Stumps lining the aisleYou could customise with anything you want on top and surrounding the stumps (or nothing!) Some ideas: lanterns, mason jars, vases, candles. I am loving the wildflowers featured in the photo below.
Jars or vases hanging from chairsThe great thing about these is that they can easily be transported from ceremony to reception and used as centerpieces for guest tables, head table, receiving table, etc.
Baby’s breath tied to chairs with burlap bowTransport these to the reception by taking big bunches and placing them in galvanized buckets or vases of your choice.
Floral “trees”These are gorgeous! Bunches of large sticks topped with a bouquet of flowers and made to look like trees. You could DIY or ask or florist to create something similar.
Lanterns hanging from shepards hooks
Inexpensive and pretty décor.
Grapevine ballsYou can find grapevine balls from 6" to 96" on Brena.com and they come with an option of with our without lights. These can be used again in or outside of your home - great for autumn and winter decorating.
ArchesI love arches made from wood, with or without the addition of flowers they’re great focal points at the ceremony (or is that just because of the couple standing underneath…)
Wine barrelsWinery wedding or not, wine barrels are a great rustic addition. So that the wine barrel doesn’t overpower the décor that you decide to put on top, make it big: large lanterns or floral arrangements are great. Or, you can leave them bare!
Hay bail seatsCover with various sheets or quilts and you have seats for guests! Not just for barn weddings, this would be a great option for winery weddings and backyard weddings.
Wooden signsA hand painted wooden sign that shows guests where to go is practical and charming.
- What do you think of rustic or country weddings?