Though it's very common to either scatter petals down the center or along the sides of the ceremony aisle, more and more brides are coming up with creative, unique ways to decorate with fresh flower petals. Here are eight unique ways to decorate your aisle with flower petals
Elegant Scroll (above): A dramatic, scrolled petal design is guaranteed to impress your guests the moment they enter the ceremony venue.
Photo: [White Haute Photography](http://www.whitehautephotography.com/)
All-Over Ombré: How romantic would it be to walk down the aisle on a carpet of petals? Just make sure your ushers seat guests from the sides, rather than the center aisle.
Photo: [Liz Banfield](http://lizbanfield.com/)
Diamond Pattern: When normal petals just won't do, decorate the aisle with a pattern like these fancy diamonds, also done in subtle ombré shades.
Photo: [Rebecca Arthurs Photography](http://rebecca-arthurs.com/)
Ombré Sides: If all-over ombré is a little too dramatic for your taste, try lining each side of the aisle with a simple row of petals.
Photo: [Kurt Boomer](http://kurtboomer.com/)
Chevrons: This couple featured a chevron pattern throughout their wedding decor, including down the aisle.
Photo: [Rebecca Hollis](http://rebeccahollis.com/)
All-Over Scrolls: Petals arranged in a pretty scrolled pattern will complement your dramatic ceremony entrance.
Photo: Disney Fairy Tale Weddings
Hibiscus Flowers: For a wedding in Hawaii, the florist created a custom aisle that incorporated flower petals arranged in a hibiscus-flower design.
Photo: via [Elegant Affairs](www.elegant-affairs.com)
Scallops: This scalloped petal design is a creative way to make your aisle stand out.