2.08.2013

A Rustic Wedding

When I was playing around with burlap the other day, I placed this 
chartreuse button mum on a bag, and suddenly it came to life!
https://www.etsy.com/listing/122133319/set-of-5-burlap-favor-bags-with-jute-tie
...and I was smitten.

Smitten with the rustic wedding feel....

http://springwellgardens.blogspot.com/2012/07/cool-green-and-white-flowers-for-susan.html
...with dreams of prairies....
http://www.thebackyardgardener.net/winery-succulent-wedding-details/green-button-mum-corsage-3
....and simplicity...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/expressions-floral/3307528738/
...of weddings enveloped with nature....



http://mygarnishedevent.com/archives/work_category/cupcakes
of lemonade...and cupcakes.

No, I'm not planning a wedding...but what fun it must be to plan a wedding today...so many ideas...

We will keep you posted on the blizzard :)




20 comments:

  1. The photos are beautiful and inspiring!

    Please do stay safe and warm during the blizzard and perhaps give us some updates. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. xo

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    1. Thanks Sherri...we are good and have power back now :)

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  2. Hi ND! I enjoyed your post. My niece and nephew got married in Waikiki last July, and they used the color scheme in the hydrangea picture ~ to work with the MacBeath tartan my nephew was wearing. It is a gorgeous combination of colors. Please stay safe in the storm! I'm thinking of everyone back east.

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  3. Oh go ahead, plan a wedding...you know you want to!! LOVELY photos, really gorgeous.
    That storm is so much in the news. Stay warm and stay inside!!

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    1. I would love to Kay...just don't know whose! We are warm now, thanks!

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  4. Beautiful! I love the mix of the green/blue flowers.

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  5. A generator is worth every penny when ice or snowstorms blow, if for peace of mind only. We had one installed this year and recently used it for a night and half a day. I was so happy. Though we haven't had any bad winter weather this year, I'll take a tornado over an ice storm. Stay warm and don't shovel too much snow.

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  6. What a pleasure to have found you today! I find your space here so charming and unique! Personally speaking I am a lover of pink but, the combination of that particular shade of green with blue is possibly my favourite colour scheme of all. It radiates flourishing nature and harmony and would seem perfectly adapted therefore to a wedding!

    Warmest greetings from snowy France,

    Stephanie, your most recent follower.

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    1. Welcome! We have been in the midst of a blizzard, but we are back in action! I also love the greens and blues! I am so glad you stopped by Stephanie!

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  7. Love these sweet , simple ideas - often simples things can make big statements!

    Melissah

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  8. What a beautiful post! My big sister is planning her wedding and this is just the kind of inspiration she needs! Hope you are largely unaffected by the blizzard? Stay warm!

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    1. Hi Meghan....visit my pinterest wedding boards for more great simple, rustic wedding ideas....We have our power back now, thanks!

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  9. A lovely post with lots of nice images.
    What really stood out for me was the way that the greens made the blue of the hydrangea jump right out at you. A startling image. I am going to remember that.
    Stay safe!
    Kirk

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    1. I agree Kirk, I love the way the hydrangea and greens play off of one another! We are warming up!

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  10. I am loving the chartreuse with the blue hydrangea, stunning!

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Thanks for chatting!

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