outdoor weddings

This Backyard Wedding Had Some Of The Coolest Flowers We’ve Ever Seen

Backyard weddings have an innate romantic charm with an undeniably intimate feel, and that's exactly what Laura and Andrew's backyard celebration looked like. The scene was Andrew's family farm and with the help of Shanna Lumpkin Events and the (read: seriously talented) florists at Allums Line Floral Designs, Laura and Andrew transformed the quaint, natural... read more

A Stunning Mountainside Ceremony Near Santa Ynez, CA

Photo: Isabel Lawrence Photographers // Featured: The Knot Blog
Set against the gorgeous backdrop of the mountains near Santa Ynez Valley, Bethany and Thomas' rustic-meets-sophisticated wedding is chock-full of inspiring wedding details. With the help of Details Event Planning and S.R. Hogue's floral design, the couple blended natural elements and textures (like succulent boutonnieres, vintage wooden escort card displays and potted plant... read more

The Cutest Page Boy Ring Bearers In Texas Hill Country

Sarah and Matt's morning ceremony in Texas Hill Country was exactly the casual and romantic affair Sarah had dreamed of. Led by the three most adorable page boy ring bearers, the couple wed in a simple ceremony in a field outside The Studio at Fischer in Canyon Lake, TX. A bright and cheerful... read more

The Glam Outdoor Chandelier, 13 Ways

For the outdoor wedding that sways polished over rustic, the outdoor chandelier is the go-to lighting and decor choice. Strung up from a tree or inside a tent, chandeliers add glamour to a natural space (not to mention, they're a practical light source after the sun goes down). Here, 13 of our favorite receptions starring... read more

A Scenic Outdoor Wedding at Pine Creek Cookhouse from Laura Murray Photography

Photo: Laura Murray Photography / Featured: The Knot Blog
This wedding makes me want to get married in Colorado! The gorgeous scenery and the outdoorsy decor make this wedding a total standout. Kellie and Jeremy planned a relaxed yet stylish wedding incorporating a beautiful mountain feel. A color palette of coral, peach, magenta, yellow and green set the tone for the day-- chosen based... read more

An Earthy Garden Wedding Video at the Grounds for Sculpture by Lovesick Inc.

Photo: Love Me Do Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
I love the non-traditional garden feel of Laure and Natasha's Hamilton, New Jersey wedding held at the Grounds for Sculpture. Instead of the typical lush flowers, the brides focused on adding greenery and details like air plant escort cards for a more natural and earthy feel. The brides made their ceremony even more... read more

A Glam Outdoor Wedding in Villa Del Lago in Austin, TX

Who would have thought gold-painted antlers would make for such glamorous decor? Ana Liza and Michael's wedding style combined minimalism and modern unconventional statements, which came together to create an elegant gold and white Old World wedding. Subtle festive details like a mariachi band and Mexican wedding cookies-- a nod to their Cinco de Mayo... read more

A Chic Low-Country Wedding at Runnymede Plantation by Liz Banfield Photography

Event planner Tara Guerard transformed a low-country plantation into a picturesque setting for Candice & Graham's ceremony and reception. The wedding had a relaxed yet refined feel, with decorative touches like an upholstered lounge area and the dramatic grid of lemon leaf garlands that lined the reception tent. I love that this wedding maintained... read more

An Outdoor Wedding at Ciccone Vineyards by Jess + Nate Studios

Samantha & Bobby were married in a romantic, outdoor ceremony at Ciccone Vineyards in Suttons Bay, Michigan. They wed under a giant tree with jaw-dropping views of the vineyards behind. The tall centerpieces at their tented reception even mimicked the scenery with their drooping greens and pops of coral and pink roses. The bride looked... read more

A Charming Campground Wedding by Chris McGuire

Photo: Chris McGuire // Featured: The Knot Blog
Rachel and Jeff met at Camp Tanuga in Kalkaska, Michigan in 1999 and, 13 years later, they exchanged vows at the same campground. It doesn't get any cuter than that! Ivory and lavender accents, mercury glass, candles, wooden signs, and, appropriately enough, a tent enhanced the natural elements of the campground. This couple's love story... read more
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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