The trend for country wedding attire for bridesmaids. groomsmen and the groom is simple, casual country. Brides tend to stick with the traditional formal wedding attire with simple country accents and accessories. At 1899 Farmhouse outdoor wedding venue, denim and cowboy boots were common country wedding attire for wedding parties.
In some cases, denim jackets were popular. Each bridesmaid wore different styles of denim jackets and different dresses. Each bridesmaid also wore different styles and colors of cowboy boots.
In other weddings, the bridesmaids wore denim jackets and dresses that were the same color, but slightly different styles. Most of the dresses were bright colors and knee or thigh-length. They also wore cowboy boots in different styles and colors. Headbands completed the outfits.
For some weddings, the bridesmaids wore simple, knee-length sundresses and completed the outfit with cowboy boots.
In all of the weddings, the brides opted to wear a variety of traditional wedding gowns. They often adorned flowers or headbands.
Bouquets were often rustic and simple for the bride and bridesmaids. They were usually small white flowers or sunflowers, but some had bright pops of color.
Many of the grooms continued the country theme by wearing jeans. Some wore long sleeve shirts with the jeans and others added a vest with the shirt, which was usually a different color than the shirts worn by the groomsmen. They all wore boutonnieres on their shirts or vests. Boots were common and some grooms accented the attire with a cowboy hat.
A common trend was for the groomsmen was to wear jeans, matching long sleeve shirts, boutonnieres and cowboy boots.
When planning the attire for your outdoor wedding, use your imagination to add special country accents to display your unique style. As usual, the bride must stand out and be the focal point of the wedding.
About 1899 Farmhouse Outdoor Wedding Venue
1899 Farmhouse is a secluded, peaceful, beautiful, outdoor wedding venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions. This beautiful 11-acre venue, near Lucas, TX and Lake Lavon, features a historic house built in 1899, swimming pool, 6,000 sq. ft. covered pavilion with electrical outlets, and a gazebo. The property also has many large pecan trees and numerous other lovely, scenic areas that are perfect for outdoor weddings. It has hosted weddings for couples from cities all around the Dallas/Fort Worth area, including McKinney, Allen, Anna, Celina, Fairview, Frisco, Garland, Greenville, Lewisville, Little Elm, Lucas, Melissa, Mesquite, Parker, Plano, Princeton, Prosper, Richardson, Rockwall, Sherman and Wylie.