Alright brides: You have the dress, the date is set, you even have the theme, but what’s the happy couple going to get married in front of? Your wedding ceremony backdrop can set the tone for the day and can be a great place to establish the theme or color scheme for the wedding. It’s also a nice way to make your ceremony photos even more snazzy. Get inspired! Check out these 19 stunning wedding ceremony backdrops to start getting ideas for your own ceremony styling.

1. Flower Wall: If you’re looking for an ethereal, swoon-worthy ceremony (who isn’t?), you can’t go wrong with a moss wall covered in fresh flowers. How pretty is that ombre fade from magenta into creamy off-white? (via Green Wedding Shoes)

2. Perfect Paper: This is a Pinterest classic for a reason; it’s stunning. A simple roll of drawing paper is used to showcase anything from your vows to your favorite quotes to a list of your milestones together. You could replace this with colored paper or use a colorful text to match your wedding motif. (via Style Me Pretty)

3. Air Plant Curtain: Absolutely magical. Air plants are simple and pretty. And you’ll have your own living wall to take home after the big day. (via Ruffled)

4. DIY Wild Vine Arch: Simple, gorgeous and DIY — all of our favorite things! This easy green DIY will transform any blank wall into a breathtaking ceremony backdrop. (via Once Wed)

5. Streamer Backdrop: It doesn’t get much more festive than this! Ruffly multi-colored streamers create the perfect punchy backdrop to a fun wedding ceremony. (via 100 Layer Cake)

6. Paper Fan Party Backdrop: Color pop paper! It doesn’t get easier than this. Buy rosettes from your local party store, fan open and you’re done! (via You Are My Fave)

7. Window Frames and Votives: A window frame background is so multi-faceted. You could style it to look rustic, boho, super modern or paint them with your wedding colors. (via Style Me Pretty)

8. Tissue Paper Flower Wall: Tissue paper flowers look polished and playful when arranged together as a wall of flowers. You could use different colors or tissue paper textures to customize this background. How great would some metallic blooms or bright color blocking look? The possibilities are endless. (via Style Me Pretty)

9. Wall of Succulents: Succulents, oh how we love you. So stylish, so natural. We know these little plants look good as centerpieces and party favors, but how amazing are they used as a backdrop? Gorgeous. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

10. Rustic Door Backdrop: Pretty open doors are the perfect background for a wedding ceremony. They’re bold and eye-catching, but really simple to set up. This lovely backdrop is just painted doors and a couple flower garlands. Add the happy couple, and you’re good to go! (via Ruffled)

11. Ladder and Vase Backdrop: A few simple, lovely decorations come together to create a romantic setting here. DIY with a few vintage or painted ladders, a homemade pom-pom garland and glass jars full of fresh flowers. (via Bridal Guide)

12. Wooden Backdrop: It’s the dream woodsy wedding. White flower garlands and petals on the ground soften the rustic, log cabin vibes. (via Bow Ties and Bliss)

13. Paper Flower Arch: Paper flowers in big bold colors make for super memorable wedding pictures. This backdrop definitely sets a decidedly fun tone for the rest of the day. (via Hair Today)

14. DIY Wax Paper Backdrop: A sophisticated backdrop you can DIY from items you already have in the kitchen? We’re sold. (via Style Me Pretty)

15. Burlap Backdrop: The playful “Joy” print, foliage and string lights transforms draped burlap from simple to stunning. (via 100 Layer Cake)

16. Vintage Family Photo Garlands: What a gorgeous way to incorporate both of your families into the wedding. Use vintage family wedding photos as part of your backdrop. This garland version is the perfect blend of vintage and natural elements. (via Magnolia Rouge)

17. Bright Floral Ceiling and Backdrop: Flowers on the floor, flowers on the ceiling, flowers everywhere you look! Sometimes too much is a good thing, especially when it comes to bright beautiful blossoms. (via Belle The Magazine)

18. Vintage Suitcase Backdrop: A stacked vintage suitcase backdrop is a cute way to incorporate your love of travel into your ceremony. It also gives a great classic feel for a vintage styled wedding. (via Snippet and Ink)

19. Fiesta Times: Hey, your Big Day is a party after all! Add some serious flair to it with bright colors and a few piñatas scattered here and there. (via Ruffled)

Hey brides! Are you using a backdrop for your ceremony? What does it look like? Let us know in the comments below!