There may not be a special day other than when two souls are united in marriage. It is a civil and public expression of the intention to live a life together. Since it’s a day that participants only want to reach once, proper planning is high on everyone’s priority list. A beautiful wedding arbor under which the ceremony can be held is an important part of the package.
White vinyl wedding arbor
There is nothing like a pretty arbor to create the backdrop for a wedding ceremony. However, it doesn’t have to be expensive. A simple white vinyl arbor can provide a beautiful shape to place flowers, a net, or any other beautiful or meaningful ornament on it. Better still, when you place this graceful arbor in your garden, it works for both living and artificial plants.
Wood eventually rots, iron rusts and can damage plants. But vinyl is a neutral substance that withstands the weather well and lasts season after season. You can easily use this pretty arbor for your wedding ceremony and then have it as a lovely daily memento of your special day.
Large vinyl sheet
A large sheet of vinyl provides even more opportunities to train vines or flowers over them. With almost oriental details on the roof support and tightly “woven” side parts, this arbor offers a lot of support for your heavier, woodier flowers such as roses or trumpet vines. It also gives you the opportunity to enjoy some of the more invasive flower vines and still contain them. Some ornamental vine species are difficult to work with and if allowed to enter them can damage trees.
This arch can be placed far from areas of trees, but provides shade or a nice area for a bench. It also works well as a wedding arbor or as an entrance to your garden. Its width makes it easy to place over a path or at a gateway. If it is to be part of a wedding exhibition, it provides excellent support for floral decorations.
Graceful Steel Gothic Arch
This graceful Gothic steel arch is the perfect place to train moon vines or cardinal climbers. Because it is made of steel, although slim, it can withstand the weight of woody climbing roses as well as the lighter annual flower vines. As a wedding arch, it’s perfect. Its delicate, almost ethereal shape is perfect for draping light fabric or flower garlands. It can have an old world feel of rich tradition and general elegance. It can also create a beautiful corner of the garden, a gate to a garden area, or the entrance for a procession.
No matter what decorative purpose you have for this decorative bow, it is strong and weatherproof and allows years of enjoyment. The powder coating over steel allows it to withstand rain and other moisture. Although steel and iron are sensitive to moisture, the painted alloy is far more resistant than iron.
Pergola Style Wedding Arbor
Simplicity is sometimes exactly what is wanted. This pergola arbor is made from 100% vinyl for excellent weather resistance. The vinyl structure mimics the style that could develop from using simple pieces of wood, but it is unlikely to have the same problems as a lattice that wood could have. Even if wood is treated and painted, it can deteriorate in damp conditions. With this arbor you can enjoy all the beauty of wood without trying to preserve it. As a wedding arbor, it can be staked out almost anywhere and decorated with offers of flowers, lots of green or fabric swaths of your choice. The neutral style allows you to develop your choice of stylish decorations without anticipating a conflict between the style of the arbor and the style of the expected ceremony. If it is not used as a wedding arbor, the pergola can be in your garden.
Cedar Garden or Wedding Arbor
When it comes to outdoor applications, cedar is an excellent choice. The red and white striped wood is naturally weatherproof. While it gets a soft gray on its own, you can get its warm color by applying a clear, weather-resistant finish. It is a strong wood and friendly to most plants. It doesn’t require any additional treatment to make it resilient. As a wedding trellis, it’s a beautiful wood with its own scent that can easily add a background flavor to incense or scented candles that you may have chosen.
The beautiful arch is an ideal place for exercising or placing rose sprays. With a lot of support from the cross braces, you can easily add clouds of tulle, streamers or bow ties as part of the festive decoration. It is difficult to imagine a naturally more beautiful arbor for every occasion.
Nantucket style gazebo
Again, vinyl is used to create a beautiful gazebo. The kit for this arbor comes disassembled, but includes full assembly instructions. It is intended for permanent installation and is perfect for the cottage garden for a couple building housekeeping together. It comes with two options for the support posts, original and with an extension. Absolutely perfect for a garden entrance, where better to plan a wedding ceremony? The entrance is also a nice place to train about seasonal flowers and to beautify your garden in general. It’s easy to assemble and will likely last a long time.
Of course, weatherproof, and also low-maintenance – simply rinse with a garden hose. It is designed to be enjoyed for many years without requiring a lot of time and attention. By adding different annual wine flowers, you can change the look from year to year.
