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Best of 2012: Ceremonies

Continuing with our Best Of 2012 weddings, we’ve got some stunning ceremonies that we just can’t get out of our heads! We’ve got an assortment of huge Pinterest hits and some of our personal favorites that have grown close to our hearts. Make sure to chime in on our comments sections with any you think we’ve left out!

This Canadian wedding ceremony with pink and white paper lanterns shot by Rowan Jane Photography continues to perk up our spirits to this very day:
paper lantern ceremony decorations

This Pennsylvania wedding from Alison Conklin easily wins for the dreamiest enchanted forest ceremony:
enchanted forest weddings

This Mexican beach wedding from Elizabeth Lloyd Photography had a ceremony full of all the right details, especially these unfinished ribbon chair ties and painted bottle aisle decorations:
beach wedding ceremonies

He and She Photography brought us this 1950s-inspired wedding full of color and personality:
retro ceremony ideas

This Seattle wedding ceremony from One Love Photo stole our hearts with its hanging vintage picture frame backdrop:
bohemian wedding ideas

The ceremony seating in this Melbourne wedding from Jonathan Ong was too perfect to pass up — what a great and easy way to inject some personality into your wedding day!
ceremony pew seating

This “Mint to Be” styled shoot was one of our biggest hits of the year, and it’s easy to see why! Images by Christa Elyce and styling by Ellanesque Weddings.
mint wedding ceremonies

The ceremony backdrop in this Palm Springs wedding from Dave Richards stole our breath and our hearts with its whimsy and endless streamers:
streamer ceremony backdrops

This Brooklyn winter wedding from Christina Szczupak at the Green Building had an industrial ceremony with string lights that positively warmed our hearts:
industrial wedding ceremonies

The decorations in the ceremony for Jane and Ryan’s San Diego wedding shot by Studio Castillero are the perfect hit of eclectic style:
indoor eclectic wedding ceremonies

Stay tuned as we reveal more of our 2012 favorites, from flowers to fashion to DIY projects, in the next few days!

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    Love these beautiful ideas and details. Just went to a super crafty/ DIY wedding last weekend, the bride and groom used Married App to capture sweet moments from their wedding. Great Ideas!

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    Sharon @ Red Poppy | Pink Peony on December 30, 2012 at 12:30 pm

    The enchanted forest ceremony is my favorite!

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    Brenda Martin on March 2, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    I love the while hearts you had hanging on the sydner-seaside wedding but can not find the hearts for my son’s wedding in June. Can you please let me know where I can get them?

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