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5 Pretty Wedding Chuppah Ideas

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Wedding Chuppah Ideas

These are more than just your average ceremony covering

Whether it’s made from a tallit, flowers, or a combination of the two, a wedding chuppah will be the focal point of any Jewish ceremony. While it may seem lovely to have members of your bridal party hold your wedding chuppah above your heads, it may be quite painful for them depending on how long your ceremony is. Here are a variety of gorgeous wedding chuppah ideas that range from the traditional to modern, to lush florals and even laser-cut paper.

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GARDEN PARTY

Go all out with florals and design a wedding chuppah that can literally bring the outdoors in. These lush cherry blossoms, anchored by roses and hydrangeas, makes a beautiful statement and focal point. Planning by Judy Paulen Designs Inc. Photo by Hechler Photographers

NOT YOUR MORNING PAPER

Creativity abounds in this paper-made wedding chuppah. Notice how the patterns and cut outs make this wedding chuppah look like lace? A modern take on an age-old tradition. Chuppah from Chuppah Studio. Photo by Aaron Almendral Photography

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FABRIC + FLOWERS

No one says your wedding chuppah has to be made of one material. Combining a fabric with flowers can make for the perfect combination of tasteful, attractive and appropriate. With the beach as a backdrop the subtly of this chuppah is certainly alluring. Floral by Jerusalem Florist. Photo by Ron Soliman Photojournalism

STICKING WITH TRADITION

Sometimes the most simple of structures is the prettiest. A traditional tallit (this one was created for a wedding but one can use an heirloom tallit from the bride or groom’s family) can be held up by branches representing the couple’s home. Plus, it makes for memorable ceremony photos. Chuppah by Jeanette Kuvin Oren. Photo by Hales Studio

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MAKE IT MODERN

In keeping with the tradition of a wedding chuppah, this couple, their parents and rabbi are covered by a highly modernized design with clear columns encasing the cylinders that hang from strings. Adorned with white flowers throughout, this wedding chuppah is contemporary chic at its finest. Floral by Ovando. Photo by Brian Dorsey Studios

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