In itself, each type of labyrinth is suitable for such or a similar event. I’ve seen many different photos or templates for it. That is why I would like to make my contribution today.
Which requirements have to be met? The couple should be able to walk into the center of the labyrinth, both together and individually. There the master of ceremonies or whoever is waiting for them. The groomsmen and the other wedding guests are also waiting there. After the wedding, the couple walks out of the labyrinth together on a new path.
Two-part labyrinths, each with its own path for the newlyweds, are well suited. A larger center and a separate exit are also required.
In my opinion, half a classic labyrinth in a circular shape is well suited. Mirrored, thus split in two, and open at the top, so that a walk-through labyrinth occurs. By continuing the 4th round, the entrance to the center happens from below. A 4 circuit labyrinth is created with the path sequence: 3-2-1-4-5.
The couple goes to the labyrinth together, stands at the entrance and everyone takes their own path. Shortly before entering the center, they meet again and can walk next to each other into the center. The guests are already waiting here. After the ceremony, everyone leaves the labyrinth on the wider path above.
With the more precise implementation, there is still plenty of scope for design. The empty, diamond-shaped center piece can e.g. be used for decoration.
The labyrinth can also be heart-shaped, which is often desired.
The above drawing shows one with straight middle parts, the lower one with rounded middle parts.
The heart shape can be emphasized more with a three-part bow. The implementation in nature is somewhat more complicated and complex. The center is also quite large here.
It requires a few midpoints more than a simple labyrinth shape.
Here you can see, print or download the drawing as a PDF file.