Are you thinking of planning a more casual, nonchalant and romantic wedding somewhere in a country side and haven’t found yet the right flowers or bouquets to choose for you and your bridesmaids? Well, perhaps you can get the right kind of inspiration you need for planning your own bouquets and décor arrangements in these pictures we’ve posted on this page below. We have only nice things to say about outdoors weddings in general because we find them among the most inviting, warm, vibrant and cheerful ones of all. This is why we always recommend couples who are planning the wedding for a spring or summer season to go for a nature inspired wedding.
Anyway, we do the same thing when it comes to brides and grooms who are planning a colder season wedding. There is nothing more beautiful, rich and inspiring than a romantic autumnal or winter time wedding that takes place outdoors – in a garden, in a greenhouse, in a park or even on an open field. When it comes to cold season weddings, the locations that are available or the venues that you can choose from are even more exotic and eccentric, such as deserts, mountain tops, rainforests or woods. It seems that more and more couples today are interested in spending a more adventurous and perhaps fun wedding in a more unusual and wild location.
And perhaps these preferences are closely linked to the need of planning a more unique, original, personalized and remarkable wedding that the majority of the couples have these days. For this article we thought to present you these beautiful and highly vibrant rustic wedding bouquets that we want to show especially to the brides who have decided to go for a country inspired wedding or for a farm themed wedding. It doesn’t really matter whether the wedding is going to be in or outdoors as long as the decorations and the flower bouquets are inspired by the lovely nature.
In our opinion, “rustic” means natural, organic, vibrant, energizing, dynamic, colorful, vivacious, nonchalant, creative, bold, artistic, fresh, inviting and simplistic. These are only a few things that come to our mind when we think of rustic weddings in general. This theme is more appropriate or adequate to brides who are not into the big fussy and extravagant nosy weddings in the city and for those who want something relatively more casual, pretty, fun and wild.
There are many types of flowers that you can use for creating a more natural looking and refreshing rustic wedding bouquet and we are going to give you a few examples in this regard: Billy Balls, peonies, delphiniums, narcissuses, hydrangeas, pansies, wildflowers, irises, hyacinths, cherry blossoms, lilies of the valley, freesias, lilacs, calla lilies, ranunculuses, lavenders, magnolias, anemones, zinnias, gardenias, tuberoses, yarrows, sunflowers, asters, gerbera daises, carnations, dahlias, spider mums, marigolds, chamomiles, cosmos, garden roses, stephanotises, back eyed susan, violets, hibiscuses, plumerias or baby’s breath. We are convinced that you will be able to make wonderful rustic bouquets and arrangements using these special blooms listed here.11