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Rose Petal Aisle Styles and How to Calculate Petals Needed | Flyboy Naturals
Rose Petal Aisle Styles and How to Calculate Petals Needed
One of the most popular ways to use rose petals (or hydrangea petals or lilac petals) in a wedding is for the aisle. And while a light scattering of petals is traditional, brides now are choosing to create all kinds of different aisles with their petals. From lush carpets to swirls and shapes of all kinds. Need some ideas? Read on to get inspired and then see how to calculate the amount of petals you will need to create your desired aisle design!
Scattering of Petals
Scattering of White Petals in an Outdoor Wedding
We love the way they hung several petal cones on each chair along the aisle...don't you?
Bridal White Rose Petals are the perfect choice to create this look at your wedding.
Scattering of Red Rose Petals
We offer many different red rose petals or our custom blend of Wedding Red Petals to create this
look. Source: http://www.projectwedding.com/photos/41123/106236
Scattering of White Petals in a Beautiful Setting
Several petal options for this aisle would be Bridal White Rose Petals, French Lace Petals, Iceberg
or Porcelana Rose Petals. Source: http://cedarwoodweddings.com/2013/03/sparkling-farm-style-anitaed/
Scattering of Yellow Petals on the Beach
Several great petal choices for this yellow aisle are Sparks Will Fly, Ch-Ching or Shockwave Rose Petals.
Runners on each side of the Aisle
Red Petals Lining the Aisle
Choose Bridal Red Rose Petals or Falling in Love Rose Petals if this is your dream wedding color!
Scalloped Edge Wedding Aisle
Love the scallop edges in this color? Then choose Bridal White Rose Petals, Bridal Red Rose Petals
& Super Nova Rose Petals. Source: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/238690848973271342/
Ombre Lined Aisle Runner
Simple & elegant option...choose any of our 100 colors of petals to match your color palette
Bright Scalloped Aisle
Playful, fun & unexpected...is that your aisle style?
Swirls of Orange and Yellow Petals
Lush Swirls of White Petals
Swirls of Pink and White Rose Petals
Swirls of White Rose Petals
Colorful Circles Wedding Aisle
Diamond Aisle Design
Zig-Zag Petal Aisle
Source: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_NDiGyFi_deY/S8hyBiMKvkI/AAAAAAAAAxw/RhLE2Z_q064/s1600/MG_0223_0305_080.jpg (http://weddingsbygeorgia.blogspot.com/2010/04/ceremony-aisle-power-rose-petals-how-to.html)
Squares of Yellow and White Petals to define the aisle
Shapes and Petal Art
Red Rose Petal Hearts for a Wedding Aisle
Bridal Red Rose Petals all the way!
Hibiscus Flower Aisle Design
Paisley Patterned Wedding Aisle
So many creative ways to use rose petals for your wedding aisle...what is your style?
Read on to see more options!
Petal Cactus Aisle
Pink Ombre Petal Carpet
Shades of Fall Petal Carpet
Start at the front of your aisle & work your way towards the back to ensure you have full coverage where you will be standing for the majority of your photos...Crimson Bouquet Rose Petals, Fame Rose Petals, Fuchsia Rose Petals, Living Easy Rose Petals, Vavoom Rose Petals, Shockwave Rose Petals, Sparks Will Fly Rose Petals & finally Ch-Ching Rose Petals to create this stunning ombre wedding aisle.
Pretty Pastel Petal Carpet
Elegant White Petal Carpet
Yes please! Choose Bridal White Rose Petals or Iceberg Rose Petals for this beauty!
Wandering Aisle with White Petals
Combining rose petals with burlap or another fabric creates a unique, unexpected and stunning aisle!
We love the mounds of petals along the edges to define the wedding aisle.
Orange Petal Pathway
Winding White Petals
Pink Pathway of Petals
Now, how do you calculate how many petals you will need to create your desired design? First, you will need to determine a few things, like what style or design you want to create, how long and wide your aisle is and what coverage you would like, as in a light scattering or lush coverage. This chart can help you visualize the coverage...
If you choose a light scattering or a petal carpet, simply calculate the total square footage of your aisle and multiply that by the cups needed for your desired coverage. But what about if you want to do a pattern or a swirl? Some patterns, like the paisley, for example, could be determined by a little guesstimation. Say you want each paisley to be about four square feet, you want to do 5 of them and with 6 cups of petal coverage, so 4x5x6=120 cups, and if you keep it within your four square foot area you will have some extra petals, but always good to have too much than too little. Want to do a swirl? The best way to calculate this is to use string. Create the pattern you want by laying out the string and measuring the total length. Then determine how wide you want the pattern. Say your string winds up being 50 feet and you want your design to be 3 feet wide, so 50x3=150 and you want 4 cups worth of coverage, so 150x4, you will need 600 cups of petals.
Hope this gave you some inspiration and the knowledge to create the wedding aisle of your dreams! So, what aisle do you see in your future?