Use tree stumps to showcase flowers or fresh foliage, such as these eucalyptus bunches, to add to the rustic wedding atmosphere. If you want to add an elegant farmhouse vibe, you can utilize floating candles and vintage lanterns.
Aisle markers are what they sound like.
Aisles markers are one of the most popular ways to enhance your ceremony environment, whether you're getting married indoors or outside. Aisle markers have traditionally been simple flower arrangements with ribbons or candles. They're placed at the inner end of each chair row (or pew if you're getting married in a church) along the length of the aisle. The most popular method of displaying aisle markers is to tie them to chairs or pews with ribbons, but they can also be hung from shepherd's hooks or placed directly on the floor, depending on the sort of arrangement. You can limit your ceremony decor to two aisle markers displayed at the aisle entrance if you don't want aisle markers extending the entire length of the aisle. Looking for something a little different? Anything from paper cones filled with flower petals to signage, fabric sashes, tree stumps, seashells, or vintage knickknacks can be used as aisle markers.
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