What says country more than cowboy boots? They’re adorable on a bride and work perfectly for the bridal party as well. It provides just the perfect touch of country twang. Country singer Miranda Lambert sported a pair of white cowboy boots when she tied the knot to husband, Blake Shelton. And might I add – she pulled it off quite well! She even had her bridesmaids wear them in varying shades of brown and purple.
There are so many options for brides to choose from when it comes to rustic centerpieces. You could go with the classic mason jar of wildflowers, finished off with a ribbon of burlap for that natural, country vibe. Or you could fill the jars with colorful fruits for a pop of brilliant color. Martha Stewart Weddings suggested placing these centerpieces on a slab of wood cut-out for an outdoorsy and woodsy feel.
Okay, this idea is seriously cool (Pinterest never disappoints). If you’re having a smaller get together for your wedding, fill an old rusty wheelbarrow (the more beat up, the more it fits with theme!) with ice and a variety of your favorite beers. It screams country nuptials and guests can feel free to help themselves to whatever pleases their palette!
Incorporating the country theme into your wedding invitations is as easy as pie. One of my personal favorites is this Country Sunflowers – Corabell Invitation. It gives off a bright and sunny feel with wild sunflowers amid country grasses. Does it get more rustic than that?
Send your guests home with a token of your love by giving them koozies! Strictly Weddings had one that said, “To have and to hold … to keep your beer cold.” Funny, yet cute! Opt for a country design or stick with you and your groom’s name followed by the date of your nuptials. I also loved the idea from Offbeat Bride of giving your wedding guests little jars of strawberry jam. It’s not only sweet and delicious (like your nuptials) but it follows the country farm vibe to a tee.