Pretty Ceremony Aisle Arrangements: Potted Plants

Pretty Ceremony Aisle Arrangements: Potted Plants

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Fresh-cut flowers are, of course, a pretty way to decorate the ceremony aisle, but here's a more unique idea to consider: potted plants. Whether you decide to leave it to your florist (potted plants are likely more affordable than floral arrangements) or decide to tackle this on your own as a DIY project, there are tons of creative ways to incorporate pots and planters into your ceremony aisle decor. Check out some of our favorite ideas below.

Wood Boxes with Queen Anne's Lace (above): For this couple's woodland ceremony setting, their florist lined the aisle with low, wooden planter boxes brimming with lush Queen Anne's lace.

Photo: Tec Petaja

Copper Pails: If you're having a fall ceremony, opt for burnished copper pails filled with branches and leaves in autumnal hues.


Photo: Gabriel Ryan Photographers

Orange Trees: To create a whimsical, Palm Springs vibe, florist Carissa Jones of JL Designs lined the aisle with mini orange trees set in pots with green moss.

Photo: Pat Moyer

Potted Plants & Herbs: For an easy and inexpensive idea, decorate the aisle with a pair of potted plants or fresh herbs.

Photo: Jimena Roquero Photography

Olive Trees: Miniature olive trees wrapped in burlap or linen help create a rustic-yet-elegant ceremony look.

Photo: Megan Welker

Planter Boxes: Wooden planter boxes overflowing with lush greenery perfectly complemented this couple's winery setting.

Photo: Jonathan Canlas

Lavender: Aluminum pails filled with fresh, fragrant lavender is a simple and chic idea.

Photo: Jonathan Canlas

Topiaries: Potted topiaries will infuse a classic outdoor setting with contemporary charm.