Moodboard Monday: Rustic weddings

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There’s still time to catch a copy of Mollie Makes’ Let’s Get Hitched wedding supplement before it sells out, and here’s a little more to get you in the mood. We’ve already given you extra coverage of vintage style weddings and funky retro wedding styling on the blog, and here’s the third… For the girl who wants the wonder of the woodland, a touch of fairytale, and an eco edge on her big day, try rustic style for weddings, engagements, and any outdoor party.

1. You’ll feel like a woodland princess in this ever-so pretty woodland crown by Serenity Crystal. The shop has a beautiful selection of bridal head pieces with a rustic touch. 2. Go for pretty swathes of torn fabric strips with these fabric banners. Drape them across walls, between trees or along the front of your feature tables. Designed by Lisa Stone from Sweet to my Heart. 3. Use these cute vintage fork easels to display place setttings, a selection of photos, or special message cards. Available in packs two by Morgann Hill from Bragging Bags. 4. A sweet little place to keep your promises to each other, in a personalised vows book. Also by Morgann Hill from Bragging Bags. 5. Cute alernative to diamante for the bridesmaids or even the bride! A birdie bobby pin, available from Sparkle and Posy. 6. The perfect just married banner, made with rustic letter tiles and black glitter-embossed pegs. Great for your top table, or for a photo opp. Available from Twine Decor. 7. Here’s a wonderful woodland alternative to the traditional ring cushion. Try nestling the rings in a wooden log tray with hollowed out heart. So modern country. Designed by Homen Stead. 8. Tiny bundle of twigs make ideal place settings. Look at this crafty country wedding decor, available from Fairyfolk Weddings.