(Closed) What would you use for an aisle runner?

posted 13 years ago in Ceremony
Post # 3
86 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

If you can’t use fabric and flower petals are out, why not just line the aisle path, rather than covering it. You could line it with luminaries, candles, small potted plants, shephard hooks with hanging vases!

Post # 4
433 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2021

Or maybe cut the fabric in half length wise, and twist it up. Then place the twists on the outside of the aisle. (So technically the aisle would still be grass, and you’d have twisted strips of fabric on the left and right.) You’d have to test it out to see how it would look, but perhaps this would define your aisle, without causing you or your guests to trip!

Post # 5
117 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

Have you thought about testing out the fabric on grass theroy?  Maybe get some inexpensive fabric and lay it out on a lawn and put on some heals and go to town.  And from everything that I have seen at all the weddings I’ve been in and been to – the guests don’t walk on the isle runner – only the bride and her party on the way down and way back.  You can always have the ushers roll it out after the guests are seated and then have the same ushers scoop it back up after you and your party have left the area.  And if that doesn’t work – sell it on ebay!

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