A truly elegant rustic wedding is a beautiful combination to come across. And this rustic wedding is just showered with beautiful details and personal touches that you are going to love. A year ago today, Jake and Jilleen got engaged. They had been together 7 years and decided they wanted their wedding to be a small and intimate celebration with their closest family and friends. “Because of our laid back personalities, and the fact that we had waited until our thirties to get married, we did not want a formal or traditional wedding in any sense,” Jilleen tells us. They just wanted something that felt like them. Since they both grew up in various parts of the countryside, they knew that a rustic wedding would be the right setting, and they knew they wanted to keep it simple.
Be sure to check back later today for more rustic wedding ideas and images of the reception from this lovely rustic wedding.
Photography: Tec Petaja // Creative Direction, Styling + Flowers: Joy Thigpen // Videography: Joel Serrato Films // Hair and Makeup: Jordan Byers // Coordination: Meredith Zeller with Bridal Blueprints // Hand Lettering: Oh My Deer Handmades // Invitations: Lennah Press // Catering: Capers Catering // Cake: Dessert Design // Venue: Southall Eden // Live Music: Charlie Pate and Dixie’s Finest, Mark Selby and Tia Sillers // DJ: Ross Hill // Custom Table Runners: Sea and Stone Studio // Linens: Hand dyed by the bride
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