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Aisle Flowers

Aisle flowers are a great way to dress the aisle, drawing the eye to the bride as she breezes by. 

They usually provide an introduction to the colour scheme of the wedding and complement the bridal bouquet.

The most popular choice for aisle flowers is jars of flowers hung off the side of chairs.You can also hang them from shepherd’s crooks if you’re getting married outside or just place them on the floor next to your chairs. These can be on every row, alternate rows, or the two back and two front chairs. 

Many couples like these as you can re-use them after the ceremony to decorate other areas of the wedding venue, whether it's on tables as part of a table centrepiece, to brighten up cake tables, thank you card tables or the bar. 

We have a large collection of jars to borrow, however, lots of couples like to collect their own jars so when they can  give them away as gifts after the wedding.

There are lots of other alternatives to dress your aisle.

Runners of loose greenery down each side of the aisle look stunning.  Bunches of greenery tied onto chairs or Demijohns filled with pampas and greenery. Jugs of flowers on the floor or meadow boxes.

If you have an idea you would like to discuss, please contact us, as we can make whatever you would like.


Jar of peach coloured flowers. Nick Walker photography

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Foliage runners. Chris Giles photography

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Demijohns filled with Pampas and foliage

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Jar of flowers. Ross Talling photography


Bottles of pampas, grasses, foliage and berries. Phot by Andy Cameras

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Foliage posy tied to the chair

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