10 Personalized Aisle Runners to Inspire Your Ceremony

Flip through custom, artistic aisle designs from opulent weddings.

Your whimsical stroll down the aisle might be the pinnacle of your wedding – in some cases, you’re seeing your partner for the first time in their formal attire, and you’re being pulled together by some cosmic force that’s telling you to spend the rest of your life with one another. Okay, so that force is really your own propulsion, but there are so many newlyweds that will note the feeling they got while gliding toward their beloved. So, if this certain aspect of your nuptials holds such importance, you might as well put your best foot forward… and step out onto your own custom aisle runner.

Many event design companies – or aisle runner specialists like The Original Runner Company – offer extra personalization to your décor by sitting down with you to conceptualize your runner with a certain look. Some choose an elegant emblem that features their names and wedding date, while others select artful designs that run the length of the fabric. One of the newest trends is to forgo a traditional aisle runner and create one using flowers or flower petals crafted into ethereal shapes. Despite different tastes, each one represents a stunning “red carpet” for your service.

Get excited about personalized aisle runners with the motifs below, all included in real weddings. Click each photo for further inspiration!

Photo by Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings

Photo by Crystal Stokes Photography

Photo by Brett Matthews Photography; Aisle Runner by The Original Runner Company; Venue: Oheka Castle

Photo by Rob and Wynter Photography; Aisle Runner by The Original Runner Company

Photo by Paul Barnett PhotographerAisle Runner by The Original Runner Company; Consulting by Victoria Weddings & Events

Photo by Tim Otto Photography

Photo by Images by Berit, Inc.

Photo by Barnet Photography; Aisle Runner by The Original Runner Company

Photo by Bob & Dawn Davis PhotographyAisle Runner by The Original Runner Company; Consulting by Mindy Weiss Party Consultants

Photo by Elizabeth Messina

Find out how to create your own floral runner, see more ways to incorporate blooms into your ceremony, and view beautiful décor ideas perfect for a church vow exchange.

Authored by: Megan Simpson