From Boho To Modern, These Geometric Ceremony Designs Are Amazingly Unique
Ceremony arches are taking on a new shape with creative-minded wedding planners, floral designers and rental companies, including Intertwined Events, Party Pleasers Event Rental Co., Rockrose Floral Design and Aly Ann Events. These freethinkers are rewriting the rules for the modern couple with geometric creations that range from bohemian to contemporary.
Handmade French paper flowers adorn the lush oval arch while long strands of silk ribbons create movement and texture above beautiful organic plantings. (Florist: Coco Rose, Paper Flowers: Fanciful Design Co., Photography: Anna Delores Photography, Wedding Planner: Wedding Kate, Venue: San Ysidro Ranch)
Inspired by the art installations featured in the San Diego Museum of Art’s garden, this hexagon structure brings avant-garde flair to the traditional space. Waterfall-like florals and potted arrangements convey romance. (Florist: Studio Fleurish, Photography: Garrett Richardson Photography, Rentals: Enticing Tables, Studio Fleurish, Wedding Planner: Aly Ann Events, Venue: Omni La Costa Resort and Spa)
A juxtaposition of hard lines and angles are balanced by a soft, organic, English garden feeling for the nuptials of Anna Linduska and Dave Cook. (Arch: Lazy Creative Designs, Florist: Rockrose Floral Design, Photography: Michelle Beller Photography, Wedding Planner: Wedding Kate, Venue: Brookview Ranch)
A custom backdrop of wooden triangles and macramé enhances the ocean views and warm sunset at Britt and Brad Appleby’s wedding. Minimal pastel blooms give a whimsical touch. (Florist: Floral Occasions, Photography: BrittRene Photography, Wedding Planner: Intertwined Events, Venue: Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens)
A modern grid wall adorned with bright bflowers makes a striking ceremony backdrop and is equally beautiful as a bar back or escort card display. (Florist: Unique Floral Designs, Photography: Lucas Rossi, Rentals: Party Pleasers, Venue: Camarillo Ranch)