Rustic wedding ideas and tips

Rustic weddings are increasingly popular out there – and even more so when the cold season approaches. There is something very romantic and beautiful about a wedding taking place in the middle of the nature, with stunning landscape guarding over the bridal couple and their guests.

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Because we know you might need them, we have put together some of the best tips on how to plan a rustic wedding. They will help you create a décor suitable for the background surrounding your venue and they will also contribute to making this day unforgettable for everyone invited.

  • “Rustic” does not necessarily have to mean shabby. Of course, rustic weddings usually go well with vintage-inspired and shabby chic décor as well, but if you want to lean more on the elegant part of things, you can do that as well. There are many creative ideas that blend the rustic theme and the elegant one in a harmonious way. For example, you can combine elegant white roses with burlap table runners and classy flatware too – and they can look marvelous together!
  • Choose colors that go well with the season and with the environment. Combining white with yellow shades, orange, red or even silver and gold can go really well with fall (and the last two colors will look exceptional in the winter as well).
  • Your centerpieces should go with the rustic theme as well. Don’t be afraid to be creative with this either and bring flowers, candles, twigs and even pine cones together for your centerpieces because these things really make the difference.

Visit Black Horse Inn for a wedding venue that is versatile and works well with just about any idea you may have in terms of décor. Surrounded by the stunning natural beauties of Virginia, this place is just what like those in your dreams!

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