Milk Churns filled with flowers
If you are looking for a different way to display your flowers then look no further than your rustic milk churn. Easily rented from companies such as All Of Our Yesterdays and Event Prop Hire they would look completely fabulous at the entrance to your church/venue/marquee/teepee/field; endless options!
I do love a good barn wedding and today’s wedding is just that. I love that the Bride has used wheat in her bouquet, there is a cupcake table and add in some rather cool ‘photobooth’ shots and this is an inspiring wedding.
Photographer Sandra from Bphotographed tells us more, ‘Ashley and Ryan said “I DO” on a rainy day in September, but nothing was going to hold them back from enjoying their special day, especially not the rain; the ceremony had to be moved inside; however, I think it added to the country charm… We truly believe that all the little details is what makes a day that much more special, and Ashley and Ryan did an awesome job of putting this day together, it was sincerely amazing!’
Using hay bales as seating is the perfect way to capture the rustic look on your wedding day.
Photo Credit: Picotte Weddings via Style Me Pretty
This is a stylized shoot from Christy Whitehead Photography is a great example of the kind of look that you can create with a barn. The photographs were shot in Maxville, Florida and centred around the rustic look.
Event Planner: Southern Charm Events / Floral Designer: A Fantasy in Flowers / Reception Venue: The Keeler Property / Dress Store: Black Tie Formals / Cake Designer: Kakes by Katie / Transportation: Pinto Carriages / Men’s Attire: David’s Tuxedos’s / Other: Ten23 Designs