The chuppah in its simplest form is a canopy attached to four poles but there are literally endless variations. Try and incorporate ideas that reflect you as a couple into your chuppah, whether it’s having four close friends holding the poles (and these friends don’t have to be Jewish!), or using your favourite flowers, or colour combinations; or simply creating something extraordinary that you love the look of.
The chuppah symbolises the home you and your partner will build together during your marriage, but as well as using the chuppah to celebrate your spirituality, let your personality shine through too!
Oh… and for the perfect accessory under the chuppah you’ll want one of our own-brand smash glass pouches (below!).
Enjoy the chuppah inspo and comment below and tell us which one’s your favorite!
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Just two words: Wisteria. Chuppah. Just look at it! Have you ever seen anything more lovely than those simple strands of purple and white perfection swinging gently in the breeze? We’re pretty sure you haven’t. From Sophie and Andrew‘s wedding.
How cool does it look this suspended chuppah? Assymmetrical greenery and white flowers descending from each of the four corners – an idea to steal from Jillian and Steven‘s wedding!
Purple and orange can go together? Yes! For all vibrant and bold colours lovers <3 , as seen in Julia and Brian‘s wedding.
The sweetest birch chuppah ever! A touch of floral décor draped over the top and the bride’s mother’s wedding veil as the canopy (aww!) – this is a great example of how you can pull off a beautiful floral chuppah while keeping things subtle! Thank you, Tema and Brad!
Brett and Dakota‘s jaw-dropping floral chuppah is just the dreamiest, lush and romantic as can be!
Look for a minimalistic, modern chuppah? Don’t look any further! An idea to steal from Jeanette and Chris‘ super-stylish wedding.
If we could be a chuppah, this is what we’d be. A floral masterpiece taken from Shier and Xander’s enchanted garden-themed wedding with airplane, classic cars, and a carousel (yes, you’ve read it right!)
Just when we think we’ve seen it all when it comes to floral chuppah design, we’re proven wrong. Just look at this floral chuppah of dreams. Jaw-on-the-floor WOW! As seen in Natasha and Charles‘ wedding.
A timeless and elegant chuppah, with peach and ivory flowers and a hint of gold rose. Love how it stand out in the dark! As seen in Claire and Mark‘s wedding.
Do you see that canopy? #chuppahgoals or what?! Idea to steal from Dani and Codey‘s colorful and edgy wedding.
A lovely DIY chuppah, made with folded umbrellas to use as poles, draped in tulle and lace – including a square from the bride’s dress! Hayley and Ashley: you’re two genius!
Lush greenery for a fresh and pretty (and not too formal) look, as Katie and Aaron went for at their amazing wedding in Santorini! Just WOW!
A grapevine chuppah? A grapevine chuppah?!! Yes, you read it right! Adam and Lowell‘s got married in a winery, surrounded (of course) by rolling hills and vineyards. A one-way ticket to California, please!
A white and green floral tones for an asymmetrical chuppah – we ADORE Hayley and Emmanuel‘s wedding because it’s full of creative idea!
A DIY handheld chuppah full of colours (we looove that!) for Dana and Alex‘s laid-back wedding bruch wedding in Miami!
Pastel colour lovers, we have the right chuppah for you. Blush and yellow pale flowers for a modern yet romantic chuppah, as seen in Katy and Max‘s wedding in Miami.
Getting all your guests to help decorate the chuppah with flowers? That’s what Tash and Ian‘s did. Clever idea and beautiful result!
So in love with this white and green floral chuppah – like an open window to a beautiful landscape. As seen in Danielle and Alex‘s super cool wedding.
Natasha and Adam‘s chuppah is the right balance between luxe and simple: four narrow poles covered in greenery and white and cream flowers, all under a canopy of delicate lace. So elegant, yet exquisitely delicate at the same time.
Karina and Garrett‘s chuppah was an homage to Oaxacan embroidery and Frida Kahlo paintings. They wanted a lush, dark background with bright flowers to bring pops of color. For all Mexico lovers!
An orchid chuppah for a romantic and elegant look but simple and fresh at the same time. Truly a sight to behold and an idea to steal from