Post # 1
I saw a picture of my ceremony site and it looks pretty but without pop. It’s outdoors, very green (hills, trees, fields). I’m pretty simple, but I think it needs something. Does anyone have pictures / inspiration photos or links of aisles? Flowers or ribbons tied to chairs (something natural rather than pomanders)? Lining the aisle with petals or branches? I’m using blues for color.
Post # 3
I got married in a church, but I didn’t do anything to the pews/aisle. I was really happy that we saved the money because I really didn’t miss it. Once there are tons of people sitting there, you don’t notice flower petals or aisle flowers.
Post # 4
Ours was pretty basic. We had pew bows lining the aisle, and gold satin sashes on the front row of seats.
Post # 5
Here’s a pic of the aisle being set up.
Post # 6
I think I have some great visuals for you. Our main color was blue too and our ceremony site was beautiful outdoors, but just needed a little something… We used shepherd’s hooks and hung mason jars with flowers from blue ribbon. It was simple, affordable, and easy. The flowers I got last minute from the grocery store (seriously) – nothing specific, just a variety of blues, whites, and lime greens for some pop.
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Post # 7
one of my favorite aisle inspiration pics…
Post # 8
Here’s some of my inspiration pictures..
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Post # 9
with some orange and yellow flower petals tossed down the isle…
Post # 10
walked on white rose petals [attachment=1158514,146467]
Post # 11
Part of the aisle is gravel, which is unfortunate, but the rest is brick. I will have large mason jars with fresh cut flowers on the ground at every other chair.
Post # 12
Dark purple petals on cobblestone, the top center pic is our venue and the one below it is my inspiration. Sorry so tiny, this is all I have to show at work 🙂
Post # 13
i am doing a white runner with our monogram of course and sewing damask fabric on the edges for a pop of color and tie into our damask theme
Post # 14
If I were engaged and planning a wedding…I would not want anything on the aisle floor. I don’t want to slip and fall down! I would probably just have some pomanders hanging over like every other pew (yes, I have a church in mind). If it were in the evening, I think I’d put a white votive in a clear holder at the end of every pew. Low cost, but pretty look overall.
Post # 16
@rachel077: OMG I love that idea!! lol, I wonder if I could pull that off at our venue…only hesitant because our venue is near the water and its may. Wondering if the wind would blow away the rose petals?