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  • When it comes time to escort your guests to their seats at the reception, it becomes a difficult task. You have a herd of (hungry and thirsty) people trying to find their names on either cards, tags, or better yet charts. To eliminate some stress, display your seating arrangements during cocktail hour so that they can take their time to look. Here are a few creative ideas that come to our minds: 

    1. Framed Chart  - Accessorize with tassel balloons to create a focal point. 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

    2. Window  - Rent or purchase a reclaimed antique window and handwrite guests' names in each pane. 

    Photo: Richard Ellis Photography

    3. Wooden Door - Hang different sized frames on a wooden door for a vintage-inspired touch. 

    Photo: Crystal Satriano Photography

    4. Poster Board - Instead of listing guests' names under each table number, why not alphabetize? 

    Photo: Retrospect Images 

    5. Chalkboard - Name your seating arrangement something unique like "trailhead." 

    Photo: Wren Photography

    6. Clothespins and Tags - An easy DIY project if you're on the prowl! 

    Photo: Angela & Evan Photography

    7. Books - Fit for your literary-theme, gather your favorite reads for guests to see. 

    Photo: Sherri J. Photography

     

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  • This is an especially good idea if you and your fiancé met at college. 

    1. Pose With Your College Crew (and a Flag Pennant) 

    Photo by Birds of a Feather

    Gather your friends from your freshman floor and Pysch 101, and get some signage in the shot! 

    2. Get Married on Grounds

    Photo by Cramer Photo

    This is an obvious one, especially if you met at college—like Kristen and John did at the University of Virginia. 

    3. Name Your Tables After On-Campus Attractions 

    Photo by Shannon Cronin

    Take a cue from Julie and Pete, who met at Boston College—one of their tables was named after the school's football stadium. 

    4. Honor Your Alma Mater with the Groom's Cake

    Photos by Annabella Charles and Christa Elyce

    Categorically the most delicious way to show off school spirit at a wedding. 

    5. Bring the Band In 

    Photo by Shannon Cronin

    Pete worked in secret for six months (six months!) to surprise bride Julie with a performance by the Boston College Marching Band. "As a bride, you go over every single detail of the day over and over in your head, so for me to be so genuinely surprised by something my husband had planned was truly special," she said.

    6. Custom Cornole! 

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography

    Play up college rivalries at your reception with some competitive lawn games. 

    7. A Color-Coded Unity Ceremony

    Photo by LindseyK Photography

    Pick colors from your rival schools. 

    8. A Pom-Pom Send-Off

    Photo by Erin Lindsey Images

    Have guests wave pom poms with your school colors as you exit the party. 

    BROWSE ALL REAL WEDDINGS

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  • Prepare to swoon as we round up some of the most amazing, picture-perfect outdoor ceremony setups we've ever seen! 

    1. Glammed-Up Classic

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    Loving the elegant combination of a tiered chandelier, lavish draping, and grand floral arrangements.

    2. Enchanted Archway 

    Photo by Valentina Glidden

    Imagine saying your vows beneath this canopy of twinkling trees!

    3. Luxe Seaside Scene

    Photo by Lane Dittoe

    We're dying over these stylish lucite columns and white lacquered planters spilling over with hydrangeas!

    4. Scattered Pink Petals

    Photos by Jose Villa

    This fresh pop of fuchsia is perfect for a cheerful garden wedding. 

    5. Lush Green Hillside

    Photo by Eric Kelley

    The backdrop of rolling hills, the intimate circular seating, and the soft light have our hearts. 

    6. Blooming Garden Gates

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    No words. So romantic. Is this a dream?

    7. West Coast Eclectic

    Photos by Caroline Tran

    We love idea of creating a faux doorway to make your big entrance! Add the willow tree, giant blown glass vases, and floral altar and we have a winner! 

    8. Bold Stripes and Paper Flowers

    Photo by Danielle Capito

    The playful, punchy decor gives this setting some serious personality. 

    9. Rustic Mountaintop Beauty

    Photo courtesy of Talia Events

    Natural textures and vivid florals are a perfect pair for a mountain wedding.

    10. Giant Shady Oak

    Photos by Sarah Kate Photographer

    Proof that the most beautiful backdrops can be found in nature. 

    11. Sundrenched Mountainside

    Photo by Mirelle Carmichael

    But with these pretty market umbrellas, guests will have it made in the shade.

    12. Modern Glam Rooftop

    Photos by Birds of a Feather

    Such a chic transformation of a raw outdoor space!

