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Wedding Decor: 20 of the Prettiest Pew Ends

Your wedding ceremony will be one of the most meaningful and memorable parts of the your day so while lots of attention is often given to the reception décor, don’t forget to give your ceremony space some attention too. In terms of the ceremony, there are two main spots to decorate – the aisle and the altar. Pew ends are a simple and pretty way to create a gorgeous romantic ambience and bring some colour and personality to your ceremony or if you’re after a red carpet entrance, runners are a quick and easy way to spruce up your aisle.

When it comes to decorating your aisle, there are a few things to think about – firstly if you’re having a church wedding, you may not be allowed use the likes of Blu Tack or Sellotape to attach your pew ends so you’ll have to rely on ribbon or string to keep them sitting pretty. And of course, if you’re having an outdoor ceremony, you’ll need to ensure your pew ends are extra secure should the wind make an appearance. There are lots of pew ends styles out there to suit all styles of couples and of course all budgets from bows to a bunch of gloriously romantic flowers hanging from mason jars. If you’re after some budget friendly options, simple home-made ribbons and bunches of baby’s breath are simple but effective ways to create a striking pew end or if you’re after something a little more elaborate, there are some beautiful pieces below to inspire, from lanterns to wicker hearts to frames with childhood photos and even cushions for those after something completely different. Here are 20 pretty ways to brighten up your aisles…

 

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ribbon-floral-pew-ends

Image by Paula O’Hara via Style Me Pretty

rustic-hanging-mason-jar-pew-ends

Image by Adam Barnes Fine Art Photography via Wedding Chicks

simple-ribbon-pew-ends

Image by Caught the Light Photography via Style Me Pretty

wicker-heart-pew-ends

Image by Katy Lunsford Photography via Bridal Musings

sash-pew-ends

Image via Colin Cowie Weddings

rustic-pew-ends

Image by Braedon Photography via Ruffled

photo-frame-pew-ends

Image by Lori Gail Photography

lavender-cream-bow-pew-ends

Image by Insight Photography via real wedding

kissing-ball-pomanders-pew-ends

Image by Zev Fisher Photography

framed-photograph-pew-ends

Image by Lauren Galloway Photography via Fab You Bliss

cushion-pew-ends

Image by Timwill Photography

paper-cone-rosette-pew-ends

Image by Travis J Photpgraphy via My Lovely Wedding

cone-pew-ends

Image by Lois Mathews

lantern-pew-ends-aisle

Image by Ebony & Pearl Photography via real wedding

petals-lantern-pew-ends

Image by Paige Jones via Style Me Pretty

burlap-bow-baby's-breath-pew-ends

Image by Closer to Love Photography

metal-bucket-pew-ends

Image by Circus Photography via real wedding

reserved-sign-pew-end

Image by Heidi Ryder Photography

ribbon-cordoned-off-pew-ends-reserved

Image by Esther Sun Photography via Style Me Pretty

Main Image: Image by Michelle Prunty via real wedding

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Pamela Mahon

Pamela Mahon

Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.

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