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11/11/2015 04:32 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

8 Amazing Chuppahs to Inspire Your Wedding Ceremony

Chuppahs, or wedding canopies, are a gorgeous Jewish wedding tradition, and we love the creativity they allow when it comes to design. There are many different ways to construct and personalize a chuppah to fit the couple's wedding day style. Below are some of my favorites that I've been able to work on!

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This all-white beach wedding ceremony was a dream! The chuppah was draped with white fabric and secured with bundles of white roses at each corner. (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Yvette Roman Photography)

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This chuppah was the focal point of the entire wedding. It was made of countless peonies, roses and hydrangea in the prettiest pastel shades. (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Paul Barnett Photography)

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An asymmetrical design took this chuppah a more organic route. I loved the overgrown feel and the exposed wood! (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Figlewicz Photography)

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This elegant chuppah is one of our favorites! White and green is always a classic choice and makes a big statement. (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by John Solano Photography)

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A double chuppah makes twice the impact! These gorgeous wedding arches were made of white roses and hydrangea with pink dahlias. (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Justine Ungaro)

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For this ballroom wedding, we used roses and lilies to line this amazing chandelier installation to create a glowing chuppah! (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by John Solano Photography)

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Draped white fabric and a structure of white roses and hydrangea was perfect for this classic outdoor wedding. (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Amy & Stuart Photography)

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This beachy outdoor wedding called for pastel garden roses, dahlias and hydrangea, finished with lots of overgrown greenery! (Design by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Mi Belle Photographers)

I love working on chuppahs because they are both a feat of engineering and a way to express my creativity as a designer!