In The Details: Setting the Backdop

>> Monday, March 19, 2012

Happy Monday everyone.  How was your weekend?  Did you do anything special to celebrate St. Patrick's Day?  I hope whatever you did this weekend it was wonderful.  I often spend my weekends thinking about the coming weeks blog post and have had this weeks In The Details post in my head for some time.  After seeing this beautiful photo of this amazing ceremony backdrop from a wedding featured on Style Me Pretty a few weeks ago, it got me thinking about ceremony backdrops.



It's so often that decorations at the ceremony are often subtle or at times non-existent and that of course could be due to the rules of the ceremony site, but what if you could go all out? 


What if you could get completely creative and set the scene for your ceremony and what better way than with a backdrop that ties in your theme, but also gives your guest another element of decorated delight to enjoy while waiting for the ceremony to begin.





If you're thinking a ceremony backdrop may be something you would like to do for your wedding, well here's a little inspiration.








Whether you keep it simple or go all out another great way to showcase your theme and insert a bit of personality at the ceremony is with a creative backdrop.

{photos 4-9 Martha Stewart Weddings }

4 comments:

SILVIA March 19, 2012 at 1:23 PM  

Wow, love the last picture. It's a bit over the top but it's one way to make a statement thats for sure.

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Sam [The Peak of Tres Chic] March 19, 2012 at 3:40 PM  

Loving these wedding ideas! Especially the initials made out of shrubbery. Too cool!


XO,

Sam
www.ThePeakofTresChic.com

Laura Dro Designs March 19, 2012 at 10:44 PM  

The first pictures and the beautiful font...takes my breath away! Also, love the log candles! so happy to of found your blog:)

Best,
Laura

People St.Clair March 20, 2012 at 8:23 AM  

Hi Silvia,
The last photo is definitely over the top but I love it it's such a creative way to display a monogram.

Hi Sam,
I'm glad you like the inspiration and yes the initials made out of shrubbery is by far the best one :)

Hi Laura,
I'm glad you discovered my blog too. The first one is perfection. I believe it was created by Dana Tanamachi whose work is simply gorgeous.

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