Minimalist, colourful, modern or country atmosphere, all styles are there. Simplicity, nature and friendliness in places more beautiful than each other, rustic-style weddings are popular for a few years, and here too. Because you may be organizing your wedding and looking for inspiration, or just because you want to rediscover some of the beautiful days of our recent year’s lovers.
Incorporation of Nature: A rustic wedding always incorporates nature–outdoor venues are commonly used for rustic weddings, as well as wooden details and greenery arrangements.
Have enough pretty little bouquets of gleaned flowers disposed in bottles, jars and other containers found to decorate these long dinner tables, and some wreaths of foliage hanging on the frame of this barn to dress this beautiful place.
A “Casual” Feel: Many wedding experts describe “rustic” as a “country” style–I think that is false. Yes, a country wedding of course encompasses the rustic-feel, but so can a laid-back vintage or bohemian wedding. A “casual” wedding does not mean your wedding is not elegant or classy–it just means the feel is not a black-tie affair. As the years go on, weddings with a casual, comfortable feel are becoming more and more popular–especially in the south.
Simple Décor: Simple decor is an overly broad term, but it simply means nothing extravagant. A rustic wedding has a “down-to-earth” feel– If you love the vintage look, use old antiques. If you love the bohemian look, use simple flower arrangements. All these different pieces of decor and styles can be categorized under the word “rustic.”