A country rustic wedding - whether in an old barn, a classic small chapel, or a spring meadow - can be full of delightful details and homespun charm. Just look above for ideas on how you can put together a unique country wedding that you and your guests will adore.
The Wedding Dress
Vintage lace and a cascading layer skirt makes this dress appropriate for any venue. The half sleeves are a sweet touch, especially for brides who have grown tired of seeing strappy and strapless gowns. Add a jeweled belt for a little bit of bling.
This cathedral veil is made from soft tulle netting and is embellished with corded cotton lace appliques. Don't worry if you're getting married outside - the long layer will look lovely blowing in the wind and drifting over fields of flowers.
The Bridesmaid Dress
A tea-length dress with a lace hem is perfect for bridesmaids wearing cowboy boots. Plus, the soft blush pink color works well in any season. So even if you're having a winter country wedding, the gals will look great in this feminine, romantic gown. Have them wear a shawl or cardigan to keep warm.
Kick up your heels in cowboy boots! Even if you walk down the aisle in heels, you can boot scoot the night away.
Photo via Deer Pearl Flowers
Something reminiscent of an old barn door decorated in lace will do. A little shabby, a little chic. And look how it matches the gown!
Photo via Rock Your Walls
Here's a cute idea: find an old step ladder or something similar and place candles, flowers, and photos of the two of you on each step. Not only is it beautiful, but it gives the space a warm, home-y feeling.
Burlap is a quintessential country fabric, so why not use it in your wedding favors? Make the bags yourself using the tutorial linked below or purchase some in bulk and fill them with goodies like local coffee beans or candy.
Coffee Bean Favor Bag Tutorial via Intimate Weddings