An Evening of Rustic Elegance II

The inspiration for our wedding came from a number of places;  fall season, champagne color of my ring stone, charm of the barn, love of fabric, texture, and creating things. An evening of rustic elegance was the mood we decided to create for our day. The Blue Dress Barn was the perfect start in creating this mood; exposed beams, vintage chandeliers, the charm of an old barn in the woods. Texture,color, and vintage finds were a few of the things that we wanted to incorporate into the day.

Champagne, ivory, warm grey, and touches of deep chocolate created the lovely palette of warm neutrals.  Tissue taffeta, silk dupioni, and organza were just a few of the different fabrics used in various projects.  Thread, knobby yarn, and satin ribbon also had a strong presence in the full scape of the day.


There are so many more amazing details coming up next…

[Images c/o Benjamin Dell and Shay Spaniola]

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9 Responses to “An Evening of Rustic Elegance II”

  1. Erin

    This whole wedding is absolutely amazing. Every detail is perfectly rustic. Hope mine looks as beautiful as Kelly’s.

  2. Lily

    Her centerpieces are very unique. I love how she didn’t use fresh flowers. It definitely makes the wedding stand out.

  3. HLB

    This just shows how details really make a wedding and you don’t have to spend a fortune to make it beautiful. I love it when you bring guest bloggers on.

  4. Kristin Thome

    What a beautiful wedding. What did you use to cover the tea light holders in the picture above?
    Very quaint and romance.

  5. KELLY

    Kristin – I work for a home accessories company, which is where I purchased the votives from. They are covered in a natural colored gauze material, you should be able to find something very similar at Jo-Ann Fabrics.

  6. Marisa

    Kelly, everything is so beautiful. I have to ask (because I am attempting a DIY invitation project) what fonts did you use and where did you find them? I LOVE the lowercase script of "jeremy and kelly", the number font for the tablecards, and of course the small cap print for the date and the placecards. Please share!


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