    13. Bright, Manicured Garden

    Photo by Daniel Kim

    These cheerful pinks and yellows have us longing for spring.

    14. Chic, Beachy Neutrals

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    Mix white orchids with natural driftwood for a classic beach look. 

    15. Whimsical Western Ranch

    Photo by Taylor Lord

    How amazing is this paper flower display?!

    16. Vineyard Overlook

    Photo by Melanie Duerkopp

    Sometimes it's best to keep things simple and let the scenery do the work.

    Setting the scene for your I Do's? Keep the inspiration going here!

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  • Don't worry—they're still super cute! 

    1. Mod Stripes

    Photo by Kate Osborne Photography

    Chic stripes that really can be worn again—how awesome is this look for a modern winter wedding? 

    2. High-Low Citrine

    Photo by Joie La La

    These flowy yellow dresses were definitely a fashion risk . . . that completely paid off!  Love the way they look blowing in the breeze. 

    3. Chambray Polka Dots

    Photo by onelove photography

    Casual chambray shirt dresses for a casual rustic wedding—this is laid-back wedding style at it's most fun. 

    4. Vintage Delicacies 

    Photo by Our Labor of Love

    Long sheer dresses that almost look light nightgowns—we're envisioning these in a very Kate Moss-ian English Garden Wedding. 

    5. Ralph Lauren Rustic

    Photo by onelove photography

    Suede fringe skirts, distressed leather boots, big belts, white shirts—this is heritage Americana at its most authentic, people. 

    6. Pin-Up Glam

    Photo by onelove photography

    Betty Paige style get-ups, complete with seamed stockings and demure gloves. 

    7. Preppy Ribbons

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    A spunky, sweet look for a cheerful southern wedding. 

    8. Studded Sleeves (and Collars!) 

    Photo by Jemma Keech

    Punky detailing + demure peter pan collar = a glam meets punk meets classic bridesmaid look we won't soon forget. 

    9. Graphic Black and White 

    Photo courtesy of Jen Rios Design

    Stripes, prints, patterns, and solids—when considered in the same color palette, this seemingly random sampling suddenly seems perfectly styled. 

    10. An Actual Random Sampling

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    We've seen mix and match bridesmaid dresses in the same color family before, but this group is genuinely all over the map. Why does it work so well? Because all of the hues are of similar vibrancy (and those gorgeous smiles don't hurt). 

    11. White-Out

    Photo by Matt Edge Photography

    Neutral bridesmaids dresses are gaining steam this year, but a bridal party in all white is still a break with tradition. We love that this group went even further by opting for sleek, architectural silhouettes. 

    12. Floral Maxis

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Bold patten in a floor-length silhouette. Bravo, ladies—this is such a fun look for a more formal beach wedding. 

    BROWSE ALL BRIDESMAID DRESS PHOTOS

     

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  • Sure, you could assign each of your reception tables a number - it's clear, traditional, and easy for your guests to follow. However, if you want to be a little more creative, you could name your tables based on a theme. While this is certainly a cute and clever idea, we only recommend doing it if you can find a "naming theme" that truly resonates with you and suits your wedding style and venue. Check out a few of our favorite ideas here:

    Travel Themed
    Love to travel? Name your tables after places where you and your spouse have visited, or plan to visit. Your sweetheart table can be named for your honeymoon destination for a cute touch!


    Photo by Joel Bedford Photography
     

    Your Pets
    If you and your spouse are truly best buddies with your family pets, why not name your tables after them? You can name the tables after important animals in your life - from your dog, your grandmother's cat, a horse you grew up riding - the options are endless!


    Photo by Jillian Mitchell Photography

    Sports Lovers
    For couples who love watching or playing sports, name your reception tables after your favorite teams or, as this couple did, your favorite players.


    Photo by Genesa Richards Photography
     

    College Pride
    If you and your honey are college sweethearts, you might name your tables after buildings or landmarks at your alma mater.


    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    Wines
    Getting married at a vineyard (or just loooove wine)? Naming your tables after your favorite wine varietals is fun and totally works with a vineyard theme!


    Photo by Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Your Jobs
    If you and your future spouse met at work, you could find creative ways to use your careers in your table names. For example, this lawyer couple named their tables after Supreme Court Justices. Just make sure that your guests can understand the references.


    Photo by Abby Jiu Photography

    Music Lovers
    Are you and your future spouse huge music buffs? Name tables after your favorite artists or songs - even your the music venues you frequent!


