Friday, June 6, 2008

Orchard Wedding

The second inspiration board of the day diverges from the week of bold, bright colors. This one is for a summery, laid-back orchard wedding celebration with a rustic country feel. I would keep the flowers to a minimum and decorate instead with lots of candles (I love the warmth that candlelight adds!) and fruits.



Row 1. Photo 1: Blueberry-topped creme brulee from The Knot. Photo 2: Votives hung from tree branches from The Knot. Photo 3: Strawberry and scone favors from Martha Stewart Weddings. Photo 4: Escot cards on clothesline from The Knot.


Row 2. Photo 1: Berry-topped basketweave wedding cake from Martha Stewart Weddings. Photo 2: Bride and groom photo from Mel Barlow. Photo 3: Barn photo from Brides.com.


Row 3. Photo 1: Wedding signage from The Knot. Photo 2: Invitation from Dauphine Press.

4 comments:

Tracy said...

I love the details on the barn doors. Creates a fantasy-feel to a rustic environment. If I wasn't thought of as being so urban I would love to get back to my rural roots!

Wedding Inspirations said...

Have you seen the Urban Rustic board at snippet & ink? You can totally combine urban and rural!

Check it out here:

http://snippetandink.blogspot.com/2008/04/board-189-urban-rustic.html

-k said...

So pretty! I actually know of someone who had a wedding without a single flower. I think this could especially work in an outdoor wedding, as you have pictured here. And think of the cost savings!

Wedding Inspirations said...

You're right, k--by skipping the flowers entirely, people could save money and still have a beautiful wedding. Less really can be more!