The idea of getting married under the big top seems a little daunting unless of course it was made by the lovely ladies behind Domestic Construction like the one above. They created this one for Daily Candy, but how incredible would something like this be at a wedding?

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alison | Reply

*swoon* this would even be great for a baby room (prior to baby crawling and eating it of course)

Rebecca | Reply

Garlands are so fun. I never thought to use them like this. Very nice!

domestic construction girls | Reply

So glad you all like the big top! We can make them in different sizes and materials too! love from brooklyn <3

tto | Reply

incredible = understatement.

Mo | Reply

Incredible, I love it!

coco+kelley | Reply

i’m kind of going garland crazy right now, so I adore this idea… for any event!

Sylvie | Reply

Domestic Construction Girls are amazing! from one artist to another peace out from Montreal to Brooklyn

inz | Reply

i’m soooo planning to do this for my reception. thanks for the post. awesome!!!!

marry me! | Reply

i want to make one!

inBloom | Reply

My upcoming wedding in July is going to be a old-fashioned, vintage circus with popcorn and cotton candy! Think Tim Burton’s Big Fish! I’ve rented a small high peaked tent to act as my Big Top but this is a great idea too! I’ve been documenting my inspirations on my blog…this is a great addition! Thanks!

Paisley | Reply

I wanted to do something like this to dress up my small reception space but I can’t figure out to attach something to a flat cieling? How did you do this one? It would have to be something that doesn’t leave a mark…