Aisle Style : Lovely ideas for ceremony flowers

Aisle decor of any kind- pew markers, lush planters, petal-strewn walkways, floral arbors or fabulous flower-filled urns are all lovely ways to set the tone of your big day and share a lasting first impression with your guests. Will your ceremony flowers be natural and green, neatly gathered in a painterly palette, over-the-top ombré, or delicate and spartan? I love designing ceremony flowers to fit into the over-arching feel of the upcoming reception, and I personally love when they mimic the landscape and just seemingly “belong”.

ceremony flowers down the aisle

Here we gathered fresh heather + euphorbia into old French pots to add a little natural interest to Paige + Stodd’s Blackberry Farm nuptials, also featured here. {A Bryan Photo}

ceremony aisle flowers and planters

I’m loving the raw wood elevators topped with the softer + more feminine oval planters . . . plus they heighten the drama by lifting the ceremony aisle flowers off the ground. {Flowerwild}

mixed ceremony flower planters

Mindy Rice always nails it, and this eclectic mix of clustered planters with interesting greenery is no exception.

blooming cherry ceremony flowers

Leave it to Martha Stewart Weddings to tantalize us with abundant blooming quince (or cherry) in sleek grey planters as a stunning ceremony flower concept. Just remember- this idea is only possible within a small window in the calendar year.

lush flower planter and flower petal aisle

For some, nothing beats a petal-laden ceremony aisle replete with lush flowers in elevated stone urns. {Mod Wedding}