If you’re tying the knot on a farm, it’s safe to assume you’ll have ready access to some old barn doors. We’ve seen many creative couples dress up their rustic weddings with barn doors recently, and it’s quickly becoming one of our favorite trends! Take a look at 10 of our favorite ways brides and grooms have featured barn doors at their weddings, and be sure to ask your venue manager if you can borrow a pair for your own “I dos.”
These antique French doors make for a beautiful ceremony backdrop.
Photo credit: Nathan Nowack
Use a door to welcome guests to your wedding ceremony.
Photo credit: Shannon Rosan Photography
This creative pair used a set of doors as a backdrop for their wedding portraits.
Photo credit: Lauryn Galloway Photography
Use a set of old doors to mark the way to your wedding ceremony.
Photo credit: Aimee Howell Photography
Dress up some antique doors and use them as a backdrop for your “I dos.”
Photo credit: Kelley Craig Photography
We love the moss-covered initials on these ceremony-marker doors.
Photo credit: Jennifer Stuart Photography
Together, these mismatched doors make for a beautifully minimalist backdrop.
Photo credit: George Street Photo & Video
Drape colorful doors with fabric for a rustic-elegant look.
Photo credit: Debra Kapustin Photography
Barn doors have a lovely vintage feel when paired with church pews.
Photo credit: Rosanna Marie Photography
Gather old barn wood from your family’s farm and build your own DIY ceremony entrance like this couple.
Photo credit: Kelya S Photography