In Michigan we have many awesome venues that offer the perfect setting for a rustic wedding. From old barns to pre civil war churches to gorgeous gardens there are so many options. Even with a proper setting it takes a clear vision and inspiration to keep a rustic wedding chic and modern.So check out these inspirations for a DIY Rustic Wedding.
These rustic chic invitations are super easy to make. Michaels sells a kit that includes the invitations, invitation pockets, twin, tags, envelopes, response cards and response card envelopes. Easy and Diy – awesome. Plus, you can find a list of materials and instructions at Michaels Weddings
These Escort Plaques eliminated the need for a table and cards and double as decor.
You can also find ind a list of materials and instructions at Michaels Weddings.
I adore David Tutera, if I ever had a “do-over” he would totally be my wedding planner.
The man is magic. This Bottle with Lit Branches is his creation. He did this specifically for Michaels Weddings.
Love bright color daisies in these rustic holders from Rustic Wedding Chic.
It would be cute to carve the couple initials in the wooden slate.
I love everything about this cake from Pieceful Wedding.
With it’s whimsy design, birds and lace it’s rustic but so elegant chic.
This cake from Style Me Pretty is awesome.
It’s interesting how they went with more a birds in nature theme than just rustic.
Barn weddings, like this one from Intimate Weddings, are unique because they offer a rustic
venue with all of amenities of an indoor wedding.
A little bit of the outdoors brought inside at Style Me Pretty.
How great is this card holder from Etsy?
They can be made light or dark and with flowers to match your bouquets.
How cute are personalized burlap favors from Beau Coup?
One of my favorite ideas for outdoor weddings are lights in the trees.
The Frosted Petticoat Blog used chandeliers but glass lanterns or even paper lanterns would look awesome too.