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It seems all the buzz in planning out wedding decor seems to center on the site of the reception site.  The ceremony site is important too though! Especially the aisle, the first place you will be making your appearance on your big day! In reality, we really want all of the attention on us as we walk down th... read more

It seems all the buzz in planning out wedding decor seems to center on the site of the reception site.  The ceremony site is important too though! Especially the aisle, the first place you will be making your appearance on your big day! In reality, we really want all of the attention on us as we walk down the aisle, but setting the stage with pretty aisle decor is sure to make you look even better!

I think that this long aisle made out of rose petals and lined with large vases is just gorgeous.

The mix of these bright yellow flowers and fresh lemon slices creates such a cool and fresh blend.

yellow ceremony flowers
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It seems like these days the current style is to hang pomanders from the end chairs by the aisle.  Why not switch it up and place them more on display by placing them on something like these mosaic columns!

wedding aisle decor
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Or, switch it up and instead of hanging them on chairs, hang them from flower basket hangers.

wedding ceremony pomanders
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If you do want to hang something from the chairs, choose something unique like these flowers placed in cute white buckets.

wedding ceremony flowers
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Even just having an aisle runner will help dress up the ceremony.  Go with a simple white patterned runner and dress it up with flower petals and candles…

wedding aisle decor
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…or choose a more bold patterned runner and leave it bare!

fun wedding aisle runner
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Go big or go small, but don’t forget aisle decorations entirely!

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