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My DIY Aisle Runners - Finally Done!

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cute! looks like alot of work. i've been working on flower garlands and it seems to be taking forever to complete them!

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very pretty! how do you plan on packing it with you?
I can pretty much just roll them up. One idea I had was to wrap them around a paper towel tube or cut down wrapping paper tube. But I'm either going to send them ahead of time to my WC or just bring them with me in one of my suitcases. When they get unrolled on the beach, they'll just need a little fluffing.

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If you don't want strips you can get the full aisle runner with petals attached on the sides (they're called petal valley aisle runners) from (Petal Aisle Runners and Carpets)

 

You can also get a FULL PETAL AISLE RUNNER which gives the spectacular effect on walking down a bed of rose petals on your wedding day - these are more expensive but totally gorgeous

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Here's the cost breakdown:
3400 silk petals (3 different shades of pink): $36.95 including shipping
2 roles of wide pink ribbon (15' each): about $6 (I had coupons)
Hot glue sticks & glue gun: Already had these
Total: $42.95ish.
Thanks so much for your idea; it turned out so beautiful and it didnt cost a lot at all. A little time consuming but its worth it I think :) My wedding is all the way in September so I have plenty of time.

Thanks again for this awsome DIY project!

xoxo

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