rustic weddings

A Rustic California Wedding from Braedon Flynn Photography

Wendy & Weston's wedding is the perfect mixture of rustic and chic.  The couple wed in an outdoor ceremony with limited decorations, making the bride & groom the focal point.  At the reception, different textures worked together perfectly to decorate the space. Check out the draped linens, place mats and table runner which create an... read more

A Rustic Mountainside Wedding in Larkspur, CO by Elizabeth Ann Photography

Photo: Elizabeth Ann Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
This wedding has all the right ingredients for a rustic affair with a mix of burlap, lace and lush floral arrangements (not to mention the awe-inducing views of the mountains from Spruce Ranch). The thing I love most about this wedding though, is the way it also feels elegant and sophisticated: Each curated detail adds... read more

An Earthy Wedding in Cartersville, GA by Caroline Petters Photography

Meredith and Derek wanted a rustic, natural wedding with white cotton accents to maintain a Southern theme. My particular favorite details? The buttercream cake iced in a stucco style, the groom's cotton boll boutonniere and the homemade jam favors. It doesn't get more au natural than this. See all the details! ... read more

A California Rustic Wedding from Applemoon Photography

All you need to plan a beautiful outdoor wedding with a rustic edge is a classic color palette lots of natural decor and a few surprising design elements and Taylor and Matt's wedding is the perfect example. Silver chevron table runners added a twist to otherwise simple white tables, potted succulents doubled as escort cards,... read more

A Peach Wedding in Los Gatos, California by Emily Scannell

Every wedding detail from this gorgeous rustic wedding was inspired by stationery the bride hand painted with a peach motif. The theme influenced every detail -- from the cake to the peach jam favors! Plus, I'm especially loving the scenic locale at the Radonich Ranch -- the perfect setting for these nature-inspired nuptials. ... read more

An Intimate Outdoor Wedding by Stone Crandall Photography

It doesn't get much more picturesque than an outdoor ceremony like this one -- set under a breathtaking blue sky and surrounded by rolling green mountains. You don't need to add much with a backdrop like this one. Understated yellow flowers, a sweet buttercream cake and a few rustic decor elements (like birch branch table... read more

A Rustic Farmyard Wedding in Clarksville, MO by Lisa Hessel

A farmyard wedding can be both rustic and elegant at the same time. Rachel and Mike's wedding photos prove it -- with beautiful pink peonies and coral rose touches, string lights and even escort cards and a cake charger made of birch. I don't want to give away all the details... read more

A Bright Orange Lounge

It isn't just the clean lines and bright orange accents that makes this lounge stand out, but how the chic furniture contrasts with the setting of this historic venue (a winery in California). The juxtaposition of old-venue-meets-chic-decor makes this lounge all the more stunning, especially in the way that event designer Alison Hotchkiss... read more

A Candlelit Walkway

Candle Lit Walkway
Todd Fiscus, founder of Todd Events, lit the way to a reception held in this vintage barn with simple candles. In this case candlelight is both romantic and practical, so that guests can see the way at a rustic venue even when the sun goes down. With this simple... read more

A Rustic-Chic Wedding by Andria Lindquist Photography

Photography:  Andria Lindquist Photography: Andria Lindquist
We wish there was a word in the dictionary to define how much we love this rustic wedding. Kelley & Collin wed in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony in Washington and Andria Lindquist photographed this wedding to perfection -- enjoy! ... 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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