Mixing the decorum of vintage designs with present-day notions, our Vintage Personalised Aisle Runners is the perfect combination of aged grace and modern splendor. These Vintage Personalised Aisle Runners flaunt a design that’s sure to enchant, this line is a beautiful way to help theme your big day and give your guests a little taste of what your wedding will be all about. From the save the dates to the thank you notes, let your love of vintage charm shine with this versatile stationery collection. Decorate your way to the altar with this exquisite aisle runner. Designed with vintage glamor as its inspiration, this pretty aisle runner is the perfect accessory to make your walk down the aisle even more special.
What is non-woven fabric?
Non-woven fabric is created using a heat process to entangle fibers. The result is an engineered material that mimics the appearance and texture of sheer woven fabric without being as delicate. Because of this, each aisle runner is resistant to tearing yet intended for a single use. The translucent nature of the material allows the natural wood grain of chapel floors or other floor surfaces beneath to intermingle with your chosen design, adding romance and softness to your wedding aisle.
• 1 m (W) x 23 m (L)
Q: Can the aisle runners be used on the carpet in churches and walked on with high heeled shoes?
A: If you are planning to wear high heeled shoes, our aisle runners are best used on a solid surface such as hardwood, cement or compact carpet to avoid punctures. If necessary, a solid surface can be created using sheets of plywood or a similar product. Consider this method if placing an aisle runner over sand, grass, carpet or any other surface that has a lot of flex to it.
Q: Do the back of the aisle runner have a non slip coating? is it safe to be laid down for guest to walk on to take their seats before the ceremony begins, or should it only be laid down just before the bride walks down the isle?
A: They do not have a non slip coating. An isle runner can be rolled out before the bride walks down, or if put down before, guests are seated from the other isles and slide across to the middle so the isle runner does not get dirty or damage before the bride walks down the isle. These work well on most floors, but if you do have a slippery floor use two sided tape in a few area’s to hold in place.