Affair with Flair creates a stunning 18-by-18-by-10-foot domed chuppah. Photo by Eric Stephenson Photography.
A longer view of the chuppah from Affair with Flair. White muslin drops give the appearance of a backdrop in the cavernous space. Photo by Eric Stephenson Photography.
A family heirloom canopy floats within the chuppah from Affair with Flair. Photo by Eric Stephenson Photography.
A close-up of the canopy from Affair with Flair. Photo by Eric Stepheson Photography.
From Frank Andonoplas, MBC, a chuppah made of crystals, complete with a chandelier beneath it.
A longer view of the crystal chuppah from Frank Andonoplas.
Another chuppah from Frank Andonoplas; the mother of the groom quilted this canopy.
A closer view of the quilted canopy.
A floral-covered chuppah from A Stunning Affair. Floral by Peony & Plum; photo by Halberg Photographers.
A simple chuppah from A Stunning Affair. Floral by Jackie Combs Floral Design; photo by Heather Elise Photography.
An elegant detail from A Stunning Affair. Floral by Jackie Combs Floral Design; photo by Steve D Photography.
Detail + Design creates a chuppah featuring ferns, succulents, mosses and other flowering plants suspended over a centerpiece of ivory roses. A round Oriental rug adds a homey accent. Photo by Hether Miles Photography.
A closer view of the chuppah from Detail + Design. Photo by Hether Miles Photography.
A sunny chuppah from The Wedding Connection by Tobey Dodge. Floral by My Flower Guy.
This dramatic chuppah from EventScapes/A Division of CCP Events features clear, lucite legs accented with white callas and hydrangea. Candles, glass baubles and white hydrangea dangled from the grid at the top of the chuppah. Photo by Vosamo Photography.
A closer view of the EventScapes chuppah. Photo by Vosamo Photography.
White phalaenopsis orchids, white callas and white hydrangea accent this 8-by-8-foot chuppah from EventScapes. Photo by Ric Mershon Photography.
A tailored chuppah from EventScapes.
A sunny floral chuppah from Janet Flowers Wedding and Event Design. Photo by Freed Photography.
An elegant mix of structure and floral from Janet Flowers. Photo by Freed Photograhy.
Lighting plays across a dramatic chuppah from Janet Flowers.
A rustic chupph from Janet Flowers suits the outdoor setting.
A perfect counterpoint to the dramatic venue--the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel--Lynn Fletcher Weddings creates a chuppah using a raw frame of birch trunks and willow twigs accented with cymbidium orchids. Photo by Alan Maudie Photography.
A closer view of the chuppah from Lynn Fletcher. Photo by Alan Maudie.
The team of Faye Gardenswartz and Newberry Brothers Greenhouse and Florist create a dramatic chuapph in a hotel ballroom using plenty of sheer draping uplit with pink and rose hues. Photo by Studio JK Photography.
The chuppah from Faye Gardenswartz and Newberry Brothers is crowned with white phalaenopsis orchids, white dendrobium orchids and a variety of pink roses. Photo by Studio JK Photography.
An understated chuppah from A Newport Affaire. Photo by Farley Foto.
Party Designs by Carol keeps the rustic setting of the ranch venue in mind with this charming, faintly lopsided chuppah. Floral by Jonathan Ryan; photo by Jay Lawrence Goldman.
Party Designs by Carol creates an oversize chuppah to suit the sweeping vista at this seaside resort. Floral by Mark's Garden; photo by David Michael Photography.
The dilemma: The bridal couple wanted to have a family chuppah carried in, but did not want guests to see a blank space beforehand. The solution: Party Designs by Carol created this unique double-chuppah structure. Floral by McCann Florist; photo by A Bride to Be Photography.
From David Beahm, a floating halo of birch branches adorned with touches of white seasonal flowers (hydrangea, roses and poinsettia blossoms), accented with dripping strands of crystals and hanging LED flicker votive candles--fire safety first! Photo by JWP Photography.
A lush, unstructured chuppah from Party Designs by Carol frames the view of the golf course at this country club. Floral by Secret Garden; photo by David Michael Photography.
A simple chuppah is perfect for sunny beach weddings created by Sugar Beach Weddings.
A stunning chuppah from VP Events.
A aisle detail from VP Events.
No wonder VP Events calls this wedding "Pink Bling"; note the rosy chuppah at the end of the aisle.
A detail from VP Events' "Pink Bling" wedding.
Weddings Unique attaches the chuppah to four white birch branches accented with hanging balls of roses. Photo by Damon Tucci Photography.
Weddings Unique tops a simple steel frame with a profusion of flowers. Photo by Damon Tucci.
For this candlelit wedding in a tent, Weddings Unique created this simple structure accented with a single row of flowers and fabric gathered to a peak at the top. Photo by Damon Tucci. For more beautiful Photo Galleries, just click here.
David Beahm pairs two 10-foot-tall wrought iron arches, which are thatched in seasonal white blooming cherry branches, the footprints of each nestled in mounds of loose white rose petals. Photo by Brian Dorsey Studios.