Happy wedding season, everyone! Are your calendars jam packed with friends’ nuptials, or are you knee deep in wedding planning? Or best of all, are you the one getting married? We’d love to hear all about your experience: how you’re juggling everything, which elements you’re DIY-ing and which you’re splurging on, or how your vision has changed over time… since styles turnover rapidly and trends come and go, staying true to your original concept can be super challenging. One of the things we enjoy most about styling wedding shoots is that we can let our minds run with an idea commitment-free, and for this rustic-style wedding for DIY Network we were feeling totally natural and romantic. With the help of some of our favorite vendors, we put together a look that’s seasonal, refreshing and most of all, easy! Click through for all the lovely details (photographed by She-n-He), and be sure to head over to the original post for additional projects and recipes!
We set a romantic scene with a color palette of burlap, white and cream, with sage and olive accents.
Classic white dinnerware, dishtowel napkins and heirloom silver made for beautiful for low-maintence place setting. Calligrapher Pretty Pen Jen hand wrote guests names on cover weight kraft paper card stock.
Arrangements by The Byrd Collective played up our organic color palette with cream and white flowers combined with green and sage foliage. Sprigs of rosemary and olive branches incorporated seasonality into each bunch, and repurposed glass bottles and vintage containers made the perfect vessels.
A rustic cheese display is a welcome treat and the perfect starter course for a no-fuss wedding theme. Set up a spread of at least three different cheeses, toasted bread and fresh fruits for a shared appetizer that’s seasonal and down-right delicious.
For dessert, you can’t go wrong with strawberry shortcake. To put a spin on tradition, serve all of the classic components family-style. Guests can pass around baskets with all the components and then build dessert to their own liking.
A seasonal piece of ripe fruit wrapped in burlap and tied with twine makes an organic souvenir that adds a sweet touch to each setting.
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