding. Wood bark and natural knots add woodland charm, so if you love nature and want to incorporate some touches into your wedding, this is your option. Such arches don’t require much décor, just some foliage, maybe flowing draperies and some flowers because the branches look awesome themselves. If it’s a boho wedding, try dream catchers and lace hoops or lanterns, add small hanging pumpkins and leaves for a fall wedding.
Traditional Wood Wedding Arches
Usual wooden arches, arbors, chuppahs or altars in various shades are the most popular choice for any type of wedding, from glam to rustic. The décor is up to your wedding theme and colors: lush florals, flowing draperies, foliage, lanterns, hanging flower heads, vine, lights and you can place some logs with candles next to your arch. If it’s a fall wedding, opt for draperies, candle lanterns and bold or moody flowers. If it’s a spring wedding, try tender foliage and pastel florals. Summer nuptials are all about lush florals, and winter ones can be cool for moody flowers. Get inspired!