Country Rustic DIY Wedding

Country Wedding With Umbrella

Often times brides set out to create a DIY style rustic wedding and the bride from this amazing wedding was no different. Taking place on a stunning college campus and surrounded by friends and family this wedding is a beautiful reflection of a country style DIY wedding. From the bride: I have always dreamed of having an outdoor wedding on the campus of Erskine College in my small hometown of Due West, SC. There was a spot sheltered with beautiful Southern trees right in front of the main auditorium that has always been the place where I imagined getting married, and that was one of the first details we lined up after we got engaged! It felt surreal to actually get the venue booked and know that it was really going to happen there. Thanks to our friends and Rustic Wedding Guide members, Revival Photography for sharing this wedding with us today.

Vintage Rustic Country BrideShades Of Pink Bridesmaid DressRustic Wedding InvitationsCountry Style Flower GirlsWedding Ceremony DoorsWedding Vintage VeilSC Country Wedding

I had so much FUN planning our wedding for those eight months! At first, I didn’t really know what “style” I was going for, and even now I’m not sure what it turned out to be…I would tell people it was a rustic-y/French-y/boho-y wedding. I like simple, clean lines, colors, and decor, with lots of natural wood and florals, so we included a lot of those elements in the style. 

Vintage Wedding DecorRustic Wedding South Carolina OutdoorRustic Vintage South Carolina WeddingLove Bird SignFlowers For An Outdoor Country WeddingPopcorn At WeddingFarm Table For WeddingMailbox For Wedding CardsKraft Paper Wedding ProgramLavender Wedding CakeSources – photography: Revival Photography / venue: Erskine College / reception coordinator: Sheila Nolt / coffee bar: Openroad Coffee / Video: Bryan Weaver

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    Revival Photography
    May 22, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    Thanks so much for the feature! We absolutely ADORE this couple 🙂

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