Florals can be integrated into everything at a wedding—the invitations, welcome sign, ceremony pews, arch, personals, flower girl flowers,” and more. One idea is to have your guests throw petals as you and your new spouse head to cocktail hour.
Another option is to have small bud vases on the tables, floral arrangements for the gift table and escort card tables.
There can also be flowers incorporated into the centerpieces and even the wall behind the band or photobooth. Carrying the florals through the entire wedding keeps the event cohesive and helps tell the story of your wedding.
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Unique Wedding Ceremony Seating Ideas
One of the first things your guests will see when they arrive is their ceremony seats, so think about how you can make them feel new and special. Why not try a different seating arrangement for your ceremony than the usual rows of folding chairs?
You can use your inventive ideas in any situation. Anything is acceptable as long as you have considered the number of guests and ensured that everyone can see the ceremony at the altar clearly. See some of our favorite unusual ceremony seating arrangements below.
Several rows and columns of rustic wooden benches should be arranged in front of the altar for an outdoor wedding in the mountains, at a barn, or in the woods.
We have performed weddings in fields and beneath trees, overcoming the challenges presented by the elements. Because they will be kept in place by the weight of several people, benches are excellent for grassy, uneven terrain.
If you intend to exchange vows in front of a large ceremony structure, such as a chuppah, arrange the chairs so that they form a square and encircle the structure. Your visitors will be able to view the ceremony from a better vantage point this way.
Chairs arranged in a spiral can help make an outdoor wedding feel a little more private. Additionally, how amazing will it be to see every single guest as you make your way to the center? This will create a dramatic, winding aisle.
A spiral arrangement works best for small-to-moderate guest lists; 250 chairs cannot realistically be arranged in a spiral.
Scattered Blankets and Pillows
Set up colorful, patterned blankets on a grassy field or sandy beach with amusing pillows for added comfort if you want a relaxed, small wedding. This style of wedding seating will give your guests the impression that they are at a park picnic as you exchange vows.