The simple, extra wide white aisle from the Clinton wedding has to be one of my all-time favorite aisle looks. I love how there is nothing distracting from the bride who seems to be walking on clouds. If you are looking to take a step away from the traditional, then we have found a few of our other favorite ways to add style to your aisle.
While most aisle runners are around 36" wide, Signature Wedding Aisle Runners has extra wide options that can be as large as 66"-72" in width. This look is going to cost you quite a bit extra, however. If a clean white aisle is what you are aiming for, then be sure to push the chairs right up to the edge of the runner to maximize the look.
Exclusive Elements Allen + Roth Wallpaper
Add an unexpected pop with a patterned aisle runner. Exclusive Elements has a wide range of patterned runners available in anything from a fancy damask to a funky chevron. If your aisle's surface is hard, try a less expensive option by laying down a roll of wallpaper. A heavier, washable wallpaper works best such as the Allen + Roth Wallpaper we found at Lowe's.
If you have a friend (or a planner) who can hem, then fabric can be a pretty option. Start by searching sale and clearance rows of fabric for colors or patterns that match your wedding decor. This can keep the cost down to under $50 for shorter aisles. As with all runners, be sure to secure the fabric well to avoid any slipping and sliding.
Another one of our favorite aisle looks are rugs. This look works well for the more laid-back affair and adds a welcoming vibe for your guests. Buying lots of mismatched rugs can get extremely pricey, so we suggest borrowing rugs, scouring thrift stores, or simply buying one runner that can be found at places like Overstock.com for under $50.
Whether the look you choose is classic, funky, or relaxed, make sure your aisle reflect your style as a couple and you can't go wrong!