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Sunday Pinspiration #11: Rustic Wedding

Rustic Wedding Details

Happy Sunday! I hope it’s been a nice weekend for you all. It’s been a busy one here, as usual! A really popular trend for weddings for a while now is a rustic theme. I have to admit, I totally love this one, as it really lends itself to all the little homemade and DIY details that make each individual wedding so unique. Pinterest is a haven for rustic wedding details, so here are my top 10 picks for this week. Enjoy!

Fairy Lights

 

Fairy lights. Everywhere. Pretty much  a necessity for any rustic wedding, and this barn venue looks magical the way it is lit up with these pretty lights.

 

Naked Wedding Cake

 

A naked wedding cake is perfect for a rustic wedding, and look so tasty too!

 

Watering Cans

 

Watering cans, filled with flowers look so cute at a rustic style wedding. They don’t have to be suspended in the air… but if you can then why not?!

 

Candles

 

These pillar candles in large jars look lovely to line the aisle or any walkway in your venue.

 

Gypsophila

 

This dainty, pretty flower is perfect for a rustic wedding, whether that is in your bouquet, table decorations or venue styling.

 

Handmade Signs

 

A handmade sign is a must for any rustic wedding. I love this simple direction sign.

 

Help Yourself Drinks

 

This trough filled with beer and pop is fun and quirky, and full of rustic charm.

 

Rustic Step Ladders

 

Decorating vintage step ladders is a very popular trend, particularly for a rustic wedding. I love the mix of candles, fairy lights and gypsophila on this one.

 

Reclaimed Pallets

 

Pallets are useful for so many things. Have you seen all the amazing pallet crafts out there?! This is a simple and practical use of one, to display the order of the day.

 

DIY Crate Seating Plan

 

This seating plan is so simple, made out of an old apple crate, and decorated with string and kraft card. Ideal for a rustic theme.

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