Sunday, November 13, 2011

Winter Wedding Ideas

A rustic wedding theme creates a warm, earthy, organic and romantic atmosphere that is perfect for any winter wedding! Whether you want your wedding to be in a trendy ceiling in the city or a charming farmhouse in the countryside, this fun and unique wedding theme work for any budget size.

When I invaded a rustic wedding, I have a sophisticated, sort-of country style image to decorate with lots of natural elements. This creates a lot of opportunities for do-it-yourself projects with things that can come even from her own garden, such as twigs, bark, cones and berries.

Here are some really rustic chic ideas for your wedding table decorations:

• Use vintage tin pails for your flowers. A rustic red looks great, especially if the container is a little worn, shows some of the silver box where the paint has worn off. Antique shops and flea markets usually have many of these to choose from. Or, if you're not on a tight budget, you can buy them from places like Pottery Barn.

• Use fruit and vegetables such as artichokes, pears, apples or eggplant as the primary focal point by placing them in unique vintage containers. Add to other elements in and around your fruit or vegetable centerpieces such as herbs, flowers, twine, and candles to tie the look

• industries are nicely integrated into a centerpiece, either placed in tall vases or just leaning on the table along with your other heart decorations. You can save a lot of money by consolidating branches, twigs and branches below, or you can choose whether they buy in craft stores.

• A large piece of wood from a tree trunk work great as a stand for your centerpieces. You can even customize each on a corner with the initials of the bride and groom and wedding date, perhaps surrounded by a heart. Place objects on the heart, such as glass cylinder vases filled with candles and wrapped with tape, and then maybe rest for a few dried flowers around the bottom of the vase.

• Make your own rustic candle or flower pots by buying or looking after old glass and cans, and then wrap and decorate it with things like cinnamon sticks, vines, twigs, twine, sponge, cloth or buttons!

• An easy way to include a lot of natural elements, using things like berries, walnut shells, acorns, pine cones and stones in the glass candle holder or vase to hold your branches, twigs or flowers.

• Vintage wooden bird cages can really add a charming touch to your centerpieces. Surround her with things like moss balls, flowers and candles.

• lanterns are one of my favorite centerpieces. A large oil-rubbed bronze or black lantern with moss and river rocks surrounded looks absolutely fantastic! It is also easy to reach a budget.

Be not afraid, so each table has its own unique style. With a rustic style, you do not want a uniform look anyway! If fact, you can specify that a table be completely different and each would have its own unique name. For example, you can create a "walk in the woods" table with many wooden elements and light and perhaps a "romantic rustic" table with many antiques and ruby ​​red.

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