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Redneck Wedding Table Decorations

Updated on February 3, 2015

Rustic Redneck Wedding Decorations

Redneck and rustic wedding table decorations are easy to make and inexpensive as well. When it comes to weddings, everyone has their own style and Redneck, Hillbilly, and Hunting Wedding themes have become very popular in my neck of the woods. (No pun intended, of course.) Because redneck wedding table decorations feature lots of natural materials, they are easy to come by and inexpensive to assemble. From leaves, marsh grass, pumpkins, weeds, and gourds to sunflowers, seed pods and spent gunshot shells, the possibilities are endless.

Photos by Pam Larmore, All rights reserved.

Redneck Wedding Starter Set

These redneck wine glasses made from mason jars are perfect for a redneck wedding or country occasion.

Redneck Wedding Cake Topper

This humorous redneck wedding cake topper is sure to please the bride and groom. I think the bride has caught "The Big One".

Rustic Redneck Goose Wedding Decorations

Goose Decoy Bride

Goose decoys dressed as the bride and groom are the perfect Redneck Wedding Table Decoration. Every redneck has good decoys! Bride and groom costumes for dogs are the perfect fit for goose decoys!

Groom Goose Decoy

The bride all dressed in white wouldn't be complete with a groom. This groom is wearing a dog costume tuxedo...how cute!!! The tuxedo had red Christmas trim that was easily changed to camouflage material to match the Rustic Redneck Wedding Decorations.

Camouflage Table Covering for Redneck Wedding

Camouflage tableclothes are just what the groom ordered as a backdrop for the Redneck Wedding table decorations. They come in all sizes and shapes. You can get disposable paper or plastic ones or fabric ones that you can reuse. You can also use camouflage fabric, burlap, or mesh hunting netting.

Champagne Glasses for Redneck Wedding Table Decorations

Champagne glasses tied with camouflage ribbon or strips of camoflauge fabric look great on the tables of redneck weddings. The table has been covered with camouflage material.

If you wanted additional decorations, you could add twigs, seed pods, pine cones, sweet gum balls, and leaves.

Gourds as Rustic Table Decorations for a Redneck Wedding

If the redneck wedding is in the fall, gourds are a wonderful table decoration. They are natural, inexpensive and they are easy to grow yourself. They look great on tables, put in arrangements and wreaths, and scattered with chrysanthemums, pumpkins, and sunflowers.

Twigs, wheat, pinecones, and acorns can be left natural or have glitter added to compliment the wedding decorations. They are easy to find and gather, making them and excellent choice for a bride on a tight budget.

Rustic Redneck Wedding Table Decoration with Gunshot Shells

This rustic redneck wedding table decoration is the perfect accent for this hunting themed celebration. A small crock was covered with camouflage material and tied with baler's twine. Holes were punched into spent shotgun shells which were tied to the baler's twine bow. The containers were filled with silk sunflowers, cat tails, pine cones, and dried flowers. They could also be filled with fresh flowers or potted chrysanthemums.

These would be beautiful rustic redneck wedding decorations for a wedding held in a barn or hunting lodge or outside.

Gunshot Shells in Rustic Redneck Wedding Table Decorations

Here is a close up photo of the shotgun shells on the flower container. Camoflauge fabric was cut into a large square and gathered at the top of the container, then tucked inside. Balers Twine makes the perfect bow for this rustic redneck wedding table decoration. Holes were punched into the gun shells using a Crop-A-Dile Scrapbooking Tool so that they could be tied to the baler's twine bows.

Rustic "The Hunt is Over Sign"

A Perfect Redneck Wedding Decoration

A friend of the groom made this rustic sign to put on the John Boat that says, "The Hunt Is Over". It's very appropriate for this wonderful occasion! The signs could be made smaller and used for rustic redneck wedding table decorations. A wood burning kit would work great to do the lettering or if you know someone who is handy with a router, that would work too.

A John Boat Is the Perfect Rustic Redneck Wedding Decoration

A john boat holding containers of beer and soda with goose decoys and shot gun shell wreaths makes a wonderful redneck wedding decoration. The boat was draped with camouflage hunting mesh.

Shotgun Shell Wreaths for Rustic Redneck Wedding Decorations

Spent shotgun shells were hot glued to a straw wreath. A low temp glue gun does not hold as well as the regular glue gun. A burlap bow was added. These could be hung on the bathroom doors at the reception. Hunters would love this instead of the traditional Christmas Wreath! This would also be a great accent to a Man Cave or hunting lodge.

How do you like these Rustic Redneck Wedding Decorations?

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      Bartukas 

      5 years ago

      Beautiful decorations here

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      Thamisgith 

      5 years ago

      These are certainly different - and very amusing!

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      Sharyn Read 

      5 years ago from ... either in the kitchen or at my laptop...

      Funny, funny stuff - well done! You know you're a red neck when...

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      Mamabyrd 

      6 years ago

      I have been to a couple of redneck weddings. They are always a lot of fun. I love the bullet wreath. It is so creative.

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      marsha32 

      6 years ago

      too funny! cute though

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      LadyFlashman 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Love the shot gun shell wreath! Being British, I know nothing about Redneck weddings so you have certainly opened my eyes!

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      Ellen Gregory 

      6 years ago from Connecticut, USA

      The lens is interesting. The decorations......oh my.....well. I will say, I have seen anything like these decorations before.

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      IncomeFromHomeT 

      6 years ago

      I dunno. Champagne at a redneck wedding? I think beer in plastic champagne glasses might be more fitting, huh? Reminds me of the photo I saw of a general store out in the sticks that said Harry's Supplies-- Beer, Ammo, Wedding Gowns

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      robertzimmerman2 

      6 years ago

      This is just plain far out! I love it!

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      robertzimmerman2 

      6 years ago

      This is just plain far out! I love it!

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      justmelucy 

      6 years ago

      Great Lens! My mind is whirling with the possibilities. I love the photo op in the Jon Boat. The shotgun wreath, Well everything. Thanks for sharing.

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