From bouquets and ceremony backdrops to chair and tent decorations, hoops of flowers and greenery are the décor elements you never knew you needed.
When it comes to wedding symbolism, circles are fairly universal. They’re spatially infinite and represent wholeness, totality, and perfection. You’d be hard-pressed to find a shape that better epitomizes your union with your spouse-to-be—which is why many modern couples are actually incorporating circle details into their ceremony and reception décor. The result? Floral- and-greenery packed hoop details that are just as beautiful as they are meaningful.
Looking for a way to switch up your bridesmaids’ clutches? Replace traditional bouquets with gold hoops, adorned with eucalyptus, roses, and dahlias, just like these arrangements from Joy in Bloom. Better yet, use blooms that also appear in your own spray.
Suspended loops of leafy greens, like these by Greenlion Design, are an inspired way to help guide guests to their seats. Simply fasten each individual card onto the lush circle with miniature clothing pins.
Cascading vines, sprawling blush roses, and plenty of lanterns make this Trinity Artwork floral hoop an emblem of ethereal romance. The bouquet, created by Chloe Florist, complemented the color scheme.
In the case of this tent’s crystal chandelier, more is definitely more. A series of brass rings (feel free to use more than one per décor piece!) gives this suspended detail, created by Bloom & Co., a modern, abstract vibe.
There are many ways to mark the head table, where you and your new spouse will share your first meal as a married couple. Identify your special seats with an natural wooden hoop suspended from above—like this one by The Bloemist and Forrest and J—adorned with buds that tie back to your table’s centerpiece.
Looking to dress up those trees with hoops that err on the bohemian side? Antlers, textured and patterned ribbons, and moody blooms are welcome add-ons, as evidenced by this Habitat Events design.
Your ceremony hoop isn’t just a symbol of your everlasting union or a decorative floral arrangement—it’s also a frame. Highlight a spectacular view, like this scenic New York City skyline, by placing your hoop in just the right spot, like Gardenia Organic‘s did here.
These “chandeliers” prove that hoops are often the jumping off point for more involved décor. Wooden sticks, floral bunches, and hanging lightbulbs, like this creation from Steven Boyle Design, transform these basic embroidery hoops into an extraordinary tent installation.
Herald in good luck and positive energy on the big day with a series of dream catchers (these were designed by Poppy and Blush Events), made from different types of hoops, feathers, and fabrics.
A lace-inspired weave makes this macramé hoop ceremony backdrop, which was created by Rebelle Fleurs and Orange Blossom Special Events, even daintier, especially when paired with a similar curtain, encased pillar candles, and crystal chandelier.
Garden Place Card Display
Bring garden vibes to the tail-end of your cocktail hour by hanging guests’ dinner seating assignments from the trees, displayed in romantic overlapping loops. Imoni Events and Sarah’s Garden were responsible for making this chic display come to life.
Cast a warm glow on your head table by stringing fairy lights overhead. Suspending loops alongside the lights adds a modern touch and ties the backdrop to the actual table, marked with a loop of its own.
Not all wedding hoops involve lush, verdant florals. This Rogue & Fox Floral Co circle of wheat and barley looks just as lovely—especially if you’re throwing a fall fête—and works particularly well with other dried blooms.
If you’re looking for the perfect way to spice up your bridal portraits, channel this weight-bearing hoop created by Charis Events & Design. Just imagine how beautiful you’ll look perched on a circle of blooms, in the wedding dress of your dreams?
Define your bohemian lounge area, complete with rugs, cozy throw pillows, and snacks (of course!), with a minimalist wooden structure topped with a series of rings and blooms. This one was dreamt up by Maui Palm Tree Floral.
If you think that the hoop trend is limited to décor, Sharleen and Shannon of Sweet Celebrations prove that loops look just as lovely on wedding cake. The duo used green wire and grape vine to form this confection’s dimensional circles, punctuated by berries, sugar succulents, and tiny blooms.
We all know that photo booth stations are all about the props. Drape an oversized peace sign with metallic tinsel, add on a few blooms, ground the entire structure with disco balls like Belle Fiori did here and you’ve just created an Instagram-worthy backdrop.
Translucent wire makes this gold, half-wrapped altar piece look like it’s suspended in mid-air. Gather Design Company used hydrangea, roses, and daises on this hoop as a nod to the bunches that marked the aisle.
If you’re as in love with the hoop trend as we are, don’t opt for just one loop. To switch things up, copy this JL Designs creation and hang multiple circles (use different types of greens for a more visually-intriguing piece!) from a traditional ceremony arch.
If your venue’s grounds need a little something extra, consider hanging a series of beribboned hoops (like these from Sarah’s Garden) from tree branches.
Show off your curated food selection in an elegant hoop. Be sure to place one at the head of each guest table, so that everyone can see what’s one the menu.
If you copy this Davy Gray design and display a loop of cascading greens above your reception space, guests will certainly look up all evening long.
Here at Pikes Peak, we carry many of the supplies, flowers, and greenery for building all these types of hoops!
We have 12″:421557, 18″:421558, 24″:421559, 36″:421560
Round Twig Arch: 97″x 16.5″ x 94″ :421482