    Photo by Tia & Claire Studio

    Seasonal and Venue-Focused
    Think about the season when your wedding is taking place, as well as the venue. This couple named their tables after apple varieties for a fall wedding at an orchard. But for spring weddings you could name tables after your favorite flowers, or your favorite beaches at summer weddings.


    Photo by Jagger Photography

    Looking for more table number sign ideas? Check out these beautiful ideas!
     


     

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  • Photo by Jose Villa

    Planning a wedding in a barn, on a farm, or in the countryside? Create a picture-perfect scene with our ten favorite rustic wedding decor ideas!

    1. Grapevine Wreaths

    Photos by (from left): Karena Dixon, Allison Davis

    Dress up the branches with flowers, ribbons, or greenery for a pretty, personal touch. 

    2. Hay

    Photos by (from left): Katelyn James, Jose Villa

    Hay bales are great for creating unique displays or festive seating arrangements.

    3. Wildflowers

    Photos by (from left): Amy Arrington, Jen Huang

    Go with loose arrangements of wildflowers like larkspur, waxflower, phlox, daisies, bluebells or buttercups for that relaxed, freshly picked look. 

    4. Burlap

    Photos by (from left): Leila Brewster, Anne Brookshire

    Burlap is a great way to incorporate natural texture into your wedding decor. Use it for table runners, aisle markers, bunting, favor bags, signs...the possiblities are endless! 

    5. Draping

    Photo by Mastin Studio

    Draping is a great way to bring warmth and personality to a raw space, especially when you are working with lofted ceilings, as is often the case with a rustic venue. 

    6. Birch Bark

    Photos by (from left): Carlie Statsky, Hazelnut Photography

    Wrap sheets of birch bark around vases, candles, or buckets for beautiful rustic centerpieces. 

    7. Chalkboards

    Photos by (from left): Shaun & Skyla Walton, Gina & Ryan Photography

    Use chalkboards in lieu of paper for unique wedding signs, menu boards, chair signs, table numbers, escort cards, place cards, and more. 

    8. Galvanized Buckets

    Photos by (from left): Tanja Lippert, Leslee Mitchell

    Set a relaxed countryside scene with tin buckets spilling over with wildflowers. 

    9. Tree Stump Tables

    Photos by (from left): Anne Nunn, Michelle Cross

    We love these fun, creative accent tables for cocktail lounges and decorative displays! 

    10. Grapevine Balls

    Photos by (from left): Jess + Nate Studios, Elyse Hall

    Grapevine balls are great for rustic ceiling decor, aisle markers, centerpieces and more. Dress them up with string lights, flowers, or ribbons for a unique look.

    For more rustic wedding inspiration, don't miss our Rustic Wedding Decor Ideas board!

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  • "A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart," an unknown author once wrote. Working in the wedding industry, I often find myself being more concerned about the details and less cocerned about the overflowing amount of love a couple receives on their big day. Perhaps one of my favorite moments are those a bride shares with her father and mother. Caution: these photos are tear-jerkers. You've been warned! 

    1. Processional - He'll be there to catch you if you trip or fall in your high heels as you walk down the aisle together. 

    Photo: Keepsake Memories Photography

    2. Adjusting the Veil - He'll be the one to make any last-minute adjustments like placing the veil over your face. 

    Photo: Julie Napear Photography

    3. Giving Away - He'll be the one giving you the last hug before you say, "I do" to your soon-to-be spouse. 

    Photo: Maxwell Monty Photography

    4. Blessing - He'll be the one giving you his blessing before your significant other proposes. 

    Photo: Jodi Miller Photography

    5. Toast - He'll be the one giving a "long and boring" speech during the reception. 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

    6. First Dance - He'll be the one who chooses the father-daughter dance song. 

    Photo: Landon Jacob Productions 

    7. Choreographed Dance - Or he'll be the one that performs a choregraphed father-daughter dance. Surprise! 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

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  • Invitations (free samples) - http://www.annsbridalbargains.com/home.jsp

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  • Venues

    http://selahspringsranch.net/

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heart-of-Texas-Events-Center/190704971008206

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-National-Bank-Community-Room/111486078885101

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-Civic-Center/211905592158247

    https://www.facebook.com/vfwbrady

    Photographers

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Teri-Rose-Photography/1457345297819999

    https://www.facebook.com/DeniceMeadorPhotography

    *https://www.facebook.com/CherishThisMomentPhotography*

    https://www.facebook.com/billie.garner

    https://www.facebook.com/alexicait

    Florist

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-Floral/138681309526852

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Steffens-Flowers/122443061145254

