Planning a rustic wedding? Let us help you finish it off with the perfect rustic touches! Here’s the top 5 rustic trends for 2013!

1. Bridesmaid Cardigans:

         To help add rustic flare to your wedding try adding a touch of casualness. What’s better than mixing a fancy bridesmaid gown with a casual cardigan?

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 2. Vases, Lanterns, and Jars:

          Lanterns filled with flowers, tied to trees, or simply full of candles will add a rustic, vintage, touch to any wedding. Vases can be painted with chalkboard paint, spray painted, and used as centerpieces. The biggest reception trend for the season is mason jars! There are so many different ways to use them in your wedding from toasting glasses to centerpieces.

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3. Repurposed Items:

            Repurposed furniture is a great way to add personality to your wedding. The big trend right now is rustic doors to be used in the ceremony space, old armoires, chests, and benches. Find some old crates and use them to add height throughout the reception or to set cakes and pies on. Another great find would be this old barrel used as an ice chest!

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4. Burlaps and Plaids:

           Don’t be afraid of pattern! Nothings better than mixing calicos, plaids, and florals for table cloths, runners, and linens. Burlap draperies will give the reception or ceremony space a rustic elegance.

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5. Unexpected Florals:

 A big trend for 2013 is using unexpected flowers in your bouquet and centerpieces. Think of anything earthy from cotton to herbs to wildflowers. To enhance your wedding with a rustic feel add in some of these elements to your more traditional wedding flowers.

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