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Take your rustic look to the next level with antique buckets and tins, lanterns, old wood tables and plenty of flowers. We are itching to skip off to that barn reception!

Images from left to right, top to bottom: Centerpiece, Pinterest via stylemepretty; Invitation, Pinterest via stylemepretty; Reception, Pinterest ; Cake, Pinterest.

Something white, something romantic, something glamourous and something bling. Can it get any prettier? We think not!

Photos from left to right, top to bottom: Centerpeice, Pinterest via stylemepretty; Bouquet, Pinterest via ; Handbag, Pinterest via stylemepretty, Dress, Pinterest via weheartit.

When creating this look for your wedding, any color goes! We love the weathered desk holding flowers, cowboy boots on both parties, and the vintage feel of the bridesmaid dresses. This look is rustic, colorful and truly eclectic!

Images from left to right, top to bottom: Desk, Pinterest; Cowboy boots, Pinterest via stylemepretty; Bridesmaids, Etsy; Wreath, Pinterest via Etsy.

  • shardae - i really love those cowboy boots and the link attached at the bottom doesnt connect so i was just wondering where you got them?? or got the picture
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I met with Hy-Vee this week to discuss just that and I couldn’t be more excited about the plan we put together. Sneak peek: heart-shaped sugar cookies, cream-cheese-frosted pumpkin bars and peanut butter chocolate chip cookies. Um, yum! Decadent, yes, but expensive, no. That’s actually the best part. In helping plan friends’ weddings, I’ve seen them spend upward of $700+ on their cakes. We’re doing dessert our way for less than half of that! It won’t look exactly like what is below, but it will be a pretty similar set up.

 However, as much as I love a good cookie, I still don’t want to miss out on smashing a small slice of cake into Matt’s face.  Talk about a great photo op! So I’m going to ask my grandma, who is known for her cake-making abilities, to make a small one- or two-tiered round cake to put on display in the middle with a fun topper. We’ll cut it just for us – and then of course freeze to eat on our one year anniversary.  And speaking of a fun cake topper, I feel like that’ll just be the beginning of the ways to bring our personalities into this display. I was thinking about having a sign made to sit on an easel next to the table that reads “Love is Sweet” or hang a pennant sign with some clever saying. I’m getting excited (and hungry) just thinking about all the possibilities! 

Image was found on 100 Layer Cake.