Friday, February 27, 2009

Brides love canopies


Many brides dream of a that fantasy wedding where she walks down the aisle amongst romantic flora and candlelight...and the joyous sounds of her family and friends, towards her handsome groom waiting amongst a beautiful backdrop of beauty and solitude.
The canopy has been one our our most popular backdrops. Traditionally used for Jewish weddings, and most often called a chuppah, this four sided structure represents the home. The chuppah is typically covered on top, but open on all sides. This is symbol of hospitality evoking Abraham and Sarah's tent, which was also open on all sides so that the couple could invite passersby inside.
We carry so many 'cool' choices ranging from traditional to haute.
Attached are just a few sample but we carry the following choices.
Traditional square top
Round
Apex
Wrought iron
Twiggy
Natural curly willow branches
PVC
Fabric draped
Crystal draped
With swags or no swags
Fully covered or accented with flowers, garland or greenery
And in so many choices of fabric including red, gold, silver, white, ivory. lace, green , blue, brown, rust, burnt orange.
Or Custom -we will build one just for you

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