Congratulations! He popped the question and you said “Yes!” Next is the planning phase. Whether you want to get married in a small country chapel or in your parent’s backyard, a country wedding requires just as many decisions as a traditional wedding. Location, gown, flowers and food are just a few of the details to consider when planning your country wedding.
1. Barn Weddings
Explore the many possibilities of incorporating a barn into your wedding day. Get hitched in the fresh air with the barn as your backdrop, or make it the centerpiece of your wedding. A barn provides an intimate setting for a reception, and may even come in handy as a backup location in the event of rain.
2. Rustic Wedding Handbook
Detailed guide for creating a unique and rustic environment to say, “I do.” This handbook covers key decisions regarding the date, the venue and the guest list, plus includes bonus tips for finding and repurposing items found at flea markets and rummage sales.
3. Vintage Weddings
Celebrate your love with personal touches and vintage style. Ideas for the Farmhouse Fete wedding include using handmade jams and jellies as table decorations and guest favors. Top with a burlap or lace lid cover to keep with the theme of your wedding.
4. Rustic Wedding Chic
Make your wedding day more personal by opting for a rustic or country themed wedding. Nontraditional venues, such as orchards, fields, lodges, vineyards, and summer camps set the stage for a memorable and cherished event.
5. Rustic Chic Wedding
Choose from several vintage inspired wedding themes, including Rustic, Recycled & Re-purposed, and the Urban Farmhouse, and discover how to create romantic and whimsical projects to express your love. Project ideas include a monogrammed cake stand, tin can favors, and personalized place mats.
6. Prairie Style
Barns, woodlands and gardens have become increasingly popular as wedding venues. This fully illustrated book showcases unique ideas that blend the rugged with the elegant, from a garden party utilizing reclaimed materials to an upscale dinner in a cornfield.
7. Inspired Weddings
Whether you want to get married on a farm, in a field or in the woods, get inspired with ideas from a Farmhouse Rustic wedding. Find original ideas for invitations, the ceremony, the attire, the flowers, and the reception. Plus, find contact info for featured designers and retailers at the end of each chapter.
8. Country Living Weddings
Everything you need to plan the perfect country wedding. Includes tips for evaluating the pros and cons of indoor and outdoor locations, selecting a theme and corresponding elements (such as cake and flowers), establishing a budget, and working with vendors and wedding planners.
9. Handcrafted Country Wedding
Containing over 300 do-it-yourself projects for a personalized country wedding, this book assists the bride with everything from the engagement to the reception. Included are tips for choosing a theme, mailing engagement announcements and invitations, and other important details.
10. Stylish Weddings
Get inspired by the top wedding designers and their themes. This book is chock full of cost effective, customized projects to make your day special, including step-by-step instructions for creating homemade wedding invitations, a farm bucket cake stand, and potato-stamped linen napkins for a Farm Chicks Country themed wedding.