Walking down the aisle on your wedding day could be some of the most important steps you take during your lifetime, so why walk a dull, unadorned pathway? We’re firm believers that if your wedding if full of elegance, beauty and personal touches, your aisle should not be forgotten in the design process. Continue reading for our favourite aisle-dressing ideas – there’s not a pew-end of gypsophila in sight…
An avenue of wild flowers means instant woodland vibes; perfect if you’re planning a garden wedding, indoors or out.
Our love affair with foliage continues: simple, effective, clean and green.
In India, it’s not uncommon for intricate mandalas to be drawn on the floor, transforming a surface from plain to exquisite, and it’s a sweet custom that can cross cultures.
Simply provide your most creative bridesmaid with some chalk and let her create something unique.
The pattern can be as simple or ambitious as your friend’s artistic abilities will allow!
Give hessian a facelift with a simple declaration, message or lyric printed onto the fabric.
Getting hitched at a venue with an industrial or stripped-bare feel? Add a little old fashioned femininity to your entrance or aisle with a vintage lace runner and see how a blank canvas is instantly softened.
Don’t simply scatter your rose petals; arrange them into something the photographer can get obsessed with (the petals can also be used as confetti after the ceremony, keeping your woodland or coastal wedding eco-friendly). Or line your aisle with mis-matched Persian rugs which can later become a nostalgic feature in your home, reminding you of your special day.