Rustic and woodland are still storming ahead in wedding decor popularity, with brides opting for a relaxed, stripped back feel to their wedding.
Log slices are still really popular in rustic weddings and add the perfect base for wild flowers centrepieces in mason jars tied with brown string. Single white floating tea lights also feature in rustic decor and give a warm relaxing glow for the perfect laid back atmosphere, which completes the rustic theme.
Favours & Nameplaces
Rustic favours in the form of seeds to grow your own flowers are popular rustic choices. Some couples are also opting for home-made preserves or liquers in tiny mason jars as a quirky, yet rustic gift for their guests. Small log slices with guest names printed on for name places also double up as a nice gift for the guests to take home after the wedding.
Hessian chair covers, with single sunflowers tied into the bow are a simple, yet colourful addition to any ceremony decor. Rustic weddings are also featuring woven branch archways with fairy lights wrapped around for the perfect focal point to say your ‘I Do’s’.
Rustic wooden signs for ‘this way to the reception’ or wooden plaques with song lyrics emblazoned on them are still big hitters. Upturned wooden crates are also being fashioned as guest seating and as plinths for love letter displays. Wine barrels have been upcycled into tables for popcorn stations or even into ice boxes for bottles drinks for the guests to enjoy.