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Country Wedding Ideas for a Provincial Paradise

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French Vineyard Wedding

Set the stage for your day in provincial paradise. Choose country wedding ideas, like French style tables on the courtyard or shimmering outdoor lighting for a glowing terrace to dance your first dance. Surrounded by vineyards of the French countryside, choose design as beautiful as the memories you’re about to make.


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Weddings are amazing events that you’ll remember for life. But with planning all of the dresses and flowers and centerpieces and cake...it can get a little stressful. Here are a few country wedding ideas for planning a day full of rustic charm.

-Relish Rustic Decor: Shop above for a tailored list of the furniture and decor you need for the perfect vineyard wedding. Top our wooden, family-style tables with cream or burlap table runners, rattan chargers and khaki napkins, and align your tables with oval-back, oak wood linen chairs. For the centerpiece, take our Sienna vase and overflow it with grapes and lush flowers and then surround the base with Spanish moss. Stand tall, vintage candlesticks in the corners of your courtyard for light, or if you have a canopied tent, hang lanterns lit with slow-burning candles from the ceiling or exposed beams. Place planters or urns in corners and against side walls and fill them with lavender and wildflower like Queen Anne’s lace for a lavish countryside garden feel.

-Consider Your Palette: One of the best ways to decide on a vineyard wedding palette is to pull from your surroundings, so a buttery yellow, gold, and plum palette. If you want a more Tuscan read, opt for colors like apricot, orange, copper, and mix them with celadon green. But the most important part of establishing your palette is to consider the season. Do you want the vines to be green and full of grapes? Then set the date for early summer. But if you prefer burnt oranges, reds, and yellows (ultra-rustic), late September or October may be the best time for you.
For more tips, read on through the blog.