Top Tips for a Beautiful Rustic Wedding
The Rustic Wedding trend has become popular over the last few years now, and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. First off - if you haven't already sent out your Save the Dates why not text or e mail our Online Save the Dates! Here are our Top styling tips for planning a fabulous Rustic Wedding.
1. Chalkboards in Frames
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Utilise chalkboard paint paired with frames to display the seating arrangements as well as the wedding itinerary. Write out your own, or hire a professional if your handwriting isn’t up to scratch.
2. Ditch the Mason Jar Lamps
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Mason Jars are everywhere! Instead, try tin cans pierced with small holes and tea lights to add a unique look and soft and whimsical lighting.
3. Rustic Dessert Bar
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Dessert bars are quickly becoming all the rage. Incorporate this trend into your wedding by using a textured table topped with burlap and greenery to display all of the sweets & desserts being served.
4. Did Someone say S’mores?
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Perfect if you’re having either an indoor or outdoor reception, you can create a s’mores bar and allow your guests to make their own s’mores creations and refuel for more dancefloor fun.
5. Wooden Crates
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Hunt out wooden crates and pallets from ebay or local hardware stores, then repurpose them by painting with the wording of your choice, add some fairy lights and use them for your bar or buffet display.
6. Burlap & Lace Bunting
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A rustic wedding isn’t complete without burlap! DIY your own bunting out of burlap and lace to add to the walls and chairs.
7. Ladder Display
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If you have an old wooden ladder, why not use it in your decor? Just add fairy lights and flowers or greenery and use each step as a timeline of you as a couple.
To get started on your rustic themed wedding, why not send out one of our beautiful and rustic Save The Date online invitations?
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