17 Awesome Ideas For Your Ceremony Aisle

Figuring out wedding decorations for your ceremony can often be first on your “To Do” list. They can also be what takes your budget from on track to out of whack. But they don’t have to be!

The more ideas you can envision for your wedding decorations–particularly for your ceremony aisle–the easier it’ll be to save money. Seeing as many options as possible will give you inexpensive yet just as awesome alternatives for those giant, floral pedestals that your wedding planner insists you need. Which is why we’ve compiled 17 of our favorite wedding decorations for your ceremony aisle, above. Whether you’re planning a spring, summer, fall, or winter wedding, there is an idea here for every wedding theme and budget. And while simple rose petals and candles will always look amazing, if you’re wanting something a little more out-of-the-box, we’ve found something for you, too! From pinwheels to palm fronds, there are so many creative wedding decorations you can use to take your ceremony aisle from boring to awesome.

How are you decorating your ceremony aisle? Talk to us in the comments section!

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  1. says: James Bergman

    These are all pretty great ideas! My favorites have to be using fallen leaves or flowers in mason jars to mark the aisle. Both are simple, and they both look great. However, I am leaning toward the mason jars idea. It would work better indoors than the leaves would, but I could line the walkway to the car with leaves and use them both.

  2. says: whitley

    hi! love all of these. any idea at all where to find rugs like in the one picture? cannot seem to locate any unless over a thousand dollars a piece! any tips would be great!