Would You Wear A Camo Wedding Dress? This Bride Did!

Colorado bride Tayler turned her love for all things country into a camo-chic wedding (yes, you read that right!) with details like a bouquet of yellow daisies and sunflowers, a four-wheeler cake topper and a camo manicure. The theme didn’t stop there. Taylor walked down the aisle in a strapless white wedding dress trimmed in camouflage, while the guys wore camo ties and black cowboy hats. See all the country-inspired wedding details captured by Kierstan Correnti Photography below!

From the album: A Country Camo Wedding in Pagosa Springs, CO

Love this couple’s wedding style? Steal Tayler’s look with these camo-inspired wedding fashion details.

Fancy Foliage

Camo engagement ring // The Knot

This classic princess-cut diamond ring takes customizable to a whole new level. It’s set on a chrome band with an inlay of your favorite camouflage print.

Engagement ring by Titanium Buzz

Camo Couture

Camo wedding dress // The Knot

An airy tulle skirt paired with a printed camo bodice may not be the most discreet camouflage you’ve ever seen, but this ball gown sets the mood for any country-themed wedding.

Wedding dress by CamoFormal.com

Haute Hunter

Camo bridesmaid dress // The Knot

Your bridesmaids will look camo-chic in this draped mini dress.

Bridesmaid dress by Carrafina

Peep Toes

Camo shoes // The Knot

Step it up with a camo-printed canvas heel. The gold chain embellishments add a touch of glam to an otherwise simple shoe.

Shoe by GoJane.com

Forest Traditions

Camo garter // The Knot

Looking for a more subtle accessory option? When it comes to the garter toss, this camo piece is a real catch.

Garter by The Knot Shop 

Would you wear a camo wedding dress? Tell me below in the comments or tweet me @heatherhall!

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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