Wedding Inspiration: A Quinta Lago Dos Cisnes Wedding with Hanging Chandeliers and an Ivy Canopy
This absolutely stunning wedding at Quinta Lago Dos Cisnes in Portugal is full of remarkable hanging decor wedding inspiration, especially for those who really want to transform their wedding ambiance with a whimsical canopy or floral ceiling decorations.
Gorgeous Chandeliers and Ivy Canopies
Hanging decor is a great way to make a statement at your wedding and this venue in Portugal does it beautifully with their pairings of hanging chandeliers, hanging crystals, and ivy.
Strands of ivy danced in the wind and crystals sparkled in the sunlight.
There’s something breathtaking about an overhead canopy and hanging florals, foliage, or lights are the perfect way to create a ceiling in an outdoor space or highlight a venue’s high ceilings.
The abundance of greenery and trees in this space really give it a garden wedding or forest wedding vibe. The trees covered in vines create a great, natural backdrop for photos and the circular wood and ivy structure is the perfect background for selfies and Instagram shots.
Top-Down Decor is a Great Way to Differentiate Your Wedding
A lot of couples focus on the centerpieces, structures, and on-the-ground decor elements, but top-down decor really has a way of transporting you into a wonderland of sorts within a space.
Besides hanging foliage and chandeliers, some other ways you can transform the ceilings at your wedding is to use:
- Hanging lanterns
- Inverted hanging roses and florals
- Geometric structures or
- Classic linen drapery
Okay, now that we’ve seen the canopy and wedding ceiling inspiration, let’s take a peek at the rest of this remarkable wedding and venue.
From the wooden bridge and the rustic dock at the water’s edge to the luxurious interior, this Portugal wedding venue is a couple’s dream.
There you have it—some beautiful hanging decor inspiration for your wedding or reception and a stunning wedding venue full of whimsy and charm in Portugal.
Photography Credits: Stepan Vrzala | http://www.stepanvrzala.com/
Until next time…