Rustic Country Western Wedding Dresses and Themes for any Cowgirl
Cowgirl's Wedding Day
A Country Western Wedding
In a time, where most couples live out their daily lives in the midst of hustle and bustle, consider an atmosphere of leisure, simplicity, and rustic charm for your wedding day. Rustic countryside weddings can transport you and your guest to an elegant time, tucked way to a simpler time, if only for a little while. Whether choosing a romantic country inn, whimsical country church or a freshly swept barn remember to keep four things in mind;
- · Location, location, location.
- · Seasonal time of year.
- · Guest services
- . Incorporate Denim!
Asking many of your closest family, co-workers, and friends to travel miles and miles might be a little too much to ask. However, it is your wedding and it is a great way to keep your wedding scaled back and your wedding costs way down. Most guests (non-family members) commonly travel up to three hours for a wedding.
When considering the magical place to host your rustic, western charmer consider the time of year before setting the date. Hosting a late springtime wedding eliminates the worry of wilting flowers, bugs (especially wasps, bees and horseflies), and overheated guests suffering through tortuous, stagnate, heat. Winter barnyard weddings are too cold, and late August early September weddings are sure to be a big mistake.
Finally for your big day, keeping your guests comfortable and happy, makes for a sweeter lasting impression. Make sure there are plenty of restrooms, and adequate supplies of water and refreshments. Keeping a small first aid kit hidden away, somewhere close by, is always a good idea.
If there is limited lighting for the evening affair, start collecting jelly, jam, or even pickle jars right now. Using recycled glass jars not only adds a nice added touch to the décor, it is good for the environment! This terrific way of adding extra light to your festival and also, a neat way to show others around you, the real benefits of "going green."
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