If your Pinterest wedding planning board is drowning in a sea of anything “rustic wedding”, sometimes it’s a pain in the butt to figure out how to make your wedding country or rustic. It seems like everyone is having a rustic wedding, but maybe you want your wedding to stand out somehow other than the typical burlap decor.
You’re in charge of doing DIY flowers for a wedding, or you might be just pulling your hair out trying to figure out what kind of bridal bouquet you might want. Check out my images of wedding bouquets with flower names to get your creative juices flowing!
Detail photos of Liz and Matt’s rustic camp wedding at Camp Kinderland in Tolland, Massachusetts. Photos of flowers, watches, bracelets, rings. Camp Kinderland is a great summer camp for inner city kids, and serves as an occasional wedding venue for nature lovers.
Top pics of the rest of Dave and Deana’s winter wedding at Heritage Hotel in Southbury, Connecticut.
I coordinated a stylized shoot with different wedding vendors of Oregon, in order to showcase some ideas for a rustic wedding.
A few of my favorite knick-knacks I spotted at this Vintage Antique Fair that was located in Oregon. Ole’ watering cans turned into planters, and lavender galore.