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  • When it comes time to escort your guests to their seats at the reception, it becomes a difficult task. You have a herd of (hungry and thirsty) people trying to find their names on either cards, tags, or better yet charts. To eliminate some stress, display your seating arrangements during cocktail hour so that they can take their time to look. Here are a few creative ideas that come to our minds: 

    1. Framed Chart  - Accessorize with tassel balloons to create a focal point. 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

    2. Window  - Rent or purchase a reclaimed antique window and handwrite guests' names in each pane. 

    Photo: Richard Ellis Photography

    3. Wooden Door - Hang different sized frames on a wooden door for a vintage-inspired touch. 

    Photo: Crystal Satriano Photography

    4. Poster Board - Instead of listing guests' names under each table number, why not alphabetize? 

    Photo: Retrospect Images 

    5. Chalkboard - Name your seating arrangement something unique like "trailhead." 

    Photo: Wren Photography

    6. Clothespins and Tags - An easy DIY project if you're on the prowl! 

    Photo: Angela & Evan Photography

    7. Books - Fit for your literary-theme, gather your favorite reads for guests to see. 

    Photo: Sherri J. Photography

     

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  • This is an especially good idea if you and your fiancé met at college. 

    1. Pose With Your College Crew (and a Flag Pennant) 

    Photo by Birds of a Feather

    Gather your friends from your freshman floor and Pysch 101, and get some signage in the shot! 

    2. Get Married on Grounds

    Photo by Cramer Photo

    This is an obvious one, especially if you met at college—like Kristen and John did at the University of Virginia. 

    3. Name Your Tables After On-Campus Attractions 

    Photo by Shannon Cronin

    Take a cue from Julie and Pete, who met at Boston College—one of their tables was named after the school's football stadium. 

    4. Honor Your Alma Mater with the Groom's Cake

    Photos by Annabella Charles and Christa Elyce

    Categorically the most delicious way to show off school spirit at a wedding. 

    5. Bring the Band In 

    Photo by Shannon Cronin

    Pete worked in secret for six months (six months!) to surprise bride Julie with a performance by the Boston College Marching Band. "As a bride, you go over every single detail of the day over and over in your head, so for me to be so genuinely surprised by something my husband had planned was truly special," she said.

    6. Custom Cornole! 

    Photos by Katelyn James Photography

    Play up college rivalries at your reception with some competitive lawn games. 

    7. A Color-Coded Unity Ceremony

    Photo by LindseyK Photography

    Pick colors from your rival schools. 

    8. A Pom-Pom Send-Off

    Photo by Erin Lindsey Images

    Have guests wave pom poms with your school colors as you exit the party. 

    BROWSE ALL REAL WEDDINGS

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  • Prepare to swoon as we round up some of the most amazing, picture-perfect outdoor ceremony setups we've ever seen! 

    1. Glammed-Up Classic

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    Loving the elegant combination of a tiered chandelier, lavish draping, and grand floral arrangements.

    2. Enchanted Archway 

    Photo by Valentina Glidden

    Imagine saying your vows beneath this canopy of twinkling trees!

    3. Luxe Seaside Scene

    Photo by Lane Dittoe

    We're dying over these stylish lucite columns and white lacquered planters spilling over with hydrangeas!

    4. Scattered Pink Petals

    Photos by Jose Villa

    This fresh pop of fuchsia is perfect for a cheerful garden wedding. 

    5. Lush Green Hillside

    Photo by Eric Kelley

    The backdrop of rolling hills, the intimate circular seating, and the soft light have our hearts. 

    6. Blooming Garden Gates

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    No words. So romantic. Is this a dream?

    7. West Coast Eclectic

    Photos by Caroline Tran

    We love idea of creating a faux doorway to make your big entrance! Add the willow tree, giant blown glass vases, and floral altar and we have a winner! 

    8. Bold Stripes and Paper Flowers

    Photo by Danielle Capito

    The playful, punchy decor gives this setting some serious personality. 

    9. Rustic Mountaintop Beauty

    Photo courtesy of Talia Events

    Natural textures and vivid florals are a perfect pair for a mountain wedding.

    10. Giant Shady Oak

    Photos by Sarah Kate Photographer

    Proof that the most beautiful backdrops can be found in nature. 

    11. Sundrenched Mountainside

    Photo by Mirelle Carmichael

    But with these pretty market umbrellas, guests will have it made in the shade.

    12. Modern Glam Rooftop

    Photos by Birds of a Feather

    Such a chic transformation of a raw outdoor space!

