Pew Power: Unique Ideas for Aisle Style
Aisle say! Invitations hint at and set the tone for guests' expectations of the wedding event. The aisle and pew decorations hit the wedding's tone home. The pew and aisle style are perhaps one of the first settings your guests will see upon arrival at your wedding, and at that very moment, the stage is set!
All ahh-glow! In the image above, see how to you can make the ceremony setting intimate and romantic with candle light aglow from frosted vases on either side of the aisle. This concept is perfect for settings where natural light is non-existent. (Above image designed by B.Belle Events and photographed by Rebecca Kiger Fotografia.)
For a touch of whimsy and a fresh look that will give your wedding décor some texture, experiment with different wreaths to hang on the church pews or around your reception site. Consider making your own wreaths or purchasing already-made wreaths that incorporate fresh and silk flowers, feathers, crystals, rustic greenery and branches, and other decorative pieces. (Photo courtesy of Justin & Mary Marantz.)
Leave your mark with scrolls of petals—for added sophistication and when a carpet of petals alone is not enough.
Above, below, and beyond—a trifecta of vases with submerged florals lining the aisle, hung crystals, and pomander balls make for a modern impact perfect for a grand entry.
Fresh and sweet—ribbon and mini-buckets of blooms make for a darling entry.
Lead the way with deco lanterns—simple, subtle, and perfect for the minimalist couple.
A midsummer's day dream—for an enchanting setting, float candles in large hurricane vases and blanket the aisle with rose petals. This is sure to set the scene for an idyllic summer setting.
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