20 Unique Floral Arch Ideas to Inspire Your Big Day

A great way to make a beautiful impression to your ceremony, is to have a killer backdrop to stand in front of. Floral arches are all the rage, and there are so many different ways to create one. 

Regardless of your theme or venue, floral arches give your alter added texture and colour. With flowers, fabrics, and various structures, they're a gorgeous way to bring a unique look to your ceremony.

Be inspired by these 20 textured unique floral wedding arch ideas that we've rounded up for you! 

Floral Arch with a Single Cluster

Arches with a single cluster of flowers are one of the most popular wedding arch designs! It's unique and gorgeous when using big, bold florals, and the most affordable! 

  FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo by  Mikkel Paige   ,   Floral Design by  Swaffham and Fakenham Florists  and Photo by  Darina Stoda Photography , Flower Design by  Lime Tree Bower  and photo by  jack chauvel , Flower Design by   Stella Event Design  and Photo by  Katie Kett Photography . 

FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo by Mikkel Paige, Floral Design by Swaffham and Fakenham Florists and Photo by Darina Stoda Photography, Flower Design by Lime Tree Bower and photo by jack chauvel, Flower Design by Stella Event Design and Photo by Katie Kett Photography

 

Asymmetric Floral Arch with Two Clusters

An asymmetrical floral arch with two clusters is another common approach to your wedding arch design. More coverage on the arch, the asymmetry brings an unconventional spin and is perfect for more nature-inspired floral theme.

  FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo by    Julie Wichita Photography , Floral Design by Teresa Gausman of Premiere Events and Photo by  Britt Croft , Floral Design by  Lime Tree Bower  and photo by  girl in the white dress , Floral Design by  Joanne Truby  and Photo by  Anushé Low .

FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo by  Julie Wichita Photography, Floral Design by Teresa Gausman of Premiere Events and Photo by Britt Croft, Floral Design by Lime Tree Bower and photo by girl in the white dress, Floral Design by Joanne Truby and Photo by Anushé Low.

 

Full Floral Arch

Going all out? The full floral arch won't disappoint! When you really want the florals to make a big statement for your ceremony backdrop, going all out on the florals will help you create that memorable impact! 

  FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo source  Pinterest , Floral Design by   Cottage Flowers   Photo by   Liz Baker Photography , Floral Design by   I Heart Flowers  Photo by  Jonathan Ong Photography , Floral Design by  Flowerworx Designer Florist  and Photo by  Anna Hardy . 

FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo source Pinterest, Floral Design by Cottage Flowers Photo by Liz Baker Photography, Floral Design by  I Heart Flowers Photo by Jonathan Ong Photography, Floral Design by Flowerworx Designer Florist and Photo by Anna Hardy

 

Arch Florals with Fabric Styling

Now if you're wanting to add a softer style to your wedding arch, we recommend pairing the florals with some fabric within your wedding colour palette. So romantic!

  FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo source  Pinterest , Photo by  Forever Photography , Floral Design by  Lime Tree Bower  and photo by  Samantha heather , Photo source by  Pinterest .

FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Photo source Pinterest, Photo by Forever Photography, Floral Design by Lime Tree Bower and photo by Samantha heather, Photo source by Pinterest.

 

Non-traditional "Floral Arch"

This is something that makes our heart sing! Want something next level and completely original? Then we recommend forsaking the traditional timber arch. Creating a design just out of flowers, suspended, or artistically growing out of the ground is all possible!

  FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Floral Design by  Anna Potter , Photo by    Sam Bisso  and Floral Design by  Fleur McHarg , Floral Design by   Isherwood and co  and Photo by  Matt and Jess , Floral Design by  Honeysuckle Rose  and Photo by   Courtney Horwood Photography . 

FROM CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Floral Design by Anna Potter, Photo by  Sam Bisso and Floral Design by Fleur McHarg, Floral Design by  Isherwood and co and Photo by Matt and Jess, Floral Design by Honeysuckle Rose and Photo by  Courtney Horwood Photography