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Aisle runner outdoors?

I'm stumped thinking about an aisle runner/decor for our outdoor ceremony. The wedding is on a hill and is often times pretty windy, so anything light or even flower petals are a no go. What suggestions do you have for defining the aisle without a typical runner? 

Re: Aisle runner outdoors?

  • When you set up the chairs, leave an aisle between them. If you want to get fancy, put a flower arrangement on either side of the start of the aisle. 
    lyndausvi
  • lyndausvilyndausvi Western Slope, Colorado mod
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    When you set up the chairs, leave an aisle between them. If you want to get fancy, put a flower arrangement on either side of the start of the aisle. 
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    We had a beach buckets with flowers lining the aisle.






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  • climbingsingleclimbingsingle NYC 'burbs member
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    I got married outside in a garden, so I didn't add any decorations. I didn't have an aisle runner or any floral decorations added - just chairs and an aisle. It was nice to save money there, TBH. But you could definitely add some potted flowers or plants to define the aisle. 

    amandaplz
  • Potted plants, I love that idea! I've been trying to think of ways to incorporate lots of plants. Thank you!
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