Create a Dream Rustic Wedding

Think Outside the Box

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Your imagination is the limit with a rustic wedding; typically, your own taste and dreams will dictate the type of things that you will surround yourself with on this special day.

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Country themes with a western flavor could include the kinds of things you would find on a western ranch; wagon wheels, iron horse tack, galvanized tin buckets and red bandanas.

There are so many motifs that you can pull from, like horseshoes (a good luck symbol), horses, roosters and other farm animals, to simple shapes like a pine tree, preferably something that has some meaning to you and your family; that's what it's all about.

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Rustic hillbilly accessories like faded cottons and calico made into bunting, punched tin lanterns and containers, weathered and rugged wood boxes or crates and barnboard items offer a primitive ambiance.  Respecting the past, and giving a nod to our forebears who fought for their way of life is the theme here.

Garden weddings showcase an abundance of old time flowers, spilling out of whimsical containers like pickle crocks and antique canning jars, accented with twigs and other natural found items such as pine cones and moss.  The look is lush and romantic.

Rustic Natural Weddings include stone placeholders...

Taking it one step further, twigs and other natural things like seed pods, dried flowers and herbs, moss and nuts can make a fabulous display for tables.

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Whatever your style, it's important to keep to a theme that will pull it all together in a cohesive fashion.  Get inspired, and get creative - it's your day, you do whatever makes you happy.

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