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Photo by Margaret Austin Photography
Can you say destination wedding?! This laser-cut (and personalized!) backdrop is destination wedding perfection.
Photo by James + Schulze
Yes, the circle installation trend can do no wrong-as evidenced by this frond-covered altar. (That's BTW perfect for a modern beach bash.)
Photo by Forged in the North
When you're exchanging vows overlooking the Pacific, don't let anything-and we mean anything-take away from that view. That's why this simple, greenery-covered altar fits your design bill.
Photo by Saje Photography
Two words: simple perfection.
Photo by CacГЎ Santoro Photography
Don't think you're limited to standing structures only. A suspended one (of greenery) can be equally as eye-catching.
Photo by Phil Chester
Boho brides, take note: This birch tee-pee is the perfect complement to a bright Persian rug.
Pampas Grass Backdrop
Photo by Ivy Road Photography
Think from the ground up when you have a view like this. And the pampas grass works especially well as it's a neutral backdrop!
Greenery Circle Installation
Photo by Bottega 53
What's more beautiful: This greenery-lined aisle or the epic circle installation? We seriously can't decide.
Photo by Cambria Grace
At this fashion-forward ceremony, the bride and groom shared traditional vows under a modern chuppah that they designed together.
Photo by Red Aspen Photography
Here's an idea for you: A ceremony in the round! This way, you're literally surrounded by the ones you love most.
Photo by Cameron Ingalls
Sometimes, you've got to work with what you've got. In this case, a statement tree!
Embrace Local Flora
Photo by Kallima Photography
It's smart to embrace the local flora-especially if you're having a destination wedding.
Photo by Paco and Betty
We bet this lavender-covered structure smells just as pretty as it looks.
Cacti and Sheer
Photo by Birds of a Feather
At this desert wedding, potted cacti, sheer draping, and a bohemian accent rug make for one beautifully unexpected combo.
Wooden Pergola and Dried Flowers
Photo by Pablo Laguia
Take this as proof that you can bring in dГ©cor (in this case, a wooden pergola and dried flowers) that looks as if it's forever meant to be.
Photo by Jillian Mitchell
Tropical brides, pull this as your perfect ceremony inspiration.
Photo by Corbin Gurkin Photography
Now this is how you do a statement altar and a statement runway-um, we mean aisle!
Photo by Jeremy Harwell
Add a rose-covered altar with a greenery-backdrop for a next-level flower wall.
Photo by Cinzia Bruschini
Yes, yes, yes! This flower-dripping installation is everything.
Photo by Lauren Fair Photography
At this modern Philadelphia wedding, the candle-lit, greenery-covered chuppah quite literally brought the outdoors inside.
For Cool Girl Brides
Photo by Let's Frolic Together
Hey, cool girl brides, this one's for you.
Modern Meets Rustic
Photo by Shannon Von Eschen
We're obsessed with this modern-meets-rustic backdrop for a mountainside ceremony.
Potted Cacti and Persian Rugs
Photo by Katie Shuler Photography
A marriage of two wedding dГ©cor trends: potted cacti and Persian rugs!
Photo by Megan Welker Photography
With an iron gate this pretty, you only need to add a few blooms (or nothing at all).
Photo by Jose Villa
This floral-covered chuppah is a show-stopper from every single angle.
Photo by Cambria Harkey
Looking for a cool, retro altar? We found your mid-century dream.
Photo by Sean Cook Weddings
For your beach wedding, the only question is where to buy palm fronds this large?
Stick With The Settings
Photo by Lisa Poggi
Rule #1: Don't let the dГ©cor take away from an already stunning setting.
Photo by India Earl
Tie the knot-literally-with a macramГ©-enchanced altar.
Palm Fronds and Monstera Leaves
Photo by Lauren Scotti Photography
Palm fronds and monstera leaves for the win!
Photo by Westlund Photography
A flower-covered chuppah is always a good idea.
Photo by Kelly Anne Berry
With all the vintage rentals on the market, why not use them as your ceremony backdrop?
Photo by Hailley Howard Photography
This ceremony backdrop is literally an enchanted forest.
Create Your Own Floor
Photo by Samuipics
This bride not only created her own altar-she created her own floor, too!
Photo by Christopher Velasco
This modern structure gets straight to the point.
Photo by Chelsea Maras Photography
Put trendy macramГ© front and center by designing your structure around it.
Photo by Alison Vagnini Weddings
You're already giving each other hugs and kisses, right?
Photo by Regina as The Photographer
Start your dream day (and life!) with ivory-colored dreamcatchers.
Photo by O'Malley Photographers
We love a ceremony-in-the-round, especially when it's set against the ruins of a gorgeous French chateau.
Perfect For A Rooftop
Photo by Jenn Emerling
This ceremony structure was made for a San Fran rooftop event (but actually, it was!).
Photo by Chaz Cruz
This Brooklyn bride thought from floor-to-ceiling for her dreamy, light-filled backdrop.
Pampas Grass Circle
Photo by Jamie English
We thought pampas grass looked pretty in a line-but have you ever seen it in a circle?
Add Warmth to Wood
Photo by Jenny Haas
Ferns, greenery, and roses add warmth to this simple wooden structure.
Photo by Cassidy Carson
Don't forget to think about existing doors-there may be a grand entrance at your venue for a reason!
Lots of Candles
Photo by Emilie White
Candles, candles, and more candles, please.
Photo by Mirelle Carmichael
We love the contrast here between the black chuppah and clear ghost chairs.
Photo by Chaz Cruz
Another suspended greenery altar for the win!
Mix Vines and Roses
Photo by Mariel Hannah Photography
We love how these muted vines (and pale pink roses!) look naturally beautiful against this vineyard backdrop.
Photo by Matt Lien Photography
Create a home-y setting with a vintage mantle, greenery, and plenty of pillar candles.
Streamers and Confetti
Photo by Rachel Photographs
OmbrГ© steamers and confetti get the party going early.
Birch Tree Chuppah
Photo by Curtis Wiklund Photography
This birch tree chuppah is rustic perfection-even when done on a beach!
Photo by Maple & Elm Photography
An punchy-hued banner creates a modern-meets-whimsical setting
Photo by KT Merry
Breezy, sheer drapes always add a dreamlike element an already dreamy setting.
Photo by Taylor Lord Photography
This earthy chuppah features a draped fabric ceiling and naturally dark greenery.
Photo by Gregory Ross Photography
This boho-inspired altar is simply a wall of wild crawling vines.
Antique Folding Screen
Photo by Ariel Renae Photography
If you're into the vintage vibe, look no further than an antique folding screen dressed with white blooms.
Photo by Kate Ignatowski
How fun is this asymmetrical backdrop when accessorized with crawling greenery and ribbon streamers?!
Photo by Joielala Photo
This backdrop (of floor-grazing macramГ© and hanging potted flower arrangement) looks straight out a home dГ©cor catalog-and for good reason!
Photo by onelove Photography
Everyone loves an organic-looking backdrop in a natural setting, but we're especially into this iron arch covered in magnolia leaves.
Winter Wedding Perfection
Photo by Laura Murray Photography
The rustic, outdoor ceremony altar at Dunton Hot Springs is winter wedding perfection.