Whether you're by the sea or in the forest, rows of logs provide the perfect seating solution.
Hay bales draped in blankets are a natural choice for a farm or ranch wedding.Jelger + Tanja Photography
Dress up a loft space with white Chiavari chairs and strings of lights for a festive feeling.Ariana Tennyson Photography
For a rustic wedding, benches will work in all kinds of settings.knorthphotography
Use the architectural elements of your venue to give your guests a good vantage point.Bake Photography
A cozy and friendly option for a cottage, park or summer camp wedding.Eleanor Dobbins Photography
Rearrange existing patio chairs for an outdoor ceremony at a restaurant venue.Zsuzsi Pal Photography
Set up your ceremony adjacent to a barn venue to set the right tone and provide some shelter.Century Barn Weddings
Use old doors to create an intimate entrance to an outdoor ceremony set up with an arbor altar dressed in flowers.La Chic Soirée
Give all your guests a good view with chairs wrapping around your chuppah or altar.Fusion Events
Your reception chairs and lounge furniture can do double duty for your ceremony with a mix-and-match set up.Mango Studios
An elevated aisle and altar makes certain that everyone can see you say 'I do'.La Chic Soirée
Stage your ceremony at a theatre or amphitheatre for comfortable seating and a dramatic effect.The Bailey Theatre
For an intimate restaurant wedding, you can seat guests at their tables and use an archtectural detail as a focal point for your exchange of vows.Ten·2·Ten Photography
If you're not hosting your ceremony at a house of worship, you'll need to create an environment for the most important moment of your big day. This doesn't have to be costly. A creative and clever approach to ceremony seating can create a warm welcome and set just the right tone for your guests to witness your union. Whether your saying your "I dos" outdoors or using the same venue as your reception, these are some of our favourite ideas for seating your guests while elevating the space to be worthy of the exchange of marriage vows.