October 5, 2017 Roundup - Altars
We are tipping our hats to Molly & Matt’s florist who took this ordinary altar and bedazzled it with flowers. We love how simple green foliage crawls upward from two white floral arrangements. The lanterns over the chairs also create a lovely touch, it draws the guests into the ceremony. Photography by: Anna Delores Photography.
This Altar is smaller than typical, but we love it. The top has a botanical burst that is situated just right between the couple. The bouquet and altar are v similar, but just enough different from each other to makes us appreciate them separately and together. Photography by: The Apartment Photography
May & Russel's altar has the perfect mix of west coast vibes with a little tradition. The arch, while being a more traditional option, when decorated with foliage and big blooms turns into the best kind of mix. The soft pillow like flowers don't overpower this forest oasis. Photography by: Dawn Photo
Okay, we are actually dying a little over this altar. In love with the colour palette, but most of all we love the fact that it is hanging from above. If your venue is tight on square footage and you don't want to sacrifice having an altar with a big impact, this is the answer. But hey, even if you aren't tight on space this is amazing anytime. Photography by: Melissa Marshall
Ashton and Troy really embraced their ocean side wedding. We love the tie dye beach vibes this altar is giving off. And can we talk about how perfect the Carrall dress goes with this setting? Photography by: Benjamin + Kadin Photography
Bethany and Vivek's altar is v grand, but in the most tasteful way. We appreciate its simplicity and how it doesn't disrupt from the beautiful landscape behind them. Photography by: Feather and Twine Photography
We couldn't picture a more perfect altar for this setting. The French doors are the best ode to this country side wedding. A little greenery and some roses go a long way to give this altar its extra pop. Photography by: Shari and Mike
Moya and Jeff's venue was more than spectacular. A simple altar with a green garland wrapped all around is understated but so, so really beautiful. Photography by: Daring Wanderer Photography
The macrame touch on this altar automatically tells us this couple is easy going. If you are going for a fresh crisp vibe, look no further than this beautiful wedding for your open field wedding inspo. Photography by : Erynn Christine Photography
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