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Rustic weddings are always a popular wedding theme choice, especially among couples who want a cool, relaxed vibe on their big day. But what is a rustic wedding? Though the idea of a rustic wedding has been of particular interest over the past few years, the fact is: it’s a timeless wedding theme that has been around for, well, ages. Rustic weddings have a strong country, garden or farm-like influence, and they tend to feature lots of natural textures such as bark, and various organic materials and fibres.
Rustic weddings are somewhat casual and are often held in venues such as barns, farms, mountain lodges, or ranches. In fact, anywhere that incorporates the great outdoors or the countryside is a perfect fit for a rustic theme. The décor tends to incorporate lots of natural elements including wood, burlap, wild flowers, fruits and the like. It can be a little bit shabby and using a lot of mismatched elements is not just acceptable, but expected at a rustic wedding.
You don’t need to have all of these elements to have a rustic wedding, for example, you could be getting married in a hotel ballroom but using rustic decor and wild flowers. It’s more about the overall vibe than the individual details. Rustic weddings should be relaxed, romantic, and natural. Rustic weddings aren’t all about being trendy (though they can be pretty trendy). Although earthy and simple items such as mason jars, mismatched vases, glasses, and plateware are commonly found at a rustic-themed wedding, the possibilities are endless.
Rustic weddings are often confused with vintage weddings, but they are actually quite different. While the rustic theme focuses more on the natural elements and the great outdoors, a vintage wedding draws its inspiration from times gone by. Vintage weddings often have an antique Victorian flavour to them. Where rustic weddings feature mason jars full of wild flowers and burlap table runners, vintage weddings are more likely to have vintage vases, antique crockery and lace tablecloths. The only thing the two themes have in common is that they are about simplicity, nature, and character… Lots of character!