Church Door Decorations
When it comes to planning the décor arrangements for a wedding the couple has to pay extra attention to each corner and spot of the place. Everything has to be beautified with flowers or other items that fit the formality and theme of your wedding! Starting with the church doorways and ending up with the wedding cake, all wedding items have to be adorned in the colors and items chosen for the general line and theme of the event. The more ornate your wedding is the more inviting, warm and flattering it will be for your guests!
This article is about church door decorations and we are happy to be able to present you a few of our favorite arrangements that you guys can adapt for your own wedding. These arrangements are highly inspiring and they can help any couple plan their own decorations or at least find the style that can suit best for the type of wedding they’re planning.
Some guests are looking for wedding flaws and drawbacks and this is why we suggest you take good care of the decorations. Make sure that all corners are filled with flowers or other details you’re using for the theme. And decorating the church doorways is a clever way to make a good impression. The ceremony will be literally inviting if you decide to adorn the entryways with the flowers and elements of the theme.
The first church arrangement is for couples who are planning a rustic wedding in the countryside. The wheat motif is a timelessly elegant choice for fall and rural affairs. This is also the symbol of fertility and it can fit perfectly a modern yet romantic style wedding. The wheat style can also create a realistic and home-bred atmosphere that your guests will never forget.
This church entryway is fabulously unique decorated with dried bundles in weathered containers. The large manzanita branch chandelier used for the doorway is spectacular. The steps are also decorated with scattered hay and the effect is organic and naturally elegant. The second church arrangement from here is inspired by giant decorative colonial medallions which are placed on the doors through twin wreaths. They add a sophisticated note and a dramatic statement to the entrance. These arrangements also contain palmetto leaves, hypericum berries stephanotises.
The flowers and herbs are secured with pearl-tipped pins. The boxwood balls used for the railings are accented with green roses. They are finished with wide satin ribbons, for a sleek polish look. In the last image we find a strikingly elegant and stylish decoration made of baby’s breath. This is the world’s least expensive type of flower a couple can choose for their wedding.