Whether you grew up in the country or live in the country today, you want to bring your roots into the wedding celebration. We bet you can think of a million ways to do just that but we’ve got a few ideas to help you get started with your Vintage Farm wedding.

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Country Living
We love the rustic themes of country living, especially the idea of hosting your wedding in a shabby chic barn on the family farm. Spread the celebration out by placing tables both inside and outside of the barn (if weather permits). This allows some guests to enjoy the outdoors while others can rest in the shade out of the elements. Remember to dress up the barn door with drapery, garland or floral arrangements. A beautiful entrance sets the mood for the whole event.

Sweet Simplicity
Choose the simple treasures of country life and incorporate them into your wedding. Baby’s breath is a beautiful (and very affordable) choice for your wedding flowers. Mason jars become simple vases and they really drive home the rustic theme. We’ve used the Baby’s Breath Seal and Send Invitation to introduce the look and we’ve chosen to enhance the look of the reception tables with aqua wedding napkins featuring a matching mason jar design.

Vintage Charm
Vintage details are the perfect complements to a country wedding. The bride and groom shown here share a romantic moment with the rustic beauty of an antique truck in the background. We adore the incredible photo opportunities and charming atmosphere this creates. Consider incorporating antique trucks, wagons or tractors into your wedding and wedding photos.

Photo Credits: Bridesmaids: Lindsey Johnson Photography via Rustic Wedding Chic, Reception: Geneoh Photography via Once Wed, Ceremony Chairs/Buckets: Paige Hull via The Vintage Round Top, Couple: Kelsey Kradel Photography via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Cake: Adriana Morais Photography via Rock My Wedding