Country Wedding Invitations

Hello again everyone, hope you liked my first posting earlier this week!

It is now time to look into invitations for country style weddings. I will look at these invitations from a designer perspective and a future bride perspective.

Below is the first invitation that is on this blog that I will give my perspective on. This invitations color is definitely leading towards the rustic style because of the different shades of brown in the background of the printed paper. I would have some different colors in this invitation because right now nothing there isn’t any hierarchy. This would help for guests to know where the location or what times the different event was. However, I do really like the add-on that the invitations has from under the printing page, those include the ribbons that are added to the top paper. This adds more character and personality to the invitations for guests to enjoy. The set of three invitations here is consistent throughout the different types of forms for there wedding. This will help guest keep track of what invitations goes with what form for the reception. Trust me, when your guests have five weddings in one year they will thank you for keeping everything together and consistent throughout. I would say something that would help is to have an accent color added on these invitations. It could be a color that is your main wedding color or some kind of color that describes you and your fiancé. This invitation could have more personality and creativeness so that the guest will want to keep it and not just throw it in the trash when your wedding is done with. Doing this is just being more different then a plain piece of paper. You could make it 3-D by just folding the invitation differently with the same amount of paper that you could have used for just a paper over paper invitation.

Country themed Invitations

Thank you for reading this post. Stay tune for next week’s theme and invitation!

This Week’s Theme is Country!

Personally, I love country anything. Therefore, for my wedding will have a ton of country themed decorations and such. Since I love country and my to be husband loves rock, it took some confusing for this to be the theme of our wedding. However, in the end I did convince him that country was the way to go since I love it and he loves woodworking. Now some of you maybe think what the heck does woodworking have to do with country? Well a lot of signs and decorations are actually made out of wood to give it the rustic look. For example, below are some different examples of wood sign that was made for someone’s special day.

Wood signs for country theme

Wood looks great with signs but there are so many other ways to incorporate wood into your country themed wedding day. Below is an example of how wood could be used for other purposes during a country wedding. In this case they are using this wood buckets to hold different kinds of potato chips. If I were to have these at my wedding, I would fill up the buckets with different flavors of popcorn.

Wood Buckets

Even though there are a lot of aspects to a wedding, it this case for a country wedding you can get it by using rustic things and wood. Lots of both of these will get your county theme across to your guests. I believe that this is a growing theme for weddings now days. However, every bride and bride party can make it his or her own kind of country theme. For example I am planning to do a country wedding but for my fiancé I am going to be putting some touches of rock and roll into the theme. I will be doing this by the music that is being played, which will include country and rock. I will also make the decorations to have a darker side, inside of a bright white color. This is just me though so remember that you make your day what you want it to be!

Thank you for reading about this weeks wedding theme!

Please feel free to add comments, photos and to discuss this country-wedding theme! I would love to hear all of your thoughts of this post and what you would like to see for future posts!

Stay tuned for a post later this wedding relating to the country weddings!