Monday, July 22, 2013

Rustic Handmade Wedding

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My Son was married this weekend!
We mixed elegant with rustic
and had a big celebration,
barn dance style.
Rachel had a vision of
burlap and poms,
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even on the card bucket.
We included chalkboards too,
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Mason Jars and Wine Bottles.
remembering loved ones.
So there was handmade detail
in all of the decorations.
I hope to post some tutorials
on the tea-stained poms,
vintage photo in frame,
burlap bows,
and the wine bottle and mason jar centerpieces.
If there is anything you see
that you would like details on making,
just let me know.
Marriage blessings
Rachel and Scott!
What a great weekend,
Thanks for stopping by!
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Unknown said...

My daughter got married a few weeks ago :)
Everything looks beautiful - including the happy couple:)

Twice Nice said...

Congrats to all! It looks so lovely!

Our Pinteresting Family said...

Looks so amazing! That sign is just perfect with the saying The Best Is Yet To Come.

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Oh what a beautiful couple and a gorgeous wedding! I love the mix of rustic and elegant! Huge congratulations to the happy couple!

Feral Turtle said...

Congratulations Deb! What a beautiful couple. My daughter got married last August and I must say that it looks like they had similar weddings. We used burlap and pompoms, mason jars for the table flowers and so much handmade detail. What a beautiful time you all must have had! I suspect you had your hand in the decor!! Cheers to the happy couple and to your new family member!!

Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Everything looks so Beautiful.
Thanks for sharing!


Julie @ followyourheartwoodworking said...

Everything looks wonderful, congratulations to the couple!

alice said...

What a beautiful setting. I loved everything! The best is yet to come sign is Devine . Love your style. Congrats to the newly weds.
Smiles, Alice

Karen said...


I am loving every detail of the wedding. How incredibly beautiful. I'm sure it was a treat for everyone in attendance.

Angie @ Knick of Time said...

Congratulations! It all looks absolutely lovely! Thanks so much for sharing at Knick of Time Tuesday - I'm sharing on the KoT Facebook page!

Debbie @ MeandMyDIY said...

Congratulations Deb, that's so exciting! You've been busy, haven't you? I'll bet you did quite a bit of that yourself, didn't you? I would love to see how the chalkboards were done too. I'm always so amazed at how nicely the type comes out when people hand draw them. Did you do them? You may have already posted a chalkboard tutorial about them some other time. I'll have to search your blog and see. Can't wait to see the other tutorials. Have a great day!


Deb Hrabik said...

So thankful for all of your comments and visits!
Debbie - On the chalkboards I use a special chalk set that I have with different pencils and finer chalk squares. It allows a little more finesse.

Laurel@ChippingwithCharm said...

So many lovely details :)

Jeanette@Creating a Life Studio said...

So many beautiful details! "The Best is Yet to Come" sign is so lovely and sweet! Congratulations to your family!


Christine @ Rustic-Refined said...

Congrats, everything looks amazing....and Cheers with many many happy years to the beautiful couple!

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

Congratulations to the happy couple. What fun and lovely decorations. I love the pompoms and the burlap together, super creative idea. Thanks tons for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Debra@CommonGround said...

oh my gosh, so many wonderful touches. LOVE that photo of them in the jeans!!

EveryDay Bloom said...

Beautiful. Love the rustic elegance of the burlap with the "Poms" and the beautiful flowers... the couple looks lovely and happy ( you too! New mama in law...)

My sister is getting married in a little less than a month, with a country/rustic theme. This is all so inspiring. Thanks for sharing it.

Unknown said...

What a beautiful setting. Love the details. Congratulations to the lovely couple.

Laurel Stephens said...

Oh, that looks like such a lovely wedding celebration! Congratulations all around!

Savannah Granny said...

What a lovely wedding. I love the decor and the bride and groom look awesome in that photo. I am thinking that is corn field in the back. What a wonderful photo. A corn field is the normal sight out my daughter's back door. This year it is soy bean but I love the view of the corn.
Have a blessed weekend and get some rest. You probably need it. Ginger

Heather said...

I love the burlap details! I'm helping my best friend plan her upcoming wedding which will also have a rustic theme - we just celebrated her bridal shower this past weekend and tried to add some rustic touches.

Dee said...

What a beautiful wedding! You can see your handy work thru out the whole room. Lovely job Deb. Dee from My Painted Stuff

Unknown said...

Congratulations! What fun that must have been to help put together such a beautiful wedding. Everything is so lovely. Blessings to your son and his new wife! Patti

cindy said...

Fabulous! Looks alot like my daughter's wedding almost two years ago....rustic chic barn style :) We had fun crafting and mummifying the venue with burlap too! Here's a post I did about it:

Congrats to the happy couple!

Kathy said...

Congratulations! I know there's a LOT of work that goes into a wedding - love all the detail here - beautifully done - the burlap, the mason jars, the chalboards, the picture- I can see my daughter loving this! I am delighted to share that your post will be featured in this week's Home and Garden Thursday,

Chance said...

This is just a perfect wedding to me. I love everything about it. Congrats to your family !