Seating Lounges are an important part of a wedding decor! How styling the canopy decor in a beautiful manner?
When it comes to your big day, there is no facet of the event that can be left to chance. We know that you would like to select each and every aspect of it carefully after much deliberation. Seating areas and lounges form an important part of the wedding venue and add to the overall charm of the place. Gone or the days were seating was just chairs and table, there are so many more innovative ways to do it now. Having a canopy style seating or lounge area gives you many creative options and here we have collated the top ideas in one place, so that you can look through them and make the best choice, maybe even mix and match the ideas.
With yellow canopies, it looks like you have bursts of sunshine shining around. Use shades of yellow to add warmth and happiness to the wedding venue.
Give the decor a fun twist with these boho-chic themes
You can either have multiple canopies in different colours, colours of a single palette if you have a colour theme for the wedding. You can also have multiple mixing colours in a single huge canopy also.
If your wedding is on a beach or any other water-facing location, then this theme will go along with it.
Bring in pastel shades to give the venue a muted yet dainty look.
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Decorate the canopies with some dream catchers so that all your dreams and wishes for your new life come true. Here, you can also see the subtle pairing between the dream catchers and the bride’s earrings.
Lounge style seating is a new and upcoming trend in weddings. This usually goes well with Mehendi and Haldi functions, where guests can mill around and converse.
If you are having a night-time wedding, then you can string around lights along the poles or have it hanging from the centre. If it is a grand affair, you can also have hanging chandeliers.
A one-sided canopy also serves as a good backdrop for the million pictures you are going to take.
Multiple individual canopies have multiple purposes such as acting as Mehendi stalls or as dining areas.
If you are someone who wants to exhibit elegance in every aspect of the wedding then this is the way to go.
Give the guests a wholly immersive experience by using ferns and foliage as a part of the canopy.
Canopies can be matched to your wedding them very easily, be it subtle ones or off-beat ones. Seen below is an Egyptian themed canopy.
If you are looking for a way to shake things a bit, then these funky circular companies may interest you.
Canopies give you a lot of space to play around with lighting and this is just one example.
Play along with colours, banners and streamers to give the setting a fairground feel
If you like to play with patterns then this one is for you.
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Umbrellas are being increasingly used as an important instrument of ornamentation in multiple places.
A monochrome design in royal hues such as purple and pink make for a royal affair.
Canopied swing sets both for photos and some fun.
If you have a beach near you, then a bare minimum is enough to give the required effects
Aisles can be canopied in multiple ways and can be used to make a grand entrance.
Go all white, this one especially suits a white wedding.
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Bring the outside in with this elegant yet classy theme of greens.
Blush pink to give it an imperial look.
You can use hanging decor on an otherwise plain canopy. Flowers, lights or even chandeliers can be used here.
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This is the one for you if it is a fairy tale themed affair.
It is not only the canopy that matters but also how you set it up inside. With a wide, airy off-white canopy the retro theme is already half done.
This style makes the area look both spacious, airy and kaleidoscopic.
Having canopied dinner places is a trend which is in vogue right now. You may want to pin this one and use it for your rehearsal dinner.
Swirl in your lehengas under a sky of brightly coloured tassels on your big day.
Simple yet artistic styles for the no-fuss bride.
The right way to mix up the tradition with a tinge of the modern.
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