If you have been looking for a little inspiration on how to add a print stye element into your wedding then this wedding is perfect for you since this wedding decided to add a chevron print into their Kentucky farm wedding. From the bride: Our main goal for our wedding day was for all of our guests to really feel love. Not just the love between us as a couple, but the love we had for all of them as well. We began calling this concept our “Love Feast.” To do this, we focused on unique details to us, instead of choosing more traditional routes. Jonathan really loves music, so he was in charge of the unique musical selections that were incorporated throughout our whole day and night Thanks to JMM Photography for sharing this rustic wedding with us today.
I am a sommelier, so I decided to use elements such as wine barrels, wooden boxes and corks for decoration. The rest of the décor was kept simple, with pure white hydrangeas off-set by lush greens. A rustic yet contemporary feel was accomplished by using burlap table linens and mason jars for water, with modern black and white chevron print table cards. Extra special attention was paid to the rustic dinner menu and wine pairings. Instead of cake we opted for French macaroons, a favorite of ours from trips to France.
Sources – photography: JMM Photography / venue: The Inn At Oneonta / catering: Jeff thomas Catering / event design: Sally Rowland Interior Design / floral design: Secret Gardens / dress designer: Augusta Jones, Peter Lagner / makeup artist: BRIDEface / bakery: Taste of Belgium