How do you roll out an aisle runner for a wedding?

How do you secure the aisle runner on grass?

Indoor weddings are simple—just tape down the edges as you’re going along the aisle. Ideally, you’ll want to use double-sided tape to keep a clean-cut look. For outdoor weddings, you’ll need some pegs to hammer through the aisle runner and into the ground.

How do I keep my wedding aisle runner in place?

Secure the fabric to the wood with glue or small staples. 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.

Should I have an 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.

What do you do with the aisle runner after a wedding?

They can also be repurposed or reused in a variety of ways. 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.

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Does everyone walk on the aisle runner?

After the wedding, the entire wedding party will walk on the runner, and guests will walk on the runner as well, since everyone will most likely be walking out of the church via the center aisle.

Can you cut an aisle runner?

03. Aisle runners need to be cut and secured after placing. Because your aisle runner has been rolled up for a while, as it’s unrolled and drawn to the back the ceremony aisle, it will eventually reach the end of the roll. At which point it may start to curl back, depending on the material.

What is a wedding rug?

Ceremony Rugs

A newer trend in wedding rugs is a ceremony rug. Many couples are choosing to tie the knot on a distinctive carpet, that sets them apart from the rest of the room. After the wedding, couples place the rug in the home as a reminder of their commitment to one another.