Rose Print Wedding Aisle Runner
Best Purchase Ever
This aisle runner is wonderful. The pattern is very elegant.
August 23, 2011
Just as expected...Very Happy
Ordered this aisle runner over others mostly because of the price. 100 ft is exactly what we needed and I didn't like the corny two hearts. It's elegent and the roses are very small so from far away you will see the texture of the runner (as opposed to having a pattern free one) but you have to be close to see the actual roses. It's simple and elegent. Will follow up on this review once I walk down it to see how it holds up.
May 4, 2012
We looked for the perfect wedding isle runner that would not break our budget. Plus, we wanted a beautiful runner. We found it at Oriental Trading. We used this rose print wedding isle runner for our outdoor wedding in the mountains. It was laid on a handmade brick and cobblestone courtyard. We used double-sided tape to hold the runner down along both edges We were also able to fold the runner at an angle to go around a tree and fold it up and over a step onto a gazebo which served as our altar. Not once did it rip or tear, nor did the mountain breezes rip it or blow it away or even ruffle it prior to or during the evening ceremony. We even had more than half a roll left to use for other occasions. This runner was a great value and well worth it. Thank you.
January 19, 2012
Not good for outdoor ceremony
We were going to make a runway for the bride to walk down at a mountain top site. What we didn't take into consideration was how light the runner was. It blew every which way with the wind and we ending up not using it at all. I do not suggest using it outdoors.
If you are using it inside, it would be perfect for places other than a church. I think it looked a little cheap and was only wide enough for one person to walk down on it.
October 4, 2010
I had a small problem when ordering but these guys are great for helping work thinkgs out. The runner was beautiful and worked great for outside and high heels. Deffently better looking in person than on the pics.
October 8, 2009