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  • Kelly Arendt

    Ombre flower petal aisle runner (shades of grey instead of pink).

  • Cris More

    Ombre is such a pretty wedding trend.  I love the gradient of colors - from light to dark. It can work on cakes, wedding flowers, dresses, aisles, lighting, an

  • Exclusively Weddings

    Pink and red wedding ideas. Ombre aisle

  • Tereza Huffman

    my 12000 petals work, ombre aisle runner : wedding aisle runner ceremony diy ombre pink pink aisle runner runner Ombre Wedding Aislex C

  • Heather Loughridge

    Ombre Rose Petal Aisle This ombre rose petal aisle is a stunner. To create, choose rose petals in 4-5 shades, lay them out and blur the lines where the colors meet. It may be impractical but i love it!

  • Rachel VonAchen

    Ombre pink rose petal aisle runner I want to walk on rose petals when I come down the aisle. I have this same picture in my wedding book.

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So simple and chic!!! Love these! Could be used in a number of ways & hung in a any space really. Could add a touch of color to the burlap itself or let the accent color shine through the flowers...Mama like.

Sequins instead of flower petals - what a great idea. Sweep them up and put them in a clear glass ornament with the wedding date on it for the Christmas tree as a reminder!

Cute aisle with the hay bales and quilts of course!