Post # 1
i tried this a while back, to “co-op” on wedding decor items, so I’m trying again.
I know that an aisle runner is totally superfluous, and unneccessary, and maybe even a downright siily wedding thing- but I can’t help but feel it would really give my ceremony space a lovely look. I’m getting married on the main patio deck of a large ferry boat in North Vancouver, so it would be laid on carpet for an hour or so, and then rolled up.
If anyone wants to share on this silly but pretty wedding decor item (and maybe others!) PM me. 🙂
Post # 3
Sounds like you are getting married at Celebration on the Water
My daughter gets married July 14 and we will be selling off a bunch of items including an aisle runner like the one shown below. I cant include a pic as we just ordered it so it still en route from the USA. SHould have it next week sometime
PM me if you are interested.
Post # 4
Yes, Celebration on Water! Such a fantastic venue, and quintessentially West Coast. 🙂
I’ve since heard that many aisle runners are sadly “one-time-use” only, which is too bad. I hate to waste money and make trash in general. However, yours says heavy duty, so maybe it will stand up better!
I was going to buy a 100 foot one with another bee, and we were going to each take 50 feet…. so I’ll see how that goes. Certainly, let’s stay in touch. Cheers!