What fabric are aisle runners?

Hewitt Aisle Runners are made of durable non-woven rayon FABRIC appropriate for use in doors or out.

What can you use instead of an aisle runner?

A cost-effective and easy alternative to the average aisle runner is a vintage carpet. You can find beautiful and inexpensive Persian rugs at most antique shops, and the extra touch will add a bohemian feel to your ceremony d├ęcor.

What is a wedding aisle runner made of?

Canvas aisle runners are extremely durable, and suitable for both indoor and outdoor weddings. They’re also non-slip, and made from a mixture of cotton, linen and sometimes PVC.

What is the size of an aisle runner?

3-4 feet wide
What size aisle runner do I need? Wedding aisle runners are typically 3-4 feet wide. If your wedding party consists of many couples walking arm-in-arm, a 4ft runner is a good choice for comfortability and will look great in photos.

Do I need an aisle runner?

Today, most indoor locations don’t suffer from guests tracking in dirt and mud, but many brides choose to use aisle runners anyway as they lend a “regal” touch to the ceremony, though they are completely optional.

Do I need a wedding aisle runner?

Who walks on aisle runner?

When used to accentuate a bride’s entrance the aisle runner should not be deployed before the ceremony begins, as everyone will walk on it, or even before the entrance of the bridal party. The only people who should walk on an aisle runner before a bride are the the ring bearer and flower girl.

Who unrolls the aisle runner?

Traditionally, ceremony ushers roll out the runner (which is secured near the altar) from altar to aisle entrance to signal the start of the processional. And if you’re a traditional bride getting married in a traditional church ceremony, this may be the path you choose.

Who walks on the aisle runner?