A Wonderfully Rustic Wedding

What do you need to have a truly rustic wedding?

Today we’re talking about one of the most beautiful real weddings we’ve had at THE SPRINGS to give you the perfect rustic guide.

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Mumma, the source of this gorgeous wedding day.

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Photography thanks to Evoke Photography.

The first part of planning a rustic wedding is picking the venue that will give you the right atmosphere you want–do not solely focus on the rustic feel, but think about the elegance and classiness as well.

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THE SPRINGS location in The Woodlands

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After the venue is chosen, the decor frenzy begins.  Focusing on the rustic theme, try to decorate with signs that have dark colors contrasted with wooden frames.  It looks gorgeous, and it will really stand out.

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You also need a place to display your favorite photos of you and your sweetheart–what better way than this gorgeous wooden frame with clothespin lines?

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And of course, you need the right attire.  Can we just talk about how in LOVE we are with these boots?…

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And this rustic wedding dress?

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Finally, one of the last essentials–the wedding cake.  You cannot have a rustic wedding without a white cake, some greenery, and a tree bark cake display.

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Add all of these details together, and you get THE most gorgeous rustic wedding.

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We are so grateful to the Mummas for letting us share their beautiful, rustic wedding day with them.  It was simply breathtaking, and the perfect inspiration for anyone planning on centering their special day on a rustic theme.  We send our best wishes to the two of you for all of the years to come!

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Ready to start planning your dream wedding?  Book a tour with us today!

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Written by Brianna Yates

Brianna Yates

Social Media Marketer for THE SPRINGS Event Venue.
Wife. Gym-goer. Ball cap lover.