Post # 1
i am planning on using an aisle runner for my ceremony but im afraid that when i walk over it it will catch on my dress and drag. the aisle is sidewalk and i cant attatch it to the ground where this picture shows. but there is grass on the very edge or the other side that i think i can stake the runner down in. would this look stupid? i considered having the runner turn and go to the stairs but i think it would look a little stupid. any thoughts ladies?
*note* i will be personallizing it with out initials at the start of the alter, probably right before they giant planters that i also have to figure out plants for lol
Post # 3
We duck taped my aisle runner to concrete sidewalk. Especially with it being outdoors, you really need to attach it somehow to keep it from blowing away. You could loop the duck tape onto itself and run it underneath the edges…
Post # 4
thats a good idea! i love duct tape lol
Post # 5
@cr6zy: I just bought a runner that came from this company:
They are a little pricey, but they have a special cloth top and a non-slip bottom. They also are puncture proof and what not. I bought the autumn one for my fall wedding next year :-). I think it will also make for cool pictures! It would probably withstand an out door wedding.
Post # 6
i seen an awesome idea in a picture. they put large rocks in a row going down each side of the runner, it would be great in the outdoor setting.
Post # 7
@crayfish: Hey there I have an aisle runner that is a “non-woven rayon” and we’ll be using it on slate. What fabric was yours made of and did you have any problems with heels ripping into them?? I’ve heard so many horror stories but I suspect they all used them on grass!