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  1. We call it an apex arch - others insist that it is an A frame arch or a tipi arch. Whatever it is called, it is certainly a stylish, modern version of the wedding arch. If you choose this option for your wedding dont forget that ours is a double arch so each piece can be used together or seperately in your venue.


    Our first inspiration picture shows that, in a beautiful setting, less can definately be more - candles, foliage and very few flowers are all that is needed when the setting is as beautiful as this. Hopefully your venue will have either some stunning views or some lovely architecture that you can use.

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    Our second choice is perhaps a surprising one (for folk who are obsessed with flowers) but we love the way the foliage is used to connect the arch with the wall. It has a wonderful 'always been there' vibe. This look would be easily recreated using ivy or similar look vine and would work really well in a marquee, tipi or barn venue.

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    Our next choice is probably a bit more what you would expect from us - loads of flowers! Just gorgeous.

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    Number 4 for us is this real stunner - not too much on the arch itself, just 2 x MASSIVE urns full of lovely lusciousness (with  pampas of course). All these elements are very reuseable within the venue. ps he is not standing on her dress, it is a white rug.

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    And still going with the pampas theme........ a whole world of lovely going on here!

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    Our final choice, although we could go on and on, is this beauty. We are very fond of hanging things on things so this ticks it all for us. If you love that full on boho wedding feel then this is the one.......

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    If you would like to talk through apex arch ideas for your wedding then get in touch

  2. Choosing a moon gate as your wedding arch, ceremony backdrop, photo backdrop or whatever you decide to call it is a great choice and offers endless possibilities for framing your wedding day. After using the moon gate as a stunning ceremony backdrop why not consider using it as a top table backdrop or as a frame for your cake or dessert table? Our moon gate is easy to move and very stable so is perfect to multi purpose. It is also a good choice to use here in Scotland when the weather can sometimes make it hard to predict if the ceremony will be indoors or outside - last minute moving is fine for this one.

    We have gathered together some of our favourite pinterest inspiration pictures to help you get a feel for the moongate possibilities!


     A classy and classic moongate. This partial cover with addition of woven branches would also work well with just foliage. You could also substitute the branches for fabric wrapped and draped for a softer, less rustic look.


     Another partially covered moongate showing how well they look indoors as well as out. Again more foliage and less flowers would be a great option.



     We do love this moongate although it is perhaps, a little overdone for some tastes - however it does show how fab a moongate can look with things hanging - candles, Christmas baubles, flower heads, dream catchers, macrame, origami cranes...............



     One of our all time favourite moongate inspo pictures! This is just gorgeous in every way and perfect indoors or out. Would also look fabby with blossom in spring.



     So pretty and just perfect for all barn, garden, byre, village hall, byre, shed, you name it venues! We love all the brights and this just shouts joyful celebration!



     Another gorgeous moongate decked out in autumn foliage but would be equally lush in full on summer greenery.



     This year ( and probably for lots of years to come) is all about PAMPAS and this arch shows why. It is soft and fluffy but not too girly that many a man would not want to be involved!



    Another winner showing that a moongate works well inside and out. This one in soft, moody colours with plenty of foliage is just stunning.



     Simple and beautifully finished with moss and candles; consider using a moongate as an entrance to your wedding venue. So stunning as a first look photo op for your guests.



    These are just a few of our favourites but the options are literally endless with a moongate. It re-purposes well and is definitely an item that adds the wow to your wedding.