Seems like almost every wedding is requesting some type of ceiling decor. It can help set the tone of your wedding, from the drama of a floral chandelier or the softening of a space with greenery vines, these types of installation add big impact to your event. Whether it’s a chandelier draped in greens or a full on floral ring over the dance floor, here are a few of my favorites from the past few years:
This floral chandelier featured hundreds of antiqued Hydrangea with a base of Hops and Eucalyptus. It was a dramatic centerpiece for over the dance floor. See more of this wedding here
The Winvian Farm has gorgeous wrought iron chandeliers hanging in their Gordon Brown House, here are a few ways we have decorated these in the past:
Greenery and Ivory Spray Roses for a romantic feel, see more of this wedding here.
Simple Greens to soften the dark wood interior, see more of this wedding here.
To add a romantic touch to this yacht club reception, we added some greenery vines and lush blush peonies to these beautiful iron orb light fixtures from Social Decor. See more of this wedding here.
Add a little more green to these chandeliers by Social Decor to bring the outdoors in to this clear top tent, see more of this wedding here.
These greenery and floral chandeliers, chandeliers by Ryan Designs helped to add more color into this sailcloth tent with Coral Charm Peonies, Peach Garden Roses, and Ivory Spray Roses. See more of this wedding here.
This Belle Haven Club wedding featured a gorgeous wooden trellis by Social Decor over the dance floor that we covered with greens and flanked with trees. See more of this wedding here.
This Lace Factory wedding ceremony featuring dripping vines and hanging candles doubled as a romantic setting for the sweetheart table.
A greenery ceiling mixed with clear glass light fixtures by Social Decor created a dreamy ceiling over the head table, perfect for a summer night. See more of this wedding here.
Lots of Greenery vines with romantic Hydrangea and Roses were the perfect centerpiece to this classic white tent. Hanging candles added sparkle when the sun went down.
This dark wood beach club in Chatham Massachusetts needed a little green to soften the interior. We draped vines on their chandeliers for a simple natural touch. See more of this wedding here.
Looking forward to lots more creative ceiling installations this 2020 season!!