There are numerous ways to personalize your wedding ceremony, whether it be with unique readings, meaningful songs or handwritten vows. Turns out that when it comes to décor, there are also endless ways to be unique. Your wedding ceremony space might be breathtaking on its own, but adding a few easy and special upgrades can truly transform a space. One of our favorite ways to do so? Right down the middle. Creating a stylish aisle doesn't have to be the same old flowers and ribbons either. For the bride wanting to do something a little less expected, we've got six fresh and modern wedding ceremony aisle decoration ideas just waiting to be pinned to that bridal inspo board.
Pampas Grass (above): For a unique, boho look, line the ceremony aisle with vases full of tall, fluffy pampas grass stalks.
Photo: [Allison Kuhn Photography](http://www.allisonkuhnphotography.com/)
Palm Leaves: Lush, deep-green palm fronds (or other tropical greenery) look so chic when they're fanned out along the aisle.
Photo: [When He Found Her](http://whenhefoundher.com/)
Wood Beams: Salvaged wood beams look striking when flanked along the ceremony aisle; florals arranged in wood containers help add some softness to the overall look.
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Photo: [Michelle Boyd](http://dlweddings.com/)
Maps: This globe-trotting couple had the genius idea to line the aisle with rolled up maps from countries they'd traveled to.
Photo: [Mademoiselle Fiona](http://mademoisellefiona.com/)
Ferns: Accent your ceremony aisle with a pair of potted leafy green ferns.
Photo: [Dylan and Sara Photography](http://dylandsara.com/)
Painted Geometric Shapes: If your venue allows, paint your wedding pattern or motif directly onto the space that will serve as your aisle. Alternatively, for a non-permanent way to achieve this, you could use a stencil and shake cocoa powder or flour to create the shape.