Sparkling, intricate chandeliers, whether hung in a grand ballroom, a barn, or from trees can be gorgeous focal points in ceremony or reception decor. I find, however, that chandeliers constructed unconventionally, can be more eye-catching and add a level of uniqueness to decor, whereas a traditional chandelier may just blend in with all the other lovely elements going on around it. I am really loving a-typical ones that include flowers/foliage, and a few that are more architectural-looking.
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Have you seen any other types a-typical chandeliers that you love?
With Christmas this week, and my leaving for Florida on Wednesday, posting will be a bit light.
Feast your eyes on this beautiful set up! The lighting is gorgeous, and the venue is quaint and cozy. The chandeliers and candelabras were a fantastic way for them to dress up the space and create that vintage feel.
Images courtesy of Susan Stripling Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
I love the chandelier my venue has sort of off to the side (it’s a red Chihuly sculpture hanging below a skylight, and of course, I cannot find a photo of it anywhere).
But I super wish they could find somewhere to put this in there.
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I guess it would require a stairwell like that.