Wedding Ceremony Extras – Decorating Options
Wedding Arch and Other Ceremony Decorations
The arches are perfect for couples to stand under for their wedding day. All of our arches include flowers. If the photo below includes drapes, that is part of the arch price.
Other options include flowers and greenery around the ceremony space.
Drape on both sides with a flower arrangement on each side
Drape from the middle, on either sides, with flowers on either side
Birch arch with drape and flowers on either side
Rose gold arch with greenery garland and flowers
Gold flower stand with matching flowers and greenery.
A greenery garland with matching flowers and lanterns
Drapes on the trees and matching flowers
Flowers Around the Gazebo
Extras flowers around the gazebo include:
- Flowers around the gazebo on each post
- Flowers on the entry post of the gazebo
- Flowers on the accent posts
- Flowers down the aisle
Flower crowns are popular for the bride and flower girl. Crowns can match the bouquet colors or can also be made of baby’s breath.
Extra Bouquets, Boutonnieres, and Corsages
Having matching flowers for the wedding party always completes the look of the wedding. Our florist can also design extra boutonnieres for the groomsmen and father of the bride. Corsages are always nice for the moms too!
Shell Unity Ceremony
The shell unity ceremony is incorporated into the wedding ceremony, It Includes a keepsake container filled with sand (sometimes from the spot you were married) and shells. This unity ceremony becomes part of the wedding ceremony and the officiant talks about the meaning of the unity ceremony and joining of your two lives. It’s a great keepsake reminder of your wedding day.
Extra Photo Time
By adding extra photo time, you can capture more memories of your special day. Extra photography time can be added before or after the wedding ceremony.
Adding on extra time before the ceremony is great for getting ready pictures, bridal portraits, wedding details, and special moments with your family and wedding party.
Some couple want more photo time with family and friends, fun photos with the wedding party, more time with the two of them, or even having photos at a different location from their ceremony. Adding on more photo time after the ceremony is a great way to get these extra photos.
Your wedding ceremony photography can document moments at your reception. Extra time can be added for getting things like: detail pictures at the reception, photos with the guests, grand entrance, cake cutting, first dance and more dancing.