One of the trends that we love at the moment is the rustic wedding trend. This theme is perfect for couples who want a nature-filled wedding. From the outfits to the venue, here are the tips that we at Bluff Mountain Inn have put together to help you successfully plan your rustic wedding in Tennessee.
- Consider Non-Traditional Flowers
Try locally grown greenery or a mix of colorful wildflowers to achieve the ultimate rustic feel at your wedding. When it comes to securing your blooms, rather than holding your bouquet together with a silk ribbon, consider burlap or letting the stems go bare. Also, do not forget to do the same with your centerpieces, opting for just a few flower stems or greens in short vases should do the trick.
- Your Attires And Accessories
Wedding wears are a vital part of your rustic wedding theme. The plan is to go a little more casual than normal weddings so there is an opportunity for you to have a lot of fun looks. Don cowboy hats, denim and choose earthy hues for your dresses. You as the bride and groom can still go with the traditional wedding dress and black tux.
- Your Decorations
Your decorations are a great way to bring your rustic wedding to life. Try burlap and mason jars with candles and twinkling lights to illuminate dinner and dancing. You can also use chalkboards to show what’s for dinner, the timing of your ceremony or your beautiful love story and thanks for your guests. Whatever decor ideas you go with should complement your rustic theme.
- Your Location
For a full-on rustic wedding, consider hosting your celebration in a barn. We have just the barn for you at Bluff Mountain Inn. It is located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and can accommodate seating, dining, and dancing for 150 guests. With open-air windows on 3 sides, the unique place is the perfect combination of indoors and nature that you need for your perfect rustic wedding. Bluff Mountain Inn is located in Sevierville, Tennessee and has great facilities to make your wedding a success. Why not give us a call today?