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Ceremony Backdrop Inspiration

Today we are going to dive into the beautiful weddings that have taken place at McAlister-Leftwich House! From elaborate to simple, they are all elegant. Let’s take a look at different floral installs from different seasons, styles, and an array of talented florist!

First, let’s look at Katherine and Brian’s fall wedding! The florals were designed by Ever Be Floral. Designed for their outdoor ceremony in the side lawn, Katherine & Brian’s floral instal is the perfect mix of greenery and fall colors. The asymmetrical shape framed them perfectly!

Another fall floral inspiration, but this time it’s in Gant! Gant is our large indoor space that can hold ceremonies and receptions! We love Gant because it has so much natural light from the 3 bay windows, this incredible fireplace, and a beautiful staircase that descends from the Bridal Suite. These florals are from Flora. She took Kevin and Corrie’s dream of a fall wedding and ran with it. I mean, these roses in this installation? Gorgeous! The warmth that these florals brought to their ceremony was just perfect!

Melrose and Ryan’s outdoor ceremony in front of Leftwich was so romantic! Ever Be used a beautiful combination of roses and greenery to create a magical backdrop for the ceremony. Then, having the magic flow down the aisle so naturally made the ceremony that much more beautiful. It was definitely a floral instal to remember!

Finally, let’s take a look at Emily and Caleb’s beautiful indoor ceremony in Dixon. Dixon is one of our indoor ceremony options. This room can hold up to 40 people for an intimate ceremony. Everyone loves Dixon for many reasons, but one is this beautiful bay window! Flora framed both the window and Emily & Caleb perfectly! This floral arch is so romantic for this summer brunch wedding!

What do you think? What is your favorite ceremony backdrop? If you want to see more inspiration, head over to our Instagram to see more beautiful ceremony backdrop inspiration!

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