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Lighting & Décor Spotlight: Chuppahs & Bridal Canopies

Elegant Event Lighting Chicago can create a beautiful Chuppah or Bridal Canopy for your Wedding Ceremony!

At a Jewish Wedding Ceremony, the Chuppah symbolizes the future home that the couple will build together.

Bridal Canopy Altars serve as a beautiful focal point for your Wedding Ceremony and a gorgeous backdrop for the photography!

Elegant Event Lighting Chicago will work with you to design the perfect Chuppah or Bridal Canopy to reflect your vision and complement your Ceremony Décor.

This traditional square Chuppah is simple, yet elegant.  The sheer white fabric beautifully complements the pleated tent draping that serves as the backdrop for the ceremony.  We also love the florist’s addition of the kissing balls to tie in the wedding flowers.

Sheer White Square Chuppah

This circular Bridal Canopy’s beautiful tiered drape swags create a romantic feel, perfect for the wedding ceremony.  Our Crystal Chandelier hung in the middle of the canopy provides a beautiful, soft glow and an instant touch of glamour.

Sheer White Round Chuppah

This couple looks gorgeous under their Wedding Ceremony Chuppah!  The beautiful ivory layers add depth and dimension, and the amber uplighting provides a warm, inviting glow!

Ivory & Amber Chuppah

Elegant Event Lighting Chicago can also provide other Ceremony Décor Elements to complement your Chuppah or Bridal Canopy:

  • Fabric Backdrops
  • Ceremony Staging & Fabric Stage Covers
  • Custom Ceremony Stage Steps
  • Lighted Flower Pedestals
  • Sheer Fabric Aisle Runner Treatments
  • Double Wide Ceremony Fabric Aisle Runner
  • Pin Spot Lighting for Flowers & Stage

Elegant Event Lighting Chicago would love to work with you to design the Chuppah or Bridal Canopy you’ve been dreaming of.

Check out our Ceremony Chuppahs Gallery for more inspiration!

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