We’ve fallen head over heels for these dreamy wedding event design and food concepts. The best part about these DIY wedding ideas, consisting of rustic centerpieces and wedding cakes? They’re simple to obtain for your own special day!
Rustic Ceremony Arch
Draped in linen and decorated in flowers, a basic wooden arbor ends up being a sophisticated setting for an outside ceremony.
Rustic Bridal Bouquet
These textured flowers in muted tones of blush, green, and ivory look as natural and romantic as if they were gathered from a field.
Rustic Wedding Mirror Display
Turn heads towards the head table with an eclectic gallery wall of classic mirrors.
Rustic Wedding Escort Cards
Calligraphed stones are a charming option to paper escort cards.
Simple Rustic Centerpieces
Focal points do not need to be complicated. Various white blossoms in mismatched milk bottles and mason containers make simply as much of a declaration.
Fern leaves provide a pop of green versus an otherwise tidy, basic white table with wooden chairs.
Rustic Table Setting
Skipping the table linen enables the natural wooden table to shine– and gilded china raises the setting.
Rustic Wedding Menu
Instead of paper, list the courses on a rustic slice of wood.
Rustic Floral Arrangement
Make a statement at a rustic outdoor wedding with a jaw-dropping flower display screen.
Rustic Drink Cart
Let visitors help themselves to a revitalizing pre-ceremony drink.
Stowed away inside a vintage apothecary bottle, a single stem of allium or other top-heavy flower produces an easy-to-arrange declaration focal point by Terrain. Other unforeseen additions? Fern leaves, which add lots of texture.
Blackboard Escort Card Display
A coat of chalkboard paint transforms any surface into a screen space for seating details. Employ a bridesmaid with lovely penmanship to make the chart, then doodle some blossoms in the corners.
Do It Yourself Ceremony Backdrop
Prettify the ceremony area by hanging a flower background. Just use silver T-pins to affix individual stems to a piece of jute or muslin for a lovely background that’s shockingly quickly to assemble.
Low and Behold
Conserve cash (and encourage cross-table mingling) by going with low focal points rather of taller arrangements. A rustic trough-style planter can accommodate a compact variety of roses, ivy, and more. Given that it’s a longer footprint, it provides itself well to rectangular tables.
Nestling hors d’oeuvres into fresh grass (or perhaps fabric-topped flower foam) provides an air of whimsy to mixed drink hour. This method works best for simple finger foods that visitors can easily pluck from the toothpicks.
Dreamy Overhead Decor
It’s appealing to focus all of your attention on decking out the tables and anything at eye level. But when it pertains to decorations, don’t forget to search for! String twinkle lights and glass orbs from the rafters to develop ambiance right out of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Delicious Dessert Spread
Sure, you want to have your unique minute cutting the cake. However after that? Your guests will like satisfying their craving for sweets with grab-and-go goodies like whoopie pies. Organized on cake plates, they’re quite and abundant sufficient to a crowd.
Simple and Sweet
In a wonderfully rustic location, it’s okay to nix the formal linens and let well-hewn wooden tables take center stage. They play well with industrial metal chairs, a welcome reprieve from those ubiquitous Chiavaris.
Refuel with an outdoor s’mores break at a fire pit prior to heading back to the dance floor. Supply the classics (marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers), or elevate the basics with a hazelnut spread and gingersnap or molasses cookies.
Leading Shelf Bar
Assorted wooden cages set up at staggered heights let the bartender flaunt the wines and craft beers being provided. Sheet moss adds an unfussy touch of plant that will not wilt as the night goes on.