How to Plan a Perfect Rustic-themed Wedding?
Nature has a mysticism, a unique charm, leaving us in awe. While some couples choose the beach, the mountains or an extravagant venue to host their wedding affair, millennials are gradually walking on the less trodden path and opting for rustic, country-side weddings.
A rustic-themed wedding has its share of cons like overwhelming available space, difficulty to arrange for things, especially if the venue is too far from city areas and looking out for elements which will complement the overall decor. However, it has a cartload of perks which you can not miss out on! For starters, if planned well these weddings are cost-effective, more eco-friendly, you can accommodate more guests, experiment with decor ideas and have an offbeat wedding sans the monotonous ‘taam-jhaam.’
Here is a list of items you could consider incorporating in your wedding if you want a rustic-themed one:
Simplistic wooden wedding signage, decorated with bright sunflowers and leaves.
Rustic wedding signage with a catchy caption!
2. Rustic cakes
Ditching the sweet tooth, how about going for something more savoury like a cake made up of different types of cheese!
I am in love with this vibrant naked cake- rustic, simple and yet delectable!
Keeping it simple with the sponge, cream, strawberries, and edible flowers.
3. Old School Games
A good way to entertain your guests with simple games like this one.
You can ask your guests to indulge in some fun while making memories too. And, who doesn’t like Jenga, right?
4. Ceiling decor ideas
A DIY and cost-effective idea for your rustic wedding- cascading bulbs filled with water and decorated with beautiful baby breaths.
Cane balls attached to woolen strings and decorated with vibrant sunflowers!
An old school vibe with water cans and pastel-hued flowers!
5. Dining ideas
A wooden table with simplistic crockery and cutlery.
Bunches of exotic pastel-hued flowers and tiny tea candles sitting atop a wooden dining table.
6. Wedding Invites
A rustic paper invite tied up with strings.
Paper invites, tied up with strings and a few purple flowers to give a finishing touch.
7. Wedding favours
Small potted plants are a pretty and eco-friendly wedding favour option.
A cute favour idea for an outdoor wedding, to get your guests rid of mosquitoes.
8. Photobooth ideas
An outdoor photo booth made up of wooden blocks and decorated with flowers, ferns, and foliage.
For the booklovers- a photo booth made up of their favourite novels. What a brilliant idea!
Want to stick to an indoor photo booth idea? This brick wall with a frame made out of ferns and foliage and cascading light blubs, is a great pick.
9. Food and drinks layout ideas
Large glass dispenser with chilled mocktails- a great idea to keep your guest hydrated.
Well, I never imagined a dessert spread to be so simple, yet so creative and beautiful. All you need is two big barrels and you are sorted!
A snack cart with little tidbits like popcorn is a great idea for guests who want to keep munching!
10. Outdoor decor
White rapes and glass lanterns- keeping it minimalistic, cost-effective and classy!
Wooden benches, glass jars, bows, and baby breaths!
11. Table decor ideas
Terrarium lamps, baby breaths, candles, and little cute and quirky objects, make this set a delight to the eyes.
Want to stick to something more DIY? Glass jars filled with water, baby breaths and tiny candles is a great pick!
12. Table seating ideas
Pieces of the log with table numbers and name of guests inserted in them.
Now that you have enough inspiration for a rustic wedding, I am sure you can host a perfect one!