    13. Bright, Manicured Garden

    Photo by Daniel Kim

    These cheerful pinks and yellows have us longing for spring.

    14. Chic, Beachy Neutrals

    Photo by Samuel Lippke Studios

    Mix white orchids with natural driftwood for a classic beach look. 

    15. Whimsical Western Ranch

    Photo by Taylor Lord

    How amazing is this paper flower display?!

    16. Vineyard Overlook

    Photo by Melanie Duerkopp

    Sometimes it's best to keep things simple and let the scenery do the work.

    Setting the scene for your I Do's? Keep the inspiration going here!

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  • Don't worry—they're still super cute! 

    1. Mod Stripes

    Photo by Kate Osborne Photography

    Chic stripes that really can be worn again—how awesome is this look for a modern winter wedding? 

    2. High-Low Citrine

    Photo by Joie La La

    These flowy yellow dresses were definitely a fashion risk . . . that completely paid off!  Love the way they look blowing in the breeze. 

    3. Chambray Polka Dots

    Photo by onelove photography

    Casual chambray shirt dresses for a casual rustic wedding—this is laid-back wedding style at it's most fun. 

    4. Vintage Delicacies 

    Photo by Our Labor of Love

    Long sheer dresses that almost look light nightgowns—we're envisioning these in a very Kate Moss-ian English Garden Wedding. 

    5. Ralph Lauren Rustic

    Photo by onelove photography

    Suede fringe skirts, distressed leather boots, big belts, white shirts—this is heritage Americana at its most authentic, people. 

    6. Pin-Up Glam

    Photo by onelove photography

    Betty Paige style get-ups, complete with seamed stockings and demure gloves. 

    7. Preppy Ribbons

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    A spunky, sweet look for a cheerful southern wedding. 

    8. Studded Sleeves (and Collars!) 

    Photo by Jemma Keech

    Punky detailing + demure peter pan collar = a glam meets punk meets classic bridesmaid look we won't soon forget. 

    9. Graphic Black and White 

    Photo courtesy of Jen Rios Design

    Stripes, prints, patterns, and solids—when considered in the same color palette, this seemingly random sampling suddenly seems perfectly styled. 

    10. An Actual Random Sampling

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    We've seen mix and match bridesmaid dresses in the same color family before, but this group is genuinely all over the map. Why does it work so well? Because all of the hues are of similar vibrancy (and those gorgeous smiles don't hurt). 

    11. White-Out

    Photo by Matt Edge Photography

    Neutral bridesmaids dresses are gaining steam this year, but a bridal party in all white is still a break with tradition. We love that this group went even further by opting for sleek, architectural silhouettes. 

    12. Floral Maxis

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Bold patten in a floor-length silhouette. Bravo, ladies—this is such a fun look for a more formal beach wedding. 

    BROWSE ALL BRIDESMAID DRESS PHOTOS

     

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  • Sure, you could assign each of your reception tables a number - it's clear, traditional, and easy for your guests to follow. However, if you want to be a little more creative, you could name your tables based on a theme. While this is certainly a cute and clever idea, we only recommend doing it if you can find a "naming theme" that truly resonates with you and suits your wedding style and venue. Check out a few of our favorite ideas here:

    Travel Themed
    Love to travel? Name your tables after places where you and your spouse have visited, or plan to visit. Your sweetheart table can be named for your honeymoon destination for a cute touch!


    Photo by Joel Bedford Photography
     

    Your Pets
    If you and your spouse are truly best buddies with your family pets, why not name your tables after them? You can name the tables after important animals in your life - from your dog, your grandmother's cat, a horse you grew up riding - the options are endless!


    Photo by Jillian Mitchell Photography

    Sports Lovers
    For couples who love watching or playing sports, name your reception tables after your favorite teams or, as this couple did, your favorite players.


    Photo by Genesa Richards Photography
     

    College Pride
    If you and your honey are college sweethearts, you might name your tables after buildings or landmarks at your alma mater.


    Photo by Shannon Cronin Photography

    Wines
    Getting married at a vineyard (or just loooove wine)? Naming your tables after your favorite wine varietals is fun and totally works with a vineyard theme!


    Photo by Shelly Kroeger Photography

    Your Jobs
    If you and your future spouse met at work, you could find creative ways to use your careers in your table names. For example, this lawyer couple named their tables after Supreme Court Justices. Just make sure that your guests can understand the references.


    Photo by Abby Jiu Photography

    Music Lovers
    Are you and your future spouse huge music buffs? Name tables after your favorite artists or songs - even your the music venues you frequent!


