A country theme wedding offers a relaxing, peaceful, scenic place to have your wedding.
A good location for a country wedding theme is an elegant farmhouse that reminisces the good old country days.
It would be best to wear something informal during your wedding. A flowy, lightweight, white dresses would be comfortable, especially in the spring and summer. A loose-fitting dress would also be good for a bride to wear at a country wedding. The groom, however, could wear an informal suit and a matching tie. To give emphasis on a country wedding theme, you could use wild flowers as boutonnieres. The same concept should be used with the bridal party and the groomsmen.
A spring or summer country wedding is great if you like lots of greenery, such as full, beautiful, mature trees as a backdrop. It also adds more color and beauty If your venue has flowers planted throughout the location. There is also an abundance of beautiful, seasonal flowers available to use in wedding décor and bouquets. Sunflowers, wild flowers and simple white flowers tend to be popular at country weddings.
In the fall, you could take advantage of the abundance of fiery-colored leaves, dried corn, seasonal flowers and a variety of pumpkins. These all add a lot of color and beauty to the wedding. For a winter wedding, you may want to have the ceremony inside the venue or in a covered pavilion. Holly, pine cones, garland, mini pine trees, poinsettia and mistletoe would be great festive décor.
Other décor that you may want to consider for your country wedding are: bales of hay, burlap, rustic awning, rustic doors, cowboy boots, tree stumps, tree stump slices, lanterns, and rustic items such as old buckets, tractors, etc.
Use your imagination and incorporate elements of your style to plan an unforgettably wonderful wedding filled with memories that you will cherish forever.
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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.