Post # 1
Rustic brides, how did you make your style unique to you? My Fiance and I knew we wanted to a rustic style wedding, then ended up adding a subtle witchy vibe with black lace (we were married a week after Halloween) and a woodland setting. We also had a motif of roses with wildflowers that we used for the bouquet and all of our stationary. What did you do, or what are your plans??
Post # 2
I guess you could call ours rustic-ish. We’re getting married in a pine forest/sandstone canyon, and our flowers will have tons of ferns and other greenery, with delicate cream flowers. Fiance has requested pine cones in the bouts. Our invites have pine trees and a badger (college pride!! Wooooot!) on them. Our venue also includes a riverboat cruise, which is cool for us because we’re very water oriented. We’re outdoorsy kinds of people.
So I wouldn’t full out call us rustic – we definitely went for forest/woodland, not ‘rustic chic’ or whatever it is.
Post # 3
I think if you have things you truly love (as opposed to having it because you think you need it to fit with the ~theme), your wedding will be unique and true to you and your partner.
My wedding is rustic-ish with a definite vintage kind of “theme”- old teacups, vintage glasswear, etc.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2014 - Merritt Winery
our theme started as rustic but then developed into more of a woodland/primitive theme.
Post # 5
ours is rusitic kinda boho. we gettign married in a park that over looks a lake. we having a funny cake topper with trees. a family tree finger print guest book. tree on the invites. just lots and lots of trees lol. my fiance does tree work and we just love nature so we have lots of trees.