Post # 1
what are some options for an aisle for an outdoor wedding? the venue we chose is standing room only, so i dont want people like standing in the way when the time comes to walk down the "aisle." would an aisle runner work? if so cloth or vinyl? thanks!
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2009 - Red Fish Grill
I think a rose petal-covered aisle (or even a border) would look lovely!
Post # 4
Craftypants has a great idea :) I read an article once about aisle runners and how usually they do not go as planned. On grass you run the risk, even with the materials you suggested, of them moving, bunching or you even slipping. Plus you don’t want to drag it down the aisle like TP too.
What about several pretty potted plants/flowers? You could also have sort of an "aisle block" string of ribbon or something from two sheppards hooks so people know where to stand—in the pic ignore the chairs, and they also make smaller hooks so they aren’t so high.
Sorry, those are just a few I got right now. If I get a chance I’ll look some more. Check out the images tab on Google, they have TONS of photos.
Although the other photo looks beautiful! Look at the runner. It looks a little out of sorts.
Post # 5
On grass, I would stick with the floral or floral lined path. Depending on peoples heels, you might end up with holes or crumpling trippig hazard.
Post # 6
Consider buying those little plastic heel stoppers for the grass so you dont have to worry about breaking a cloth one – I am using poly/cotton blend fabric for mine which I am personalizing. Before the ceremony tie off the aisle so guests dont walk on it – only the bridal party when it commences – considering having a flower girl or perhaps the groom untying the ribbons and commencing the procession that way – which is what I am doing!