Rustic Buffalo Plaid Wedding Ideas

Rustic weddings are one of the biggest trends in modern weddings. A Buffalo plaid wedding is going a bit further with the western style party decorations, with a focus of red and black colors.

How do you decorate for a rustic wedding?

  • burlap and lace wrapped holders for flowers or candle holders
  • burlap table runner
  • adding twine to cutlery settings
  • baby’s breath or cedar bows for flower centerpieces or wall decorations
  • burlap Mr & Mrs signs for the back of the bride and groom chairs
  • wooden arch made with drift wood
  • wedding in a barn
  • adding a lantern to the cake table
  • antlers on the arch or head table

What do you wear to a rustic wedding?

  • it depends on the venue
  • does the invitation have specified attire
  • wear something more formal if you’re unsure – an ironed button up shirt and dark pants
  • add a bow tie or suspenders
  • ask the bride for confirmation on attire

What does having a rustic wedding mean?

A rustic is one that is focused on a country theme – barn, wood, lace, twine, cedar, outdoorsy. Greenery is used throughout the venue to make it more of a woodland feel to it. It looks down to earth, not overdone with sparkles. There could be pottery, mason jars, and wood rounds used for decorations.

How to plan a rustic wedding?

  • venue in a barn or outdoors
  • decorations – woodland/outdoorsy
  • flowers – greenery, neutral colors – white/beige
  • candles – in mason jars
  • flowers down the aisle – in mason jars
  • lights – string lights for the ceiling or fairy lights in a mason jar on the tables
  • archway – wooden, handmade with drift wood, covered with greenery or white flowers
  • signs – made with burlap, slate, canvas
  • red/black napkins
  • pine cone name holders
  • gold candle holders
  • wood round place mats
  • twine wrapped menus
  • black and red wedding invitations
  • greenery boutonniere
  • red and black tie
  • wood round ring holder wrapped with twine holding the initials of the bride and groom
  • lace tablecloths

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