I just love when I receive photos after the wedding of brides and grooms I work with. I truly appreciate the time they take to send them to me. Sharneka sent me this photo today of her and her groom Kelvin on their happy day. Don't they make a gorgeous couple. They certainly look extremely happy.
The best advice I could offer when featuring a custom aisle runner for your ceremony, would be first to give the job of rolling out the runner to someone you trust. I realize sometimes you want to incorporate certain younger family members to possibly do the honors, but you want to make sure that whoever you choose will roll it out straight and secure it at both ends so it looks photo ready.
I have created countless aisle runners in the past eight years, and with that experience, learned not to have my brides depend on the venue to measure their aisle. More than a few of my brides gave me measurements the venue gave themn and were quite disappointed when the design they chose didn't fall where it should, or not even be rolled out because the aisle was measured longer than it actually was.
Chic Unique Aisle Runners has a brand new look. I am very excited to share with you all. It launched late last night.
I had an awesome web creator. His name is Nima Farsinejad, who also is an awesome photographer as well. I met him through the Weddingwire website, and I am sooo happy that I did. Take a look and see how much it has changed. It is easier to understand, pictures display nicer, and he added a lot of cool features to it.