A longer view of the chuppah from Affair with Flair. White muslin drops give the appearance of a backdrop in the cavernous space. Photo by Eric Stephenson Photography.
A family heirloom canopy floats within the chuppah from Affair with Flair. Photo by Eric Stephenson Photography.
A close-up of the canopy from Affair with Flair. Photo by Eric Stepheson Photography.
From Frank Andonoplas, MBC, a chuppah made of crystals, complete with a chandelier beneath it.
A longer view of the crystal chuppah from Frank Andonoplas.
Another chuppah from Frank Andonoplas; the mother of the groom quilted this canopy.
A closer view of the quilted canopy.
An elegant detail from A Stunning Affair. Floral by Jackie Combs Floral Design; photo by Steve D Photography.
Detail + Design creates a chuppah featuring ferns, succulents, mosses and other flowering plants suspended over a centerpiece of ivory roses. A round Oriental rug adds a homey accent. Photo by Hether Miles Photography.
A closer view of the chuppah from Detail + Design. Photo by Hether Miles Photography.
A closer view of the EventScapes chuppah. Photo by Vosamo Photography.
White phalaenopsis orchids, white callas and white hydrangea accent this 8-by-8-foot chuppah from EventScapes. Photo by Ric Mershon Photography.
A tailored chuppah from EventScapes.
An elegant mix of structure and floral from Janet Flowers. Photo by Freed Photograhy.
Lighting plays across a dramatic chuppah from Janet Flowers.
A rustic chupph from Janet Flowers suits the outdoor setting.
A perfect counterpoint to the dramatic venue--the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel--Lynn Fletcher Weddings creates a chuppah using a raw frame of birch trunks and willow twigs accented with cymbidium orchids. Photo by Alan Maudie Photography.
A closer view of the chuppah from Lynn Fletcher. Photo by Alan Maudie.
The chuppah from Faye Gardenswartz and Newberry Brothers is crowned with white phalaenopsis orchids, white dendrobium orchids and a variety of pink roses. Photo by Studio JK Photography.
The dilemma: The bridal couple wanted to have a family chuppah carried in, but did not want guests to see a blank space beforehand. The solution: Party Designs by Carol created this unique double-chuppah structure. Floral by McCann Florist; photo by A Bride to Be Photography.
From David Beahm, a floating halo of birch branches adorned with touches of white seasonal flowers (hydrangea, roses and poinsettia blossoms), accented with dripping strands of crystals and hanging LED flicker votive candles--fire safety first! Photo by JWP Photography.
A lush, unstructured chuppah from Party Designs by Carol frames the view of the golf course at this country club. Floral by Secret Garden; photo by David Michael Photography.
A aisle detail from VP Events.
No wonder VP Events calls this wedding "Pink Bling"; note the rosy chuppah at the end of the aisle.
A detail from VP Events' "Pink Bling" wedding.
Weddings Unique tops a simple steel frame with a profusion of flowers. Photo by Damon Tucci.
For this candlelit wedding in a tent, Weddings Unique created this simple structure accented with a single row of flowers and fabric gathered to a peak at the top. Photo by Damon Tucci.
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David Beahm pairs two 10-foot-tall wrought iron arches, which are thatched in seasonal white blooming cherry branches, the footprints of each nestled in mounds of loose white rose petals. Photo by Brian Dorsey Studios.