Walking down the aisle on your big day is one of the most amazing feelings a bride can have in her life. It is your shining moment, and the beginning of this event you have been waiting for. In order to make this moment perfect , why not add a little drama to your walk through some specacular asile decor. There are so many things to choose from to dress up your aisle. There’s the traditional aisle runner, flowers on the pews (or chairs for non church weddings), there are petals on the aisle, the list goes on and on. The classic example of the simple way to put a touch on the aisle is with rose petals. Rose petals are a sign of luck for the future. They can be pre placed on the aisle or put down by a flower girl. They add a small little touch to your event that is very traditional.
The outdoor wedding usually requires some sort of creativity and personalization. An aisle way can be traditional and straight, or long and curvy. Sam and Brad chose to make their walk slightly longer then is traditionally taken, but it made for a dramatic entrance that could be enjoyed by Sam, her parents, Steven and Wendy, and all of the guests. Because it was an outdoor wedding and red clay lined the pathway, we chose to create a aisle covering that was made of a natural material, seagrass, to compliment the surroundings. This aisle cover doubled as a protective layer that allowed guests, and the Bride, to walk without worry of damaging their hemlines. sam and bradLindsay and Jeff had a fun home garden wedding that gave us the opportunity to make the sweetest accent for their aisle. It was lined with hanging mason jars filled with garden flowers that perfectly fit into the garden that the ceremony took place in. So fun!lindsay and jeff Candles also add a fantastic and dramatic touch to an evening wedding. Even if it is not dark out when the ceremony takes place, the idea of candles lighting the way as a bride walks down the aisle is something magical. candles
A church in itself can be beautiful, but adding your own style to it can take it from common to personal. And it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. This simple baby’s breath wreath (below), placed on every pew, adds a precious and cheerful, yet inexpensive touch that lets people know there is a wedding taking place. Of course we LOVE flowers, so adding multiple flower arrangements down each side of the aisle is a great way to dress things up. churchWe love adding all of the touches to a bride and groom’s special day that help make it a day they will never forget. The aisle is sometimes overlooked, but really should be one of the first places to start.. Whether simple or extravegant, pay some attention to that runway and make your entrance special. Be creative, this is yet another way you can share a bit of your personality with your guests.