We always love seeing brides inspiration for their aisle when they're planning their destination mountain wedding in Colorado with us. We'll sit down together in the Petal and Bean barn and share Pinterest boards of ideas and pull what we have from our shelves that fit those pictures. The aisle never needs to be neglected at an outdoor mountain wedding and our brides agree with us. Here are some pin ready ideas for dressing up the aisle from some of our favorite weddings last summer. Go ahead and pin away! I know you want to. Contact us to learn more about how we can help plan your wedding, vow renewal or elopement.
This first aisle decor is a DIY idea. This was a wedding at Ten Mile Station at the beginning of the summer. Snow still covered the mountain peaks and this white arrangement with baby's breath was the perfect compliment to the surroundings.
A petal pathway cover the aisle before even the flower girl can get to it for an even more dramatic aisle. The blush small bouquet strung from the ceremony chairs went with the bride's colors and the bridesmaid's bouquets at this Silverthorne, Colorado wedding. Photo by Laura Lee Anderson Photography at the Ski Tip Lodge.
What about this idea? Petals for the guest to throw after you walk back down the aisle as a married couple. Also, the aisle was lined with petite white flowers in metallic planters. Photos by Trystan Photography at Dry Gulch Placer.
Succulents and roses tied in birch adorned this aisle at a Seven's wedding in Breckenridge, Colorado. Photo by Kent Meireis at Ten Mile Station.
Notice that baby's breath was the most popular decor option in this series of aisle options. Photo by Jess Purple at the Keystone Ranch.
Baby's breath in burlap sacks, tied with ribbon. Just simple and gorgeous. That backdrop is from a Highland Wedding at Green Mountain Reservoir.