One of the hottest trends in weddings these days is to use elements that feel organic and natural. Rustic Wedding in woodland with Carmine + Brown + Burgundy + Marsala and Plum come to mind. There is no doubt that woodland weddings can be serenely beautiful, if done in the right way. Having a rustic theme usually means that some element of wood is used and nearly anything that embraces aspects of nature,for a design element that can feel earthy. Think deep plum, marsala, and moody burgundy hues for wedding decor and the beautiful, vibrant bouquet like sample in the palette captured by Laura Gordon And the fun dessert bar is definitely my favorite detail from this palette Nakalan McKay Photography captured the perfect details, so pretty!
Autumn Rustic Woodland Wedding – Wedding Ceremony in Woodland
Here are some wedding ceremony in woodland ideas
Locations with a barn, national park, or some type of outdoor environment, with wood or nature settings, can set the rustic scene.
There are an endless amount of rustic wedding centerpiece ideas. Here are a few ideas to help you find inspiration: mismatched glassware, low arrangements, and birch wrapped vases. Even though simple flowers can easily go with this style, don’t feel obligated to use flowers in your rustic centerpiece.
Wood slices not only are a great rustic touch, but they also make really great pedestals for important details. My three favorite uses for wood slices are as a cake stand , a cupcake tower and table numbers.
For more rustic wedding inspiration
- Rustic Summer wedding – real wedding
- Rustic vintage wedding
- Rustic chic wedding neutral shades
- Brown and gold rustic wedding
- Cozy rustic fall wedding
Image credits : Wedding Invitation – Ashley D Photography | bouquet – Laura Gordon | bride & groom dessert bar – Nakalan McKay Photography via greenweddingshoes | wood slice as cake stand – Gabriel Ryan Photographers via greenweddingshoes | cake stand – Amy Arrington | ceremony in woodland – Paige Lowe Photography | ceremony – Brad Claypool | ceremony – dylandsara