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If you and your significant other are the outdoorsy types, a rustic wedding is a perfect way to go. Mesh together classic and rustic elements for an event that will stand out and bring the essence of who you are to your event.
If you wish to send a photo invitation, choose an image that encapsulates your love for the outdoors. This could be a picture from a hike on a recent vacation, an image from your favorite camping spot, or simply a slice of time of the two of you enjoying Mother Nature. Use this as the background to the invitation you send, letting guests know you are about to embark on a new adventure together. Keep with an earth-toned palate to maintain a rustic vibe. Beige wedding invitations offer a classic look while staying true to your theme.
Do not be afraid to bring the outdoors in throughout your planning. For centerpieces, use pieces of wood and greenery as the backdrop for framed images of you and your betrothed engaging in outdoor adventures. Use raffia, both earth-toned and muted colors, to tie bouquets, secure tablecloths, and to pull together wedding favors.
Table covers and linens napkins should also stay true to the color scheme. Browns, beiges, yellows, and clay red hues help create a rustic touch. If you have an outdoor seating or dance area, drape twinkling lights around the perimeter and through any accessible trees to emulate a starry sky. Bouquets of loosely collected wildflowers set around the space add a lovely, relaxed touch.
Your wedding should be an extension of who you and your significant other are, so it is the perfect time to pull in your favorite activities or passions for an event you both will love. With a little planning and research, you can create the perfect rustic event. Finally, put it all together in a rustic wedding photo book.