According to this article in The New York Times from December 16th (where you’ll see one of my birch chuppahs on page 2!) wedding arbors and chuppahs are increasingly popular no matter what your faith. While a wedding canopy with floral details is a must-have for a Jewish ceremony, a flower-covered arbor is a beautiful addition to any wedding.
The father of the bride’s talus was used as the canopy for this purple and white chuppah.
This chuppah for a fall wedding at The Round Barn was covered in orchids and callas.
The bride’s grandmother’s lace tablecloth adorns the top of this chuppah for a summer ceremony.
The ceremony under this citrus colored arbor took place in a field of blueberries.
There are so many ways to make your ceremony special and a floral chuppah or arbor can make a truly beautiful setting!