    Photo by Tia & Claire Studio

    Seasonal and Venue-Focused
    Think about the season when your wedding is taking place, as well as the venue. This couple named their tables after apple varieties for a fall wedding at an orchard. But for spring weddings you could name tables after your favorite flowers, or your favorite beaches at summer weddings.


    Photo by Jagger Photography

    Looking for more table number sign ideas? Check out these beautiful ideas!
     


     

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  • Photo by Jose Villa

    Planning a wedding in a barn, on a farm, or in the countryside? Create a picture-perfect scene with our ten favorite rustic wedding decor ideas!

    1. Grapevine Wreaths

    Photos by (from left): Karena Dixon, Allison Davis

    Dress up the branches with flowers, ribbons, or greenery for a pretty, personal touch. 

    2. Hay

    Photos by (from left): Katelyn James, Jose Villa

    Hay bales are great for creating unique displays or festive seating arrangements.

    3. Wildflowers

    Photos by (from left): Amy Arrington, Jen Huang

    Go with loose arrangements of wildflowers like larkspur, waxflower, phlox, daisies, bluebells or buttercups for that relaxed, freshly picked look. 

    4. Burlap

    Photos by (from left): Leila Brewster, Anne Brookshire

    Burlap is a great way to incorporate natural texture into your wedding decor. Use it for table runners, aisle markers, bunting, favor bags, signs...the possiblities are endless! 

    5. Draping

    Photo by Mastin Studio

    Draping is a great way to bring warmth and personality to a raw space, especially when you are working with lofted ceilings, as is often the case with a rustic venue. 

    6. Birch Bark

    Photos by (from left): Carlie Statsky, Hazelnut Photography

    Wrap sheets of birch bark around vases, candles, or buckets for beautiful rustic centerpieces. 

    7. Chalkboards

    Photos by (from left): Shaun & Skyla Walton, Gina & Ryan Photography

    Use chalkboards in lieu of paper for unique wedding signs, menu boards, chair signs, table numbers, escort cards, place cards, and more. 

    8. Galvanized Buckets

    Photos by (from left): Tanja Lippert, Leslee Mitchell

    Set a relaxed countryside scene with tin buckets spilling over with wildflowers. 

    9. Tree Stump Tables

    Photos by (from left): Anne Nunn, Michelle Cross

    We love these fun, creative accent tables for cocktail lounges and decorative displays! 

    10. Grapevine Balls

    Photos by (from left): Jess + Nate Studios, Elyse Hall

    Grapevine balls are great for rustic ceiling decor, aisle markers, centerpieces and more. Dress them up with string lights, flowers, or ribbons for a unique look.

    For more rustic wedding inspiration, don't miss our Rustic Wedding Decor Ideas board!

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  • "A daughter may outgrow your lap, but she will never outgrow your heart," an unknown author once wrote. Working in the wedding industry, I often find myself being more concerned about the details and less cocerned about the overflowing amount of love a couple receives on their big day. Perhaps one of my favorite moments are those a bride shares with her father and mother. Caution: these photos are tear-jerkers. You've been warned! 

    1. Processional - He'll be there to catch you if you trip or fall in your high heels as you walk down the aisle together. 

    Photo: Keepsake Memories Photography

    2. Adjusting the Veil - He'll be the one to make any last-minute adjustments like placing the veil over your face. 

    Photo: Julie Napear Photography

    3. Giving Away - He'll be the one giving you the last hug before you say, "I do" to your soon-to-be spouse. 

    Photo: Maxwell Monty Photography

    4. Blessing - He'll be the one giving you his blessing before your significant other proposes. 

    Photo: Jodi Miller Photography

    5. Toast - He'll be the one giving a "long and boring" speech during the reception. 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

    6. First Dance - He'll be the one who chooses the father-daughter dance song. 

    Photo: Landon Jacob Productions 

    7. Choreographed Dance - Or he'll be the one that performs a choregraphed father-daughter dance. Surprise! 

    Photo: Daniel Kim Photography

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  • Invitations (free samples) - http://www.annsbridalbargains.com/home.jsp

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  • Venues

    http://selahspringsranch.net/

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Heart-of-Texas-Events-Center/190704971008206

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-National-Bank-Community-Room/111486078885101

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brady-Civic-Center/211905592158247

    https://www.facebook.com/vfwbrady

    Photographers

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Teri-Rose-Photography/1457345297819999

    https://www.facebook.com/DeniceMeadorPhotography

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