08/19/2009
Red Wedding Decoration ceremony decor
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Ok so we also finally got the pergola/chuppa what ever you want to call it done for the ceremony. It was super easy..its basically PVC and fabric..its huge, about 7.5 feet tall and 8 foot long. but it needed to be because the fireplace behind were we are getting married is really big. but im happy with how it turned out
deneanrae's Blue wedding
 |  Red deer, AB, Canada  |  08/19/2009  | 
Does it come apart and go back together? Its nice! What kind of fabric is that?
gorgeous6's Pink wedding
 |  Katy, TX, USA  |  08/19/2009  | 
I agree, I really love that setup!
divabride's Black wedding
 |  Iraq  |  08/20/2009  | 
It looks great. I really want to have a chuppah for our outdoor ceremony. Can u tell us how u made it. And how you draped the fabric, and how much fabric was required. Thanks!

FABULOUS!!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!
jvillebride2010's Pink wedding
 |  Tampa, FL, USA  |  08/20/2009  | 
Congrats, it looks beautiful!  I'm imagining a fireplace behind it now and i think it will look fabulous!
shellyandjosh09's Red wedding
 |  Crawfordsville, IN, USA  |  08/20/2009  | 
Yeah it comes completely apart, the poles just stick in a 2 gallon white bucket of set concrete that has a hole in it that the pole slides in. im not exactly sure of the amount of fabric but i would guess about  23 yards of fabric.(alot) the top and the sides are just "sleeves" that you slide the pole through, and the fabric on the legs are sewn so that it slides over the top of the leg and then the top and side slide into it so you cant see where the corner connects..if that makes sense..its kinda hard to explain but i hope that helps
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