Who walks on the wedding aisle runner?
Technically, the bridal party is permitted to walk on the runner in order to get to the front of the church. The runner should be rolled out before the wedding party starts to enter, since the flower girls, ring bearer, bridesmaids and groomsmen should walk down the runner to make for good pictures during the ceremony.
Do I need a wedding aisle runner?
Today, most indoor locations don’t suffer from guests tracking in dirt and mud, but many brides choose to use aisle runners anyway as they lend a “regal” touch to the ceremony, though they are completely optional.
How do I weigh down my aisle runner?
Hide staples by lining both edges of the runner with flower petals, fall leaves or large confetti. Keep the aisle runner from catching a breeze by placing decorative stones, heavy pumpkins or potted plants every three to five feet to weigh down the runner.
How do you tape down aisle runners?
Make sure your runner has a non-slip backing as well. Tape your aisle runner to the ground if you have a hard, flat surface, like a patio, to work with for the ceremony. Use heavy duty, double-sided tape to affix it to the ground. Tape the runner all the way down each side to ensure that it stays down.
What color should the aisle runner be?
The most popular and traditional runner is the white aisle runner, but often a red aisle runner will be used. Many brides are breaking from the traditional white and going with a runner that matches their color scheme.
Can you cut an aisle runner?
Aisle runners need to be cut and secured after placing.
At which point it may start to curl back, depending on the material.
What do you do with the aisle runner after a wedding?
Many people opt to cut out the monogrammed portion of their personalized aisle runner and then frame it to hang within the home. This enables you to display your favorite portion of the aisle runner, usually along with other keepsakes from the wedding nearby.
What is average width for an aisle runner?
Whether your aisle runner is plain or personalized, the chart on the right shows pricing for an aisle runner in either White or Ivory. Our standard width is 42 inches. Other widths are available, please call for a quote.
How long should my aisle be?
When picking the length of a runner, consider keeping an extra five-10 feet to climb up to the ceremonial area. In addition, the length will require about 17 feet for five rows, 18 feet for six rows, 22 feet for seven rows, and about 2.5 feet per row thereafter.