Congratulations! You are about to have one of the most important ceremonies in one’s life- your wedding! Whether you want to go for a classic, modern, or minimalist look, there are specific areas that cannot go without some stunning decorations. When done right they will make your wedding memorable in every sense of the word. These areas are; the aisle, the arch, and the ceremony signage. They really stand out, making them some highly important decoration areas. Here is a detailed look at the three.

The aisle

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Simply put, that this is just the beauty of your entire venue, it cannot have mediocre decor. It is right to say that it is the action ground. As a bride, you need to feel like a princess when you walk down the aisle while all eyes are on you.

From flowers, balloons, lanterns, candles, fury lights, plants, name it, there are a million and one ways to make this place look heavenly.

The wedding aisle is at the heart of your day.

It’s where you’ll walk towards the person you love most in the world; it’s where you’ll take your first walk together as newlyweds. And yet it’s easy to overlook the wedding aisle when it comes to décor. We say, take some time to make this special space as beautiful as it can be.

You don’t have to bust the wedding budget to do so – sometimes all you need are a few finishing touches, such as a runner and lanterns. Of course, if you want to go all-out with some amazing flowers, we’re totally on board with that, too! Read more from Hitched

For some good wedding pictures, that a couple would be thankful for later, this is one place not to leave bare.

The arch

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It has the power to bring life and beauty to a wedding venue. Also, it is simply one of the few things guests notice instantly. Thus, it cannot be shoddy. Some unique pieces for the arch can be; flowers, tulle, or other preferred fabrics, some palms or balloons. The choices are endless.

Imagine standing next to your partner on your wedding day, promising to spend forever together. Pretty great, right? Now imagine doing that beneath a lush array of your favorite flowers. That’s even better. Take your ceremony to new heights and frame the moment you become husband and wife with a wedding arch that reflects the mood of your special day. Though different types of wedding arches have both cultural and religious significance (representing protection, divine presence, and the home, to name a few), modern couples embrace the curve for aesthetic and décor purposes, too. We’re sharing some of our favorite wedding arches that will help round out your big day. Read more from Martha Stewart

The beauty of an arch is that it can serve different purposes such as a backdrop, an entryway to the venue, or a beautiful ending to the aisle.

Ceremony signage

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Do you want to pass a special message to your partner, or give instructions to guests such as where to sit? The wedding ceremony signage is what you need. A simple idea, you can use your welcome sign to give a feel of what the wedding will be like.

To make them stand out, they can be decorated with flowers, fairy lights, or even balloons.

When you’re putting together the details of your big day, don’t forget the first piece of decor your guests will see: the wedding welcome sign. Fortunately, there are many to choose from. Couples looking for an easy and inexpensive DIY project will love the classic look of monogrammed chalkboard easels. If you’re throwing a seaside bash, go for calligraphed pieces of driftwood. You can also adorn a sign with colorful, blooming florals for a festive summer wedding or hang eucalyptus garlands for a bohemian affair. For a modern twist, opt for sleek graphics and cool typography. Read more from Brides

They can as well as serve as a direction to guests and can set the mood for a wedding.

At New York Bride and Groom of Syracuse, we are dedicated to making your wedding a lifetime memory. Do visit our salon with or without an appointment and let us do what we know best.