Last October we built a Woodland Ceremony Arch under our central tree for a Midsummer Night’s Dream photo shoot. The arch was made from fresh willow and over the Winter the leaves have naturally died back. ThisÂ has lead me to start looking at how to rebuild it for Spring. I have sourced the images below for inspiration surrounding the best Woodland Wedding Arches of all shapes and sizes. I was literally spoilt for choice; floral weddings arches are a really big topic of blogging and pinning. Not all the images I have enclosed are of Woodland Ceremony Arches, however I think they would all work in our setting. They all have the wow factor!
I aim to create a structure that can be dressed entirely differently for each individual wedding. Thus promoting the individualism that is so important to our woodland brides. I love the asymmetrical arches included in this selection. I also think the Woodland Wedding Arches made of rustic knobbly branches would work very well as a backdrop for our boho brides. My favourite has to be the one with flower and leaf chains hanging from a central high bow. I think next time I do a styled shoot I will dress a Woodland Ceremony Arch with this element included. Perhaps it could be strewn with feathers of dream catchers for a really bohemian look. With an open day looming on the 16th April I hope to find the time to create inspiring features within the woodland. So much time is taken up with the practicalities of putting on an outdoor event that I don’t always get the time to exercise my creativity.
As the seasons move on and the weddings at Lila’s Wood mount I hope to be able to follow on from this blog post. Perhaps I will be able to expand upon it with images of the Woodland Wedding Arch dressed in seasonal colours and textures like the one below. For more Woodland Ceremony Arch inspiration visit these pages for inspiration: