Sue Jacobs Cakes opened it’s doors in 1982 in a small town in Washington State. A traditional Rustic Wedding was very popular in this area. We are excited to see this trend expanding to others parts of the country.
We have created a list of the top Rustic Wedding trends and ways to incorporate this fun theme into your wedding.
Invitations: Burlap, DIY and vintage themes are traditional invitations for a rustic type wedding.
Decor: Keep the wedding and reception simple, yet classy. White dinnerware, napkins made from dishtowels. Using heirloom silver tied with twine make an elegant, yet casual look. To make the place card, cut craft paper card stock into small tags, and write guests’ names in a pretty script.
Colors: Set a romantic scene with a color palette of burlap, white, cream, sage and olive.
Food: Keep you food simple and delicious. Farm to table type caterers are perfect for completing the rustic feel. Even Food Trucks!
Cake: Naked cakes, wood looking cakes and simple cakes are all the rage with rustic weddings.
Helium ballrooms, and chandeliers are not for every wedding couple. More and more couples are opting for naturally beautiful nuptials. From country-chic ceremonies to barn receptions. Rustic Weddings are certainly gaining popularity! Couple’s are going wild for countrified details and touches of rustic elegance. Wedding in the middle of a wheat field, and old red barn, down by the creek, on top of a hill. The possibilities are endless for a Rustic Wedding!
Image credits to Cyndi Hardy Photography, Jasmine Amber Photography, Lisa Eley Photography, Lia’s Photography, and SJA Photography.