The moment you say “I do” will be ingrained in your memory for the rest of your life, a wonderful memory that's also captured in time by your photographer (and likely your videographer, too!) so you’ll want to make sure your altar is truly something special. Planning a Jewish wedding? One of the most important parts of the ceremony is the chuppah, the canopy under which a couple stands during their ceremony. It represents the new home the couple will create together, symbolized by the cloth canopy and the four poles. A chuppah is a beautiful way to honor tradition while also expressing who you are as a couple.
From classically-draped chuppahs to those adorned with bold blooms, there are countless ways to create the altar of your dreams. Looking for inspiration for your ceremony? Here are eight of the most picture-perfect chuppahs from real weddings across the country.
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