(Closed) How do Aisle Runners work?

posted 9 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

We are also not having any ushers so I am curious to see what other people are going to do. Perhaps we could have it rolled out before hand, as long as there is another way for your guests to get to their seats.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Are you going to be walking on solid ground, pebbles, grass or something else?  That will also effect things.

What if you were have the guests file in from the outside (since you aren’t inside a building it won’t be awkard) and you could actually block off the edge of the aisle with tule, fabric or a string of pretty pearls or something so people realize they can’t even enter that way.  Are you having someone hand out programs?  This person could let guests know to please file in from the outside.

One more thing, if you are wearing flats that will also minimize the possibility of tripping if the ground below the runner isn’t hard and dependable.  Don’t want to trip!

I found this website (http://raleighweddingblog.blogspot.com/2008/05/lets-talk-about-aisle-runners.html) that talks about isle runners and their hangups and how to fix it.  Oddly enough they mention a heavy canvas (!) with grommets but that could still cause a problem.  Just make sure you don’t take the fabric down the isle with you like you are hauling TP from the ladies room 🙂

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Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2010

wow…that picture of the blue isle runner…is gorgeous!

Anywho…the thing about buying fabrick is that it is crazy expensive, and it will have to be cut and sewn..that will be a huge project! Did you know that you can buy isle runners from places like orientaltrading.com for about $25? and you can get them personalized, too…(for extra of course) But coming from someone who sews, if you need more than 3 yeards of fabric then its gonna be easier and cheaper to buy one already made. Another thing about the material idea is that unless you pick a plain pattern you will have to line up the designs (as tiny or large as they are) and that is a headache in itself! Good Luck!

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