The Ceremonial Arch.
The arch-shaped structure covered in vines, branches, twigs, flowers or fabric is the Arbor, a "tunnel" for plants to cover and the centerstage of a ceremony. Arbors, chuppahs, canopies, altars and gazebos are popular staging areas or backdrops for both cultural and religious significance in many wedding ceremonies, usually decorated to compliment the wedding style, décor and colors.
Topping the wedding reception tables with floral arrangements, vases, greenery, lanterns, candles, fairy lights, and other professional or D-I-Y décor is like the icing on the cake, the veil over the bride, the transformation from a venue space to a magical realm where memories are made. Based on the theme, color palette, and season, choosing the table décor is only limited by imagination, budget, and supply.
Wedding reception table decorations stretch the gamut from folded Tent Cards with personalized guest names and framed Table Signs for seating identification to Tealights, Flameless Candles, Flower Sprays, Feather Vases, Lanterns, Greenery, Candelabras with long Tapers, Chandeliers, Linens and Fabrics, Chair Covers, thematic Found Objects, Glass Baubles, and even LED and Neon Lights. Anything to spruce up the reception venue!