Friday, April 29, 2016

Why a wedding aisle runner?

Some brides want a wedding with all the trimmings. But a wedding aisle runner is more than that. It defines the aisle, emphasizes a theme, brings in a color or makes a statement in addition to decorating the aisle. And let's not forget it keeps the bride's gown from sweeping the floor.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Special Keepsake Aisle Runner

Thanks to our client, Danielle who sent this photo of her wedding aisle runner transformed into a beautiful quilt that is used on the bed every single day!  This is a photo of it a year later after many washings and it's going strong!  This is a beautiful keepsake and a wonderful way to remember the day!

Monday, April 25, 2016

The FIRST Hand Painted Aisle Runner!

I am celebrating my wedding anniversary this month and I thought it would be fun to share this vintage photo of the FIRST hand painted wedding aisle runner that I did for my very own wedding back in April 1998!   You can see from the photo that there were no digital cameras back then!    Yep those are vines of morning glory flowers painted down the sides of a 125 foot aisle runner!  None of my wedding vendors had ever heard of such a thing and though I was completely crazy!  But I had to have it.   And you can have one too.....  www.starrynightdesignstudio.com
    

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Here Comes the Bride on This Perfect Wedding Aisle Runner

The aisle is set for the dramatic entrance of the majestic bride. This wedding aisle runner by Starry Night Design Studio starts and ends with a graceful design and cut out filigree. The center of the true fabric runner is painstakingly painted with an oversized last initial with adornments. And finally this perfect wedding decoration is framed by a wide black border. Need more bling? Add crystals or glitter.


Monday, April 18, 2016

A Magical Wedding Aisle Runner Adds Sparkle to the Ceremony

This wedding aisle runner by Starry Night Design Studio combines glamour and elegance. A white Safety Grip (non skid) fabric aisle runner serves as the artistic canvas to full first names in a wedding matching pink, written date and an oversized last initial in gray. And just to make it all sparkle, the last initial twinkles with beautiful faceted crystals to catch the ceremony light and provide a magical tone.


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