rustic weddings

A Rustic Chic Ranch Wedding from Ryan Phillips Photography

To create that rustic yet elegant wedding day vibe, Lacey and Charlie first had to find the perfect wedding venue. Lucky for them, Lacey's family ranch, Folded Hills Ranch in Santa Ynez California, was the perfect backdrop. All the details unfolded after that -- a ceremony outdoors with hay bales covered in custom ivory cushions... read more

A Pretty Peach Wedding at Snug Harbor Botanic Garden from Betsi Ewing Studio

Today's wedding captures one of my favorite color palettes of the summer: peach and gray. It's so fresh and pretty and works perfectly with this Staten Island outdoor venue (at the Snug Harbor Botanic Garden). Beyond all the pretty, it's the fun playful that give this wedding some real personality -- I'm talking mustache... read more

A Mailbox Escort Card Display By Barb Salzman

We love the shabby chic style of mixing home decor elements with wedding details. So for a bride that wanted each escort card to double as a personal note to each guest (how personal and sweet is that?), Barb Salzman, founder of Hatch Creative Studio, concocted the idea of presenting each letter inside... 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

A Chinese Zodiac Animal Wedding at Blue Hill from Erik Ekroth

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography / Featured: The Knot Blog
We have a gorgeous wedding for you today -- and it was all planned and designed by one of our Wed 100 experts, Annie Lee! So here's the story on this couple: Lin always knew she wanted to get married in upstate New York at Blue Hill at Stone Barns (Blue Hill is... read more

A Natural Rustic Wedding at Beano’s Cabin from James Christianson


Choosing a venue and location that holds true meaning is one of the best ways to ensure your wedding day looks and feels personal. Natalie and Trevor did just that. The two love to go skiing in Beaver Creek, Colorado every year, so when it came to choosing a wedding location, they could think...

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A Yellow Country-Chic Wedding at Barrington Hill Farm by Roohi Photography

For their Tampa Bay, Florida wedding Heather and James wanted to create a down-home country celebration. A southern-style plantation and farm, Barrington Hill Farm, was the perfect backdrop to set the tone. To achieve that sunny-day-in-the-country vibe, Heather and her planner at Alchemy Hour Designs chose a bright yellow and white color scheme and... read more

A Classic Country Wedding by Jennifer Lindberg Weddings

When Kate and Marcus got engaged, they knew they wanted a wedding in the bride's hometown. While exploring different options, Kate realized her father's ranch was the ideal setting for their day. Together, the couple designed their country wedding with glamorous old-Hollywood touches like luxe chandeliers; elegant draping; low, lush floral arrangements; and a rich... read more

A Romantic Country Ranch Wedding by Marta Locklear Photography

Friends since childhood, Libby and Joe had an intimate wedding on her parent's ranch in Virgina, which set the tone for a rustic, country affair with tons of custom touches (all of the reception tables were constructed by the bride's father!) and simple rustic details. I love how the neutral color palette of creams, blush,... read more

A Rustic Sunflower-Filled Wedding at The Montauk Lake Club and Marina

I love when a couple adds tons of personal touches to their wedding day, and Jordan and James did just that! The couple incorporated their shared love of bears with bride-and-groom teddy bear chair backs and a charitable favor donation made to The American Bear Association. The setting on the shore of Montauk Lake at the... 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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