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Aisle Runners

December 21, 2013

Aisle runners have become more and more elaborate in the past couple of years. A bride and groom can pick their monogram or a favorite saying. The most popular is “They Lived Happily Ever After”.  Traditionally the aisle runner was white to symbolize walking on holy ground. In some instances it was red to ward off the evil spirits. Today it’s a reflection of the bride and grooms style. Take a look at these runners for inspiration.

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