Wedding season is officially here and I found the freshest trends for your aisle! Many 2021 weddings have been breaking all the rules and showing us brand new ways to decorate our wedding with flowers. I’ve poured over some of those weddings featuring FiftyFlowers couples as well as pulling in some new styles from the best of the best designers in the wedding industry. Your aisle is only a moment of your wedding, but its design is one that sets the tone for the exchange of your vows.
Keep scrolling to see this years must have aisle decor!
- Fluffy Babies Breath Only!
“Walking on a dream” vibes right here. These fluffy clouds of babies breath are giving these aisles some romantic and easy to DIY realness. How smart is the second designer to poke the stems directly into the sand? These Babies Breath Garlands make it even easier.
- Big Arrangements Down The Entire Aisle
The wedding boom is on, and couples are showing that in these large, dramatic seating row arrangements. Pro-tip, you can repurpose these arrangements at your reception!
- Minimal Flowers + Green Tied to Chairs
For the lover of the chic, simple vibe, but also not breaking the bank for an elegant flower design. Use flowers like carnations, mums, and tropicals that can last long periods out of the water, or have someone from your DIY design team in charge of placing them before the ceremony starts, and returning them to water as soon as possible.
- Large Aisle Entrance Bouquets
You deserve a grand entrance! These arrangements give the front of your aisle the drama it deserves but doesn’t steal the show from the more important ceremonial arch piece.
- Rose Petal Mania!
I know Flower Girls are cute, but sometimes you gotta do the job yourself. Laying down thick, luscious rows of fresh rose petals is a rising trend, and a quick, money-saving DIY hack. Or create a “rose carpet” effect like the second picture to make your walk down the aisle feel like a dream. Check out our petals here!
- Flower Stems Seemingly Blossoming From Ground
I love this look for the artistic illusion. The professional designers found crafty ways to use the ground as the “vase” to hold the flowers upright. You can do this by creating a small hole for a water vile to sit and then covering it back with grass or moss.
- Hanging Floral Arrangements
This trend is for the couple who appreciates a good art piece and knows their wedding would be incomplete without it. Hanging floral installations are easy to make, just check out this video, and give your guests and your wedding an elevated sense of creativity and whimsy.
Interested in learning how to make your own aisle flowers, check out our latest video where I show you how to make your own chair piece aisle arrangements!
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