Personalized Two Hearts Print Wedding Aisle Runner
My fiance and I are on a budget and don't mind not having the fanciest decor as long as they are "us". This item is perfect for that. The lettering is very clear and while the end may be a bit beat up, there is plenty of extra to trim (which I think is the intent). Overall very cute though keep in mind you will need a place to put the roll at the end.
January 15, 2012
It is very clear in the picture how the personalization appears. With that being said every wedding I have been to you pull the aisle runner from the front of the church to the back. But with this personalization you have to pull the aisle runner from the back of the church to the front, so the bride has to step over any leftover roll. I do like the quality of the material, just sorry now that I got it personalized.
March 24, 2011
Not exactly what I expected BUT beautiful!
I was super excited to get my aisle runner and slightly disappointed when I got it..
The good news is that it looks kind of like a cream color in the picture but it arrived and is a crisp clean white! The printing of our names and date came out beautifully!
Bad news is.. It isn't really very see-through like it looks in the picture. You can't really even see the two hearts design. It's a lot thicker than what it looks like in the picture which is good if you're planning on wearing heels with your gown or with your bridesmaids dresses, not so good if you want your guests to notice the pretty design! Also, the edges aren't very crisp. The ends where they cut the fabric are crooked and unfinished looking. I'm just gonna trim it up to a straight edge.
Overall I would recommend this product because it's about half the price of any other personalized runner which was perfect for us since we are paying for our own wedding and I love the personalization!!
We're actually planning on cutting out the portion with our names and the date and framing it as a keepsake after the big day. We plan to have guests sign a black photo mat with silver markers and laying it over the aisle runner inside the frame!
August 6, 2010