Post # 1
I just assumed that when you get married in a church, that you have an isle runner. Well my mother is very adament that we not have one because the floors of the church are already a beautiful marble tile (and she doesnt see the need to rent one in that case).
Has anyone seen a wedding in a church without an isle runner? I know that its suppose to keep the brides dress from getting dirty, but would that really be true of a June wedding? Any thoughts would be appreciated!
Post # 3
You don’t have to have an aisle runner, you can use flower petals to line the sides of the aisles or small flowers vases. That way the aisle is not fully covered and you and your mother can have the best of both worlds. Also the under side of your dress will get dirty no matter what you use or do not use. Bottom line its your day.
Post # 4
Our church doesn’t allow aisle runners. (from what i hear, most Catholic churchs are very strict on this) From the pics I’ve seen it looks fine. Heres a Knot Bio with the church i will be using, NO AISLE RUNNER and it looks really nice.
(you have to scroll through her getting ready pics to get to the church)
Post # 5
I have heard that many churches don’t allow them, and that on marble they can skip (maybe that’s why). You wouldn’t want to chance anyone slipping. i think flower petals look beautiful.
Post # 6
TallBride, oh my goodness, where can I find those shoes that the bride wore in the link you provided??? Those are exactly what I’ve been looking for!