Nothing beats the rustic charm of a countryside wedding. Everybody is able to get away from the hustle bustle of city life for a few hours of magical and peaceful countryside beauty. The countryside’s rustic and vintage elements make for a stunning wedding venue that minimal decorations are only needed. Here are a list of tips and ideas for your countryside wedding:
An al fresco reception is the best option for countryside weddings. Hang string lights over the trees in your reception area or use bistro lights for a magical and soft glow over the reception tables. Learn about wedding venues Faversham on www.juddsfollyhotel.co.uk.
Use old apothecary bottles and place single-stem wild flowers in them for a simple yet elegant centerpiece. Use old beer bottles as table number holders.
Instead of setting up a photo boot, arrange hay bales by a wall. It does not only show off the rustic theme but it also makes a beautiful background that does not grab the attention away from your guests who wants to get their photos taken.
Forget about wearing a tiara and go for a flower crown instead. Choose one made out of baby’s breath and wildflowers. You can also have your hair in braids and insert wildflowers through the braids.
Time your wedding so that you and your guests can catch the sunset. Saying your vows during the golden hour as the sky turns to pink makes beautiful photo moments and will make your ceremony more romantic.
Getting a good pair of bridal boots instead of heels will make you feel the rustic charm better and allows you to dance the night away later.
Add them on your groom’s or groomsmen’s boutonnieres or in your bridal party’s bouquets. Sunflowers are a staple in countryside weddings and is an element that gives a pop of color to your rustic and vintage theme.
Remember, countryside weddings Kent is all about nature so make sure to use nature to define your decor.