Modern wedding arbor
For weddings, this modern arbor is just amazing. You can install one or more of the hoop-shaped mandrel shapes. They can be disassembled into two parts for easy portability, so you can put a wedding arch almost anywhere. However, they can also be screwed to paths or terrace paving to ensure a more permanent installation. Several of them in a row can achieve a remarkable effect. Exercise flowers, fruits, or even vegetables over these grids for a remarkably beautiful effect.
Practical aside, it would be very easy to pick green beans trained via these shapes. Inspired by tire houses and moon gates, these simple shapes can create a remarkable garden object with a wide variety of uses. This is another arbor that could be installed on the happy couple.
Wooden pagoda wedding arbor
This wooden pagoda-style wedding arbor was specially designed for your special day and is perfect for flowers, green spaces or loops made of wafer-thin fabric. Made from western cedar, it’s gorgeous on its own with that gorgeous cedar aroma. Cedar is naturally weatherproof and softens if left out without shellac or varnish for protection. However, a clean finish will lighten and retain its natural reddish tone and keep it beautiful for many years. For large families, this could mean that the perfect wedding arbor is ready for several generations. Some assembly is required. All hardware parts are made of stainless steel to avoid rust streaks. We are sure that you will enjoy the beauty and durability of this arbor, whether for a valued use or for years to come.
Super simple arbor
Two simple posts and a sturdy top make this arbor easy to assemble and exceptionally versatile. In addition to decorating it for a wedding arbor, you can use it as a grid for a sprawling rose, as a mount for a weather station, as a bird feeding station, or even as a place to hang a selection of wind chimes. The ideas are endless, as is the grace and charge of this vinyl arbor. Maintenance is super easy: just spray it off with a garden hose. It is extremely weather-resistant and can be used as an entrance area or as a grid, garden decoration or as a frame for a memorial bench. Its nondescript appearance subtly adds to the beauty of your outdoor space without people even realizing how much it adds to your garden.
Shinto Torii style wooden gazebo
This arbor is not the variety that should be used to hold up rose bushes or have ivy climb all over them. This is a gate, a place that means a change from one state of being to another. As such, it would make a lovely wedding arbor, especially if the arbor frames a beautiful, well-developed water garden. The Japanese are known for their sophisticated designs and their way of turning all parts of their lives into art. This beautiful gazebo is no exception.
Things to Think About When Choosing a Wedding Arbor
A wedding arbor is not as important to most ceremonies as the ring, cake, happy couple, or an official with the necessary credentials to tie the knot and make it legal. However, for some cultures it is an important part of the ceremony and for all cultures it is an opportunity to make the place where the vows are taken special. With this in mind, there are a few things to consider when planning a wedding arbor. If the wedding is indoors, the arbor needs to be small enough to fit in the room but big enough for the officer and couple to stand below. Precautions must be taken to hold it upright if it is not stable while standing.
If it’s outdoors, it needs to be firmly anchored. In addition, it should also be checked whether the installation is temporary or permanent. If it’s meant to be permanent, it could be part of the couple’s home or a gift for a local park or other popular outdoor space. Budget is also a consideration. Searching for an already installed arbor, e.g. A location in a family member’s garden or in a local park might be a good idea for an event with budget problems. But for those who want to keep their arbor as part of their home, there are plenty of choices.
For a temporary installation, consider one of the wider spines as these have a better chance of getting up with minimal support. You can always hide utensils like sandbags and stakes under fake grass mats or mounds with flower decorations. For a temporary arbor, the ability to break it down into components that can be saved for future use by others is more important than weather resistance.
A permanent installation could be part of the couple’s home or part of the garden of a wedding chapel. If the arbor is planned to be permanently displayed outdoors, weather resistance and the type of plants on or around it become an important part of the planning. Vinyl mandrels are easy to wear, require little maintenance and are often easy on the budget. Metal spikes tend to be stronger. Powder-coated stainless steel is a good choice for a heavy-duty arbor. If you prefer the look and feel of natural wood, cedar and redwood are always good choices for outdoors.
Both can be given a clear finish to keep the beautiful natural color, or they can be weathered to a natural gray. When not used as a wedding arbor, thorns can bear roses or other flower vines. If the arbor can be reused for other weddings, white or red hiking roses are good choices for flowers. But also clematis, cardinal climbers and moon flowers are lovely.