rustic weddings

This New York Wedding Takes Rustic Elegance to a Whole New Level

Rustic Black Tie Wedding | Preston Schlebusch |
After meeting in New York City while waiting to get into a nightclub, Randy and Sean spent 22 years building their relationship and family -- including two daughters and a son -- before finally marrying in front of 250 of their closest friends and family. "We tried to keep everything as timeless and classic as... read more

A Rustic Mint and Gold Wedding -- See the Photos!

mint bridesmaid dresses | Lauren Fair Photography |
From the moment they met, Olivia and Greg knew they had something pretty special. After dating for only 9 months, Greg decided to pop the question. But instead of simply asking Olivia to marry him, he planned out an elaborate marriage proposal from start to finish, getting their good friends, photographers Lauren and Tim Fair,... read more

Having a Rustic Wedding? Read These Tips

Big news for all of you couples planning a rustic wedding: One of our favorite bloggers, Maggie Lord founder of just released her third book, called The Rustic Wedding HandbookThe book, which just is jam-packed with tips for a rustic wedding is on sale now. Read on for what inspired Maggie to fall in love with... read more

A Cozy (And Glitzy!) Winter Wedding

Snow boots and an Oleg Cassini ball gown: this is what happens when a glam bride and an outdoorsy groom plan a highly personalized winter wedding! Juliana and Shane's cozy ceremony and reception took place  in the bride's hometown of State College, PA at General Potter Farm, where the bridal party and family... read more

8 Simple DIY Projects For A Woodland Wedding

Woodland DIY Wedding Projects // Featured: The Knot Blog
Create an updated rustic wedding style by blending natural elements like moss, wood and cork with chic touches of gold and glass. Use woodsy design elements like antler motifs, pine cones and terrariums to bring the best of the outdoors to everything from the invitation suite to the reception table decor. Here are eight easy... read more

DIY Yarn-Wrapped Bottles Centerpiece

Recycled bottles, yarn in any color and your choice of flowers are all you need for this pretty DIY wedding centerpiece. They are a cinch to make, thanks to the easy-to-follow tutorial from crafters Eunice Moyle, Sabrina Moyle and Shauna Faust and their beautiful book Handmade Weddings (Chronicle Books). Once you get the... 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 Newest Trend In Wedding Venues Is… Dairy Farms?

It's nothing new that barns and farm settings are popular for weddings because they help drive that rustic chic style that's so hot right now (think of the latest celebrity weddings like Anne Hathaway's Big Sur wedding and Kate Bosworth's Montana wedding). But the latest trend in rustic weddings is actually to host your wedding reception... read more

A Rustic Meets Regal Wedding (With Cowboy Boot Decor!)

Photo: Theo Milo Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Southern charm and Texas flavor guided these college sweethearts as they planned their garden wedding in the bride's hometown of Wilmington, NC. At the Country Club of Landfall, guests were greeted with lawn games, a scotch and cigar bar and a live artist (who captured the scene on canvas!). Peachy pink floral arrangements... read more

An Upstate New York Ranch Wedding With A Baby Goat!

Photo: Leo Timoshuk Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Everything about this upstate New York wedding in Cooperstown at B&B Ranch is pure local -- starting with a baby goat that roamed the property! Following their ceremony overlooking an idyllic pond, Brooklynites Jackie and Jason jumped into a horse-drawn carriage and headed over to a rustic reception room filled with romantic low... 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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