So classic, so beautiful, so perfect for the two of you. The Vintage Garden wedding look is one you can achieve without spending a lot of money, and we’re here to give you a few ideas to help you get started.
A Pretty Location
A garden wedding does not have to be in a garden but if you can find that kind of venue, we say go for it. Some public parks have beautiful floral gardens to admire and that will save you the cost of purchasing lots of fresh flowers to dress up the space. Outdoors in general is a great idea. The reception table shown here under a pergola-style structure is perfect and you can add some simple floral touches that are reasonably priced.
The Right Invite
Garden wedding invitations are plentiful, which means you have a world of designs to choose from. Ann’s Bridal Bargains offers a lot of floral designs and we offer fantastic prices, which means you can spend less on invites and more on other wedding details (like an adorable display cake with a few flowers crowning the top). We went with the Antique Rose Invitations, which also come with free response postcards.
Garden wedding details don’t necessarily have to involve flowers, especially fresh flowers since they can be so expensive. We suggest finding some fun ways to dress up the venue that don’t dip too far into your budget. The custom wedding napkins shown here are a great option. They add a nice personalized touch to the reception without much hassle or cost. The wood wedding sign has a nice vintage feel and is another great addition to this look. The bridesmaids in blush gowns with simple bouquets fit in nicely, and the vintage rose headpiece for the bride is a gorgeous accent to her attire.
Photo Credits: Reception: Sposto Photography via Style Me Pretty, Cake: Maria Lamb Photography via Chic Vintage Brides, Wood Sign: First Mate Photography Co via Style Me Pretty, Bridesmaids: Jordan Voth via Junebug Weddings, Hair: via Stylish Wedd