Farms are on the rise as places to tie-the-knot at and we totally get why. Not only do they provided stunning wedding photo backdrops but the causal nature of them is more than a little enticing! Oh, but don't get scared off by the word causal, you can still make a laid-back wedding day look incredibly beautiful. Case in point, this gorgeous Georgia based farm wedding pulled together by the talented Dixie Events!
Keep scrolling to find some sweet and simple wedding ideas for your easy-going farm wedding day and don't forget, we have even more for you to see in our full gallery thanks to Lindsey LaRue Photography.
From Dixie Events:
I was initially inspired for this styled shoot by the collaborative nature of a charcuterie board. By their very nature, they turn food into a fun, interactive experience, and I began to think about what a wedding would look like where it was the centerpiece and inspiration. A couple’s love story began to form in my mind and the rest fell effortlessly into place.
Our Couple’s Story:
Growing up, the bride’s childhood home sat on lots of green acres. It was the hub for family get-togethers and nurtured her love for hosting events. That tradition followed her to college, and her apartment quickly became the spot where all her friends gathered. At one of her get-togethers, her friend brought the man she would eventually marry. Having grown up in a household with a tight-knit family, he fell in love with the way the bride opened her home to others and made them feel welcome.
The Big Day
Their wedding would ultimately be a reflection of that. Their family and close friends arrive that morning to find beautiful green pastures, much like where the bride grew up. The bride's flowers look as if they had been picked right out of the farm’s garden and fields. The cake is simple, almost as if it was baked at the farmhouse. In the center of the lawn, their guests gather around a table that’s covered end-to-end by an overflowing brunch charcuterie board full of farm-fresh food. It’s here where everyone would spend their time talking and sharing story after story about the couple and their love. An intimate wedding where the couple is surrounded by what’s most important to them: family, friends, and the atmosphere of togetherness.
Details Not to Miss:
-the brunch-based charcuterie centerpiece filled with biscuits, fresh foods, and syrups
-the fresh floral hairpiece tucked into the bride’s curls
-a color story that is vibrant and varied, while still feeling light-hearted and fresh
-the rolling hills and European-style equestrian barn that serves as the wedding backdrop
-the guest welcome baskets that contained farm fresh eggs, tea, and jam
-a sapphire teardrop ring