The way you decorate the aisle at your wedding may not be the first thing that pops into your head when you think of things you need to plan for, BUT it could be one of the most important elements of the entire day! After all, that big walk down the aisle is what everyone is there for and will be engrained in your mind forever. It is the perfect place to amp up the decor and show off your personality. I love the above wedding made completely of eclectic items where the aisle is lined with brightly colored ribbons. So unique.So many people get married outdoors these days. Using interesting and natural elements is gorgeous. Depending on the actual ceremony spot, you can create a carpet of petals that lay right on top of the grass or ground or line the edges of the aisle with them. These pretty stone paths don’t need much to accentuate them. Just a little dress up to blend everything together.
Candles can be a little difficult because their light is useless during a day event but boy do we love them. A grouping of candles is still pretty no matter what time of day and when it does come to night weddings, the ambient glow of an entire room of them is AMAZING.Unique and alternative runners will add an element of decor that your guests will be impressed with. Stay out of the dirt and sand with a bamboo, leaf or straw runner or some sort. They look great and serve a purpose, too!Lastly, back to flowers because, well, we love flowers. I love the idea of lining the aisle with petal cones. It plays up the casual feel of the benches and park setting and serve a purpose, like the runners. Kill two birds with one stone and line your aisle and create the perfect photo op as you exit with your hubby to a shower of petals! Depending on the whole theme of your event, the style of arrangement and container they’re in as they flank the walkway, makes all the difference. Mason jars play up a casual, outdoor atmosphere and a line of full florals is more elegant.