Wedding ceremony decor enhances the space where your nuptial rituals take place.
The look and feel of the space, the words spoken and vows exchanged in the space set the tone for the entire day - and for sharing your lives together.
Your guests: loved ones, family and friends, are gathering to bear witness to your commitment to each other.
Dress the nuptial space to reflect the importance of the marriage rituals while keeping to your style.
The nuptial space is set to draw focus to you as a couple.
Your guests want to see, hear and be engaged by what's going on. Make
sure they are. A professional Officiate who writes custom legal
marriages such as myself, can help you do this.
If your guests are not engaged it will show in the photographs and video forever. You'll see distracted, bored faces looking like they'd rather be anywhere else but where they are.
I invite you to consider ...
The following wedding ceremony decor ideas work outdoors and indoors equally well. They embellish the ritual space, set the look and feel, focus attention, create beautiful photo opportunities and lifelong memorable moments.
"We are so glad you suggested adding the ribbons to our V.I.P. chairs and letting them know where they'd be sitting. It made it easy for their escorts to seat them. Everyone felt they were a real part of our marriage rites. They're all smiling in the candid photos! Thank you again for being the best Officiate ever." Corinne and Rick, St. Louis, MO
This table was used for rituals.
Made of wood branches a couple used it to convey the more rustic woodsy look and feel of their big day during the marriage rites.
In this case, the groom, a sculptor, designed and sculpted the table as a surprise for his bride.
Today it does double duty as a stool and side table at home.
Embellishments for wedding ceremony decor are limited only by your imagination. Consider the scope and size of the space as well as the look and feel you envision.
Ask for suggestions. Keep in mind walking through, over and around the symbolic altar or ritual space as you plan enhancements.
This will affect you, members of the wedding who will be participating in the actual ritual, as well as all guests, and the visual effect of the wedding ceremony decor.