Monday, July 1, 2013

Country folks gettin' hitched!

Can ya beat a country weddin'? I'm not sure ya can. Granted, I'm a little biased, living amongst the mountains and ranch land of western Montana. Country details in weddings have always been a favorite though. Burlap-wrapped vases and lanterns, mason jars for lemonade, hay bales for sitting, red barns for receptions, sweeping vistas for ceremonies, wildflowers for bouquets, entrances on horseback, singing birds, cowboy boot-clad bridesmaids....the list goes on and on! There's something cozy about a country wedding, and it works well as a theme for a Do It Yourself wedding too. Lots of work, but fun in terms of doable crafts.

Lovely country photography

I love the sepia tones of these pictures
Field wedding ceremonies: beautiful (hope it doesn't rain!)

Lots of folks using straw bales lately

Barn receptions are some of my absolute favorites

Oh the uses of mason jars! I love these lanterns

Burlap accents! Can't go wrong. I love using indoor furniture outside too.

What lovely spring-y colors here!
And who wouldn't want to get married with this view?! Gotta love my Bitterroot Valley, MT!


  1. A field wedding ceremony and a barn reception with tons of twinkling lights can be so totally swoonworthy! have a beautiful day, darling.

  2. Oh I adore all of these wonderful images. So rustically beautiful.

    Have a very happy fourth of July!