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Why You Need Wedding Aisle Pieces

While wedding days are filled with many beautiful moments, the most important part of the day is the actual ceremony itself! Because of this, you should consider including floral installations in your ceremony. They can enhance, elevate, and create a beautiful space for this important moment. There are several ways to include floral installations in your wedding ceremony, but one of my favorite ways to do this is by using aisle pieces.

Wedding Aisle Pieces
Photo By Kendra Bird

Aisle Piece Options

Aisle pieces help direct focus to the bride as she walks down the aisle. They can be big, small, or somewhere in between. Aisle pieces can also be placed strategically to create the most impact for your specific setting. This can mean placing them only at the beginning and end of the aisle, lining the entire aisle, or using them to create a meandering pathway that is more natural. The options are endless!

Angel and Kenny’s Ceremony

aisle pieces
Photo By: Kendra Bird

This last fall I had the opportunity to do one of my favorite aisle piece weddings so far! The couple’s ceremony was at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Draper, Utah.  The ceremony space was very large, and we decided to put the aisle pieces at the base of every other row. This helped spread them out and also fill up the large space. The white and green color palette of the aisle pieces enhanced the beauty of the room while also bringing a bit of nature to the space. Rather than distract from the ceremony, the simplicity and beauty of the florals added to it.

After the ceremony, we were able to repurpose the aisle pieces for the wedding reception. Repurposing is another huge bonus of using aisle pieces. They are fairly easy to move and use in different locations throughout the day!

Why You Need Wedding Aisle Pieces

When planning your wedding florals, I strongly recommend thinking about aisle pieces! They create a wow factor that will enhance and add beauty to your ceremony in a way that other floral pieces cannot. They are then able to be reused throughout your day in various ways. You truly can’t go wrong with aisle pieces.

If you’re looking for a florist who has experience doing aisle pieces, learn more here!

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