Post # 1
We’re having an outside ceremony and for practical reasons will not be having an aisle runner. I know most brides go the rose petal aisle lining route, but I’m hesitant b/c rose petals aren’t just really my style. We’re having shepherd hooks with some kind of adornment every other row or 2, but I think I would still like something more to make the aisle more defined :). Does anyone have suggestions of things they’ve seen or done/will be doing themselves? TIA!
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Maybe ribbon looping from chair to chair on the seats bordering the aisle? Your guests would have to enter each row from the far ends — and not via the center aisle — but it’d look so pretty!
Post # 4
thanks miss bruschetta =)! that would actually be really pretty and i was planning on incorporating ribbon wherever i could anyway!
Post # 5
Maybe you can do the Aisle Tiles that everyone is talking about. 🙂
Post # 6
Hmm aisle tiles? what are those? I am in the same boat as charmedbride, I am unsure of what to do…I am still debating an aisle runner though, just dont really know how they’ll hold up etc etc
Post # 7
I am having an outside wedding too, on the grass, the coordinator told me aisle runner is not a good idea. I would say ribbon on the chairs like bruchetta said or maybe ribbon along the aisle on the floor.
Post # 8
How about tissue pomanders? Many online DIY Tutorials availabe. 🙂
Post # 9
I don’t know how practical it would be, but if the wedding is in the evening, white lights would look really lovely.