Help! I've officially hit the first disagreement with my future mother-in-law. I was planning to use tulle down the aisle drapping it from the back of the aisle up to the front, leaving the first few pews open. I thought I could put the aisle runner down with roses and flowers which would sort of block off guests from entering the pews from the center of the aisle. So they would be ushered in through the sides. I attached a picture of what I was thinking... keeping in mind our ceremony will be held at a church. Also note - family would be ushered down the center of the aisle and seated in the front few pews without the tulle on the sides.
So anyways.... I just received a call from my futher mother-in-law saying she thought "it was rude to herd people down the side of the pews as if they're 'not good enough' to walk down the center". And that she "very strongly" disagrees with me using the tulle like that and she would never make her friends do that and she's never seen it done at a wedding before.
I NEVER thought it was a rude jester, and was more so going for the grand look of walking into the church and seeing the complete picture of everything. I thought it would be elegant and make walking down the aisle a little more special. Am I wrong here? Should I not use the tulle like that?