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PinkSleepingBeauty 03-19-2010 01:21 PM

Aisle Runners
 
Hey! Do Disney provide Aisle Runners for the Wedding Pavilion or do you have to go to an outside vendor? If Disney do, can anyone share the cost of them? Can they personalise them? How much do outside vendors charge? Thanks :thumbsup2 xx

girli565 03-19-2010 01:25 PM

Disney FLorist can provide one for you, I'm sure they'd even provide a monogramed one if you're willing to pay the price. I don't know the price exactly for just a normal white runner but I've heard it's pricey.

If you bring your own, Disney will not set it up for you, you'll have to designate one of your guests to put it down for you.

PinkSleepingBeauty 03-19-2010 02:20 PM

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Originally Posted by girli565 (Post 35896153)
Disney FLorist can provide one for you, I'm sure they'd even provide a monogramed one if you're willing to pay the price. I don't know the price exactly for just a normal white runner but I've heard it's pricey.

If you bring your own, Disney will not set it up for you, you'll have to designate one of your guests to put it down for you.

Hi, thanks for the reply! Guess i won't be bringing my own then! lol :rotfl:

Ann117 03-20-2010 09:42 AM

I just got quoted from disney for a aisle runner. It starts at $250 for a white runner. Then I just wanted then to write And They Live Happily Ever After with our wedding date and the total came to a little over $1,000:scared1:. I was not expecting that at all I mean I knew it would be more then other places but over 700 to personalize it. So I am getting it some where else. The only thing is like the other bride said you have to have someone set it up Disney suggested one of the groomsmen do it. I looked on line and I found someone to do it for less then $200 and she will use more then one color and made the runner wider to cover more of the carpet. She can also add ribbon on the sides but it cost a bit it more. Here is her website if you want to take a look http://www.coutureweddingonline.com/. I haven't gotten my runner yet but she has been very pleasant to work with and I have asked her a million questions. If you are using the wedding pavilion I know all the measurements of the aisle if you need them.

DisneyLeah 03-20-2010 09:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Ann117 (Post 35905471)
I just got quoted from disney for a aisle runner. It starts at $250 for a white runner. Then I just wanted then to write And They Live Happily Ever After with our wedding date and the total came to a little over $1,000:scared1:. I was not expecting that at all I mean I knew it would be more then other places but over 700 to personalize it. So I am getting it some where else. The only thing is like the other bride said you have to have someone set it up Disney suggested one of the groomsmen do it. I looked on line and I found someone to do it for less then $200 and she will use more then one color and made the runner wider to cover more of the carpet. She can also add ribbon on the sides but it cost a bit it more. Here is her website if you want to take a look http://www.coutureweddingonline.com/. I haven't gotten my runner yet but she has been very pleasant to work with and I have asked her a million questions. If you are using the wedding pavilion I know all the measurements of the aisle if you need them.

Thanks for the great info! I'll be using this information too! Would you be willing to post the WP measurements? I'm sure there are other brides like me who would like to have them.

Also, just wondering how you got the measurements?

thanks so much for the great tips!
Leah

Ann117 03-20-2010 11:42 AM

Yeah here are the measurements. I got all the measurements from my wedding planner.

From the door to the stairs is- 54 ft
so it would look like this
http://i692.photobucket.com/albums/v...isney08107.jpg

From the door to the head tables is- 70 ft
so it would look like this
http://i692.photobucket.com/albums/v...icture1534.jpg

The width of the aisle is- approximately 6 ft

I am buying a 75 foot runner and having it cut to 70 ft. Most runners come in 25', 50', 75' or 100'. Also if you want the
Added chiffon swagging for both sides of the aisle that is is in the second picture it cost $150 for disney to do it. They will add ribbon like that picture or they can add flowers I am going to do three flowers every three rows and it cost $15 per three roses. But if you add the swagging your aisle runner will not be walked on by your guest.

DisneyLeah 03-20-2010 04:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Ann117 (Post 35906683)
Yeah here are the measurements. I got all the measurements from my wedding planner.

Ann117-Thanks so much for sharing! great info!! :thumbsup2

PinkSleepingBeauty 03-20-2010 06:11 PM

Thanks for all the info! Great! :thumbsup2

Disney-Bride2010 03-21-2010 08:47 AM

I just wanted to chime in and say that at my PS I was told that DFTW did away with the aisle runner rule. They WILL put down any aisle runner you bring. :thumbsup2 Not sure yet if there's a charge, as I haven't received my floral BEO yet.

Ann117 03-21-2010 09:09 AM

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Originally Posted by Disney-Bride2010 (Post 35915311)
I just wanted to chime in and say that at my PS I was told that DFTW did away with the aisle runner rule. They WILL put down any aisle runner you bring. :thumbsup2 Not sure yet if there's a charge, as I haven't received my floral BEO yet.

Wow when did they tell you that. I just had my planning session last month. That would be really help full if they but my down. Who is your wedding planner?

Disney-Bride2010 03-22-2010 08:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Ann117 (Post 35915499)
Wow when did they tell you that. I just had my planning session last month. That would be really help full if they but my down. Who is your wedding planner?

I had my PS on March 9 and my planner (Meri) said it had just changed. Reason being is because the majority of the time they just put down the aisle runner anyways, so this way they'll be prepared to do it.

ChocoKat 03-22-2010 09:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Disney-Bride2010 (Post 35928434)
I had my PS on March 9 and my planner (Meri) said it had just changed. Reason being is because the majority of the time they just put down the aisle runner anyways, so this way they'll be prepared to do it.

Woot! This is wonderful news!!! I really wanted a runner but didn't want to saddle anybody with putting it down or being worried about it being done properly. This really makes me happy :banana:

Thank you so much for sharing! Now I can start researching runners and what I want! :wizard:

*Pixiedust1438* 03-22-2010 10:13 AM

Great info. on here! Has anyone had the Groom's men put down the runner? Is it difficult? I don't think the guys would mind and they will be there early anyway.... as long as it isn't too difficult.

girli565 03-22-2010 10:33 AM

Thanks for the updated info, I am purchasing my own aisle runner now!

Thanks!

S <3 M 03-23-2010 11:37 AM

I just got off the phone with my planner and she said they won't put down the aisle runner. Why can't they get their story straight? :confused3


Does anyeone know how wide of a runner I should get if I pretty much want to cover the whole carpet?


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