Your grand entrance down the aisle is one of the most special (and most photographed) moments during your wedding ceremony. Not to mention, you’re actually going to make that trip twice—with the second being when you exit as a newlywed, of course. So, basically, wedding aisle decor is something that you want to think about.
And just because you want to do something with it, doesn’t mean it has to be extravagant. In fact, as we searched through real weddings on Brides, we found that we were especially drawn to the simple setups. Tay Wall, of design company Bixby + Pine says their approach is to make it count by going big or just keep it simple. “If it doesn’t matter to you or isn’t in the budget, that’s okay. But, if you have a little extra to spend or want to make a whole moment out of it, then go for it,” she says.
Meet the Expert
- Tay Wall, along with Ash Aske and Jordan Wall, is one of the three founders and owners of Bixby + Pine, a wedding planning and design team that’s based out of the PNW.
- Brooke Heflin Cordero is a California-based international designer and the founder and director of luxury design and floristry service, Burlap & Bordeaux. She has traveled the world planning and designing beautiful destination weddings and events.
Your wedding aisle decor is really up to you. And just in case you’re at a loss for what to do—there are so many decisions to be made, after all—we have a few ideas for you.
So with that said, keep reading for more wedding aisle decor ideas. We can’t wait to see how you end up framing your special day.