Cowboy boots are popular country wedding attire and there are a variety of styles available ranging from traditional, ultra-rustic, and elegant.
Numerous brides at 1899 Farmhouse country wedding venue opted to add cowboy boots to their country wedding attire. Many of them selected the boots to add a wonderful country accent to their weddings. Some brides selected them because they wanted to reflect their country style. The boots also provided comfort for their feet during a long day of wedding activities.
Most of the brides at our country wedding venue decided to wear traditional cowboy boots in various shades of brown or black. Others wore two tone versions. Some wanted to go really rustic and wore distressed cowboy boots.
The selection of wedding cowboy boots for country wedding attire is endless. There are some boots made specifically for weddings. We found some by searching wedding cowboy boots on Amazon. These boots provide western style boots in the traditional white and off-white wedding gown colors. Some are embellished with glitter, floral inlays, floral embroidery and crystals.
Additionally, you can have the traditional brown or black western style boots with features that are perfect for country wedding attire. They are available with colorful floral accents and floral embroidery. For brides who want more colorful boots, there are options that will add a huge splash of color to your wedding attire. The colors include turquoise, pink, red and more.
Brides also opted to include cowboy boots for the bridesmaid attire as well. They paired the traditional cowboy boots with a wide array of colorful bridesmaid dresses. They chose dresses that were knee length or shorter to spotlight the boots. Some of them selected colorful boots.
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.