What color should the aisle runner be?

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What color should the aisle runner be?

Aisle runner color. This is why the most popular color for a wedding aisle runner is white – no matter what your theme color is (red, brown, purple, or otherwise), white will always work well with any color palette.

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

Wedding guests should be should be escorted along the outside of the seating area, not down the middle aisle. Another option is to roll out the runner from the front to back, after everyone has been seated. The most popular and traditional runner is the white aisle runner, but often a red aisle runner will be used.

What material is best for an aisle runner?

Cotton muslin is a favorite for aisle runners. Among the benefits are that it comes in a variety of weights and colors. White is fine but eye-catching blue or gray muslin aisle runners are all options.

Who pulls the aisle runner at a wedding?

If your aisle runner is going to be rolled out for the Bridal Entrance (a very common practice), it’s likely done by two individuals (often groomsmen or ushers) and it always is much harder than they’re anticipating.

Who rolls out the aisle runner?

No matter where you plan to say, “I do,” an aisle runner makes the ceremony site look complete. Traditionally, ceremony ushers roll out the runner (which is secured near the altar) from altar to aisle entrance to signal the start of the processional.

How long should an aisle runner be for a wedding?

What size aisle runner do I need? Wedding aisle runners are typically 3-4 feet wide. If your wedding party consists of many couples walking arm-in-arm, a 4ft runner is a good choice for comfortability and will look great in photos. It will also provide ample space between the guests on each side of the aisle.

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How do you keep an aisle runner in place?

How to Keep an Aisle Runner in Place

  1. Use tent pigs.
  2. Secure the aisle runner with double-sided tape.
  3. Place flower pots at the edges of a runner.
  4. Use glue to secure a paper aisle runner on a slippery surface.

Who walks on the aisle runner?

When used to accentuate a bride’s entrance the aisle runner should not be deployed before the ceremony begins, as everyone will walk on it, or even before the entrance of the bridal party. The only people who should walk on an aisle runner before a bride are the the ring bearer and flower girl.

Can you use an aisle runner on grass?

“The type of runner you choose should be indicative of the surface you are setting it on,” says Keegan. A fabric runner on grass isn’t the best idea, for example, especially if guests (and the bride!) will be wearing heels. “It leaves a lot of uneven surface area and is just a trap to get stuck or trip,” says Keegan.

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