Very sweet mason jar set up - I like that, instead of focusing solely on the jars themselves and dressing them up, it’s more about the overall aesthetic, combining sunflowers and wildflowers with a vintage framed sign.
How could I not share this amazing ceremony set up with you. It’s tumbleweed meets vintage chic, and it’s executed to perfection.
In more of a dry, country setting, bringing colors into the space is a great way to dress up your aisle. Also, consider using alternates to chairs, such as covered hay bales.
It’s that time of year again! Vogue has published its annual wedding guide, dubbing June the most important wedding month of the year and, hey, who argues with Vogue?! Here are a few favorites that I’ve pulled for you, but don’t hesitate to check out the full range of selects - from society to beach to country, they’ve covered it all!
This bouquet design evokes a vintage country feel thanks to the flower choice, as well as the embellishments. With a red checkered ribbon paired with a locket (likely holding images of loved ones), it’s a very on-theme, personal approach.
Ivy & Aster Spring 2012 Collection - ruffles give this dress an innocent sweetness, perfect for the country or on a beach