Save this one for later if you are dreaming up a floral backdrop for your wedding celebration! Floral arches make a perfect statement piece for your “I Do’s” and can even be repurposed during your reception as a backdrop for your head table or a photo opportunity for guests. See below for some stunning floral arch trends, sure to inspire your bloom-filled backdrop in this edition of our “5 Favorites”.
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Image: Madison Delaney Photography, Floral: Studio Fleurette
We love the monochromatic look of these floral arches! The all-white blooms create a lush backdrop that beautifully frames the wedding party, allowing them to stand out.
Images: Brooke Elisabeth Photography, Amanda Nippoldt Photography, Perry James Photography
Floral: Sadie’s Floral, MAVEN, Ashley Skeie Events
Bring Your Blooms From Ceremony to Reception
This gorgeous garden arch made an appearance during Krystel + Tom’s courtyard wedding ceremony before transitioning to create a beautiful backdrop for their sweetheart table at the reception. Repurposing your arch is a stunning way to get the most out of these floral details! Be sure to connect with your florist and wedding coordinator to manage the transition logistics.
Images: Marit Williams Photography, Floral: Kindred Blooms
Full Circle Florals
Put a unique spin on the traditional floral arch by playing with shape. These circular arches made for show-stopping statement pieces, perfect for saying “I Do”.
Images: Amanda Nippoldt Photography, Madison Delaney Photography, Floral: LILIA, Studio Fleurette,
Embrace An Asymmetrical Arch
We are all about the asymmetrical arch! The varying heights of these floral columns, coupled with their rich, seasonal tones and textures, created a one-of-a-kind display for Hannah + Dustin’s beautiful autumn wedding.
Image: Sage E Imagery, Floral: Studio Fleurette
A Touch of Neon
Adding a neon sign featuring a sweet phrase or the newlywed’s last name is a memorable way to customize a floral arch, making it a fun photo op for you and your guests to enjoy even after the sun goes down.
Images: Tippy Jordan, Parker Young, Floral: Bellamore Floral, LILIA