Country chic weddings are all the rage! They create a familiar and casual vibe that many people can relate to. We created this country wedding guide to help you plan your perfect day.
What to Wear to a County Wedding
Nothing says country like a pair of cowboy boots. If you're the bride, we have two great pairs of cowgirls boots in white!
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Finding the Perfect Venue for a Country Wedding
Nothing says country wedding like one hosted in a barn. You don't have to have a family farm to find the perfect venue. There are many locations across the country that have rustic sites for rent. Even if you live in a densely populated area where barns are scarce, you can look to parks and botanical gardens as possible substitutes.
What Kind of Food to Serve at a Country Wedding
The great thing about a rustic wedding is that you can ditch the filet mignon and vegetable medley. Your food options should be fun and casual! Have the local BBQ pit be your caterer. If that's not an option, consider having your favorite food truck feed your wedding. For cocktail hour, serve your drinks in Mason jars for a casual touch!
Decorating Your Country Wedding
There's no right or wrong way to decorate when planning a country wedding. The best part about a rustic setting is that you don't have to spend a lot! Picnic tables can serve as seating for your guests. Hay bails are an inexpensive way to add a lounge space during cocktail hour. Christmas lights strung from the barn's rafters create a romantic mood. An old log cut into thin slices could serve as a great centerpiece for your tables.
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