Ceremony Decor

posted 4 days ago in Decor
Post # 2
Member
1258 posts
Bumble bee

WOW that is indeed stunning! Is that a fireplace?! 

I’m anti-aisle runners outdoors. I honestly think they look kind of silly outdoors, but maybe it’s because it’s so unnatural. 

If you want something to frame it, what about more flower petals. You could do structured (a line on each side) or a more casual look (more scattered).

 

Post # 3
Member
4816 posts
Honey bee

Every outdoor wedding I’ve ever been to that had an aisle runner?  It was a sh**show.  Stakes getting tripped on, not having enough stakes or weights and the runner blowing in the wind, bunching up on the uneven ground, etc.  And your venue looks like it has the potential to get windy.  Just say no to aisle runners.

 

I think you’re fine as is for the rest.

Post # 5
Member
207 posts
Helper bee

Definite no on the runner, especially in that gorgeous setting, it would only detract from the natural simplicity of the site. 

Post # 6
Member
3330 posts
Sugar bee

With that kind of view, less is definitely more!!

Post # 7
Member
4786 posts
Honey bee

I wouldn’t even bother with the petals given the color of the ground.

But I would put a small marker on the ground so your officiant is centered on the aisle so your photos look better. Or you could have a small table with a spray of flowers for the officient to use. It’s also a good place to hide the microphone.

Post # 8
Member
2118 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2022 - Studio City , CA

If you have petals you can ditch the runner. I didn’t know they still do those, and no arch or anything is necessary the view speaks for itself.  Less is always more.

Post # 9
Member
10813 posts
Sugar Beekeeper

Absolutely agree with ricli above. I do like the lines of petals, but nothing against that skyline 

Leave a comment


Find Amazing Vendors