Our Fab Find this week, Ceremony Design Company, creates design set-ups for stylish brides looking to create their “I do” setting on a budget. In 2012, Renee Armour began working on a “budget-friendly” wedding ceremony solution for stylish brides. Based in Florida, Ceremony Design Company was her creation, and she launched seven design concepts with three tiers in each concept. Renee searched for the best quality products she could find and you’ll see all these specials touches in her designs, from the custom made brooch bouquets right down to the bright yellow and white chevron aisle runner in the Sienna, her one-of-a-kind surfboard set-up. Take a look at all of her unique packages.
The Genevieve ceremony set-up features three French door frames, 1880, with original iron scrollwork at the top paired with white-washed wedding benches. Each bench is eight feet long, and seats about 5-6 people. The aisle entrance is marked with two oversized rustic iron lanterns, each containing Park Hill Collections ivory paraffin candles. The Genevieve is for a bride and groom who like a rustic, old aesthetic, yet something versatile enough to use on the beach, a country meadow, etc.
The Lauren ceremony set-up features two green and white striped cabanas with 8-inch green boxwood balls positioned at the first and last aisles of white wedding chairs. The boxwood balls are silk, but you’d never know it! They offer a punch of green against the white sand and tie in the green of the cabanas. The Lauren is for a bride and groom who like a crisp, preppy aesthetic, yet beachy and fun.
The Sienna is for a bride and groom who enjoy the surfer and beach has a bright, sun- washed feel. The Sienna ceremony set-up is unique to Ceremony Design Company. They have yet to see a wedding company in the Florida Panhandle using vintage surfboards as the ceremony backdrop. The center aisles are lined with amber wood slat chairs with a 32-inch, bright yellow and white chevron aisle runner. Along each chair rail on the aisle, they’ve hung a garland of white paper cranes.
The Madison I
The Madison I ceremony set-up is the first of three options featuring style flags. IT includes six 8-foot galvanized steel poles topped off with a heavy weight, textured linen flag in a beautiful creamy, ivory tone. The first and last aisles of white wedding chairs are marked with a wood and galvanized cottage-style lantern. Also included are oversized lanterns with Park Hill Collections paraffin LED candles. The Madison I is for a bride and groom who want a simple, pretty aesthetic– something light and airy that goes well on the beach, on a green or in a field.
The Madison II
The Madison II ceremony set-up is the second of three options featuring medieval-style flags. It includes six 8-foot galvanized steel poles topped off with a lightweight, yellow and white seersucker cotton flag. The first and last aisles of white wedding benches are marked with a wood and galvanized cottage-style lantern. The Madison II is for a bride and groom who want a soft, southern-style ceremony. Nothing says southern like seersucker and sweet tea! This ceremony looks perfect on a lush green lawn.
The Madison III
The Madison III ceremony set-up is luxe, colorful and whimsical all at the same time! Hung are alternating blue and green duponi silk flags atop 8-foot poles, paired with white wedding chairs and a colorful garland tied to the back row. The first and last aisles of white wedding chairs are marked with a wood and galvanized cottage-style lantern. The Madison III is for a bride and groom who want a fresh and fun wedding ceremony. This set-up would go well on the beach, on a green or in a field.
The Rachel ceremony set-up is a rustic wooden cross, with a grapevine from top to bottom. The simplicity of a wooden cross and white-washed wooden benches is lovely. The entrance row at the center aisle is marked with a set of large and small, dark wicker bee skeeps, topped with a wonderfully rustic chalkboard that can say whatever your heart desires. The Rachel is for a bride and groom who want a religious element added to their outdoor wedding. It’s rustic, simple, and pretty. And, like the others, you could use this set-up for the beach, a green or in a field.
All of these design concepts can be tailored to meet your taste and budget. Keep it as simple as you like, or layer on the details! You can also make special requests. Maybe you prefer the beach cabanas to be set up behind the guests. Or, maybe you would like the galvanized trough instead of buckets for the bottled water included in Tier 2. It’s as simple as asking. Ceremony Design Company is set up to do it all. Renee even provides a ceremony assistant to help with all the details. Who knew something so beautiful could be so easy!