Our Favorite Spring Wedding Aisle Décor Ideas

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It’s officially spring, a wonderful time of year to get married! Today we thought we’d spotlight some of our favorite aisle décor ideas for spring weddings. Let us know what you think about these:

Baby’s breath. This is one of our favorites! Bundles of baby’s breath are sweet and pretty, perfect for weddings. It’s also among the least expensive floral you can buy. Feature baby’s breath in tin pails, milk pitchers, bushel baskets, or other containers that suit your theme.

baby's breath aisle decor

Strings of pearls. Drape long strands of faux pearls from chair to chair along the aisle. Where the pearls are gathered, tie a bunch of flowers as an accent.

string of pearls aisle decor

Ribbons. Tie trailing ribbons on the end of each aisle chair in your wedding color(s). Create a tall arbor with trailing ribbons as your ceremony backdrop to tie it all together. They’ll look beautiful in the breeze if you’re having an outdoor wedding!

ribbon aisle decor

Bottles with wildflowers. Tie clear glass bottles or jars to the aisle chairs and place some colorful wildflowers in each one.

sunflower aisle decor

Easter eggs. If you celebrate Easter, this is the perfect time of year to fill wire baskets with Easter eggs in beautiful pastel colors. You can even hide the eggs after the ceremony for the younger guests to hunt during the reception.

Potted flowers. Terra cotta flower pots epitomize spring. Tie ribbons around them and fill them with your favorite spring flowers, like tulips, daisies, or calla lilies, and group them at the base of the aisle chairs.

potted flower aisle decor

Spring wreaths. Wind pretty spring flowers through wreaths of woven twigs and place them over the aisle chairs. You can repurpose them as centerpieces by laying them on the tables and placing a few candles in the center of them.

Spring brings so many beautiful things! These are only a few aisle décor ideas. If you have some thoughts you’d like to contribute, please leave a comment.

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