We love the way that country weddings have evolved over the past couple of years. They’re no longer just about sunflowers and cowboy boots, and while there’s nothing wrong with those ideas, we’re excited to see brides put their own spin on country weddings. Today’s wedding feature incorporates fields, a farmhouse, and straw, but does so in an elegant way. The exposed farmhouse tables lend a rough, rustic vibe while eucalyptus runners soften the aesthetic. Pink glassware and cafe-style lighting adds a modern feel. And let’s look at that ceremony site: with mountains as the backdrop and the guests seated in the field, it couldn’t be more romantic.

Megan & Adam | Figueroa Mountain Farm House Wedding from Eric Frank Cinema on Vimeo.

Venue: Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse | Photographer: Brumley & Wells | Videographer: Eric Frank Cinema | Coordinator and Stylist: Beijos Events | Florist: Carissa Jowett of JL Designs | Invitations: Twinkle & Toast | Calligrapher: Poppyjack | Desserts: Sweet and Saucy Shop | Vintage Rentals: Borrowed Blu | Chairs, benches and bar: Classic Party Rentals | Tables and corn hole sets: Against the Grain | Caterer: The Pairing Knife | Dress: Sarah Seven from Lovely Bride | Suit: Klein Epstein Parker | Mr. & Mrs. Sign: The Duo Studio

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