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Modern Chuppah Inspiration

If you are planning a Jewish wedding one of the most important and fun decisions you will have to make is how to style your wedding chuppah. A chuppah, also referred to as huppah, chipe, chupah, or chuppa, is a canopy under which a Jewish couple stand during their wedding ceremony. It consists of a cloth or sheet, sometimes a tallit, stretched or supported over four poles, or sometimes manually held up by attendants to the ceremony. A chuppah symbolizes the home that the couple will build together.

This is the official definition from Wikipedia but we wanted to know how modern-day couples are redefining today’s chuppah by incorporating your own style or wedding theme.


Creative Ways Today’s Couples Are Designing Their Wedding Chuppah


Modern Yet Classic Chuppah

If you are planning a modern black and white wedding and want to have a sophisticated, classic décor for your wedding chuppah this is a great idea! Adorn a beautiful swath of laser-cut fabric over your chuppah. This real bride and groom opted for a laser-cut design rented from the Chuppah Studio that resembles lace. There is nothing more traditional than lace at a wedding so incorporating it in their chuppah is genius!


(Photo Credit: Rebecca Yale Photography)



Topiary Chuppah

WOW! We love the look of this beautiful topiary chuppah for your wedding. What a grand and opulent place for your closest friends and family to watch you join together as one. This topiary chuppah was topped with magnolia leaves and featured an amazing crystal chandelier. Weddings are truly magical and this wedding chuppah is the perfect setting for any new marriage to begin.

(Photo Credit: Elizabeth Messina Photography)




Romantic Chuppah

Spring is in the air and all over this wedding chuppah. But don’t get us wrong, this beautifully decorated chuppah is not just for springtime weddings. Outdoor settings are always very popular for weddings. By adding a stunning chuppah that is fully adorned with large white blooms, lush greenery and a blue cloth this couple elevated their outdoor space to an elegant and magical affair.



Eucalyptus Chuppah

To create this beautiful masterpiece and totally Instagram worthy altar, this bride and groom mixed purple, white, orange, and blue blooms with sprawling eucalyptus for their chuppah. Using both large and small flowers along with the eucalyptus and greenery made a truly magical display. Instaworthy for sure!


(Photo Credit:  LisaAnne Photography)



A Floral Explosion Chuppah

This creative couple wanted to change things up! Keeping with traditions they wanted to be married under a wedding chuppah, what they didn’t want was it to look like everyone else’s. They put their creative minds to work and turned the chuppah décor upside down (kind of). Most of the time we see couples decorating the top with flowers and fabric. For a modern take on the wedding chuppah, this couple decorated the bottom of each stave with the most gorgeous and vibrant dahlias, peonies and rose flowers. Cheers to them for being unique!

(Photo Credit: Steve Steinhardt photography)


One-Of-A-Kind Chuppah

If you really want to be unique and knock your guests socks off why not forego the traditional flowers, greenery and fabric and opt for something totally unexpected? This beautiful outdoor wedding chuppah has a mix of local cactuses, eucalyptus and other earthy adornments. The only thing ordinary about this chuppah is the four poles that support it. A wonderful use of creativity that will definitely be remembered for a lifetime.

(Photo Credit: Nicole Clarey Photography)



No matter what your wedding theme or personalities are you can inspire your florist to make a unique, one-of-a-kind wedding chuppa for you! Dream big, it is your special day!

Fairytale, traditional, classic or boho there are endless inspirations when it comes to designing and planning your wedding!

Can’t wait to see what you come up with!


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