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This Wedding Aisle Is Over-the-Top in the Best Way Possible

If you like flowers, you'll love this.
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Aisle decorations can often be an afterthought at weddings. Most people tie a few flowers to the chairs at the end of each row and call it a day. But Kate Holt is not most people.

Holt, who is the floral designer behind California's Flowerwild, created one of the most beautiful aisles we've ever seen at a wedding this weekend in a Technicolor rainbow of pink, magenta, orange, and purple flowers.

Yesterday was beyond words....... @flowerwild blew all our minds ????????????????? #allthecolor #flowerwildwashere

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While we've noticed lots of flowers in shades of blush and dusty rose (a.k.a. Millennial Pink) at weddings this year, this colorful array of peonies, snapdragons, alliums, and dahlias is a refreshing change from the recent norm.

Want to know what it's like to walk down an aisle this beautiful? Thankfully, Holt Instagrammed a video on to her company's account so you can experience what it's like.

In case you wanted to walk down this technicolor ???? aisle yourself?? Planning by @cassandracompany

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Of course, putting this aisle together was no easy feat. It took Holt and her team from Flowerwild almost two hours to build. See the whole process in this time-lapse here:

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From: Country Living

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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