This DIY Bride Dressed Her Barnyard Bash In Beautiful Rustic Details
Liz and Phil were smitten with the laid back, countryside style of The Beaver Dam Historic House. The couple’s rustic vision for their Big Day snowballed from that very moment into one of our favorite country chic weddings to date. Their sweet celebration combined personalized touches and DIY projects to create an adorable, outdoor affair with Southern flare in all the right places.
The Bride and Groom
“It was love at first email,” said Phil and Liz, who meet online. A year later, the pair got engaged during a gorgeous, scuba diving getaway in Antigua. Before they knew it, the were planning a laid back, backyard style celebration at The Beaver Dam Historic House.
Charming Botanic Invitation Suite
Sweet, floral, and fun, Phil and Liz’s invitations set the scene for the colorful celebration to come.
Graceful in All-Over Lace
With all-over lace and a flowy train to follow, Liz easily stole the show in her stunning strapless gown.
Blushing Bridal Bouquet
Liz’s bouquet, full of soft roses, garden florals, and a unique peek of succulents, beamed with soft, bridal color.
Mix and Match Bridesmaids
The wedding’s beautiful supporting ladies looked lovely in neutral tones and assorted textures.
Dashing Boys in Blue
Phil and his well-groomed guys looked great in their navy suits and color coordinated blush ties.
Breathtaking Barnyard Ceremony
Liz and Phil dressed up the sweetly rustic barnyard scene at The Beaver Dam Historic House with draped greenery and barrels brimming with gentle florals.
Baby’s Breath Aisle Arrangements
Mason jars overflowing with airy and light florals hung along the aisle, defining the walkway in delicate, Southern style.
Personalized Program Fans
The couple helped their guests beat the Southern heat at their outdoor affair with fans that doubled as programs
DIY Escort Card Display
With her mom by her side, Liz tackled a few DIY projects for her rustic wedding décor. The two transformed an old frame into a featured escort card piece.
Place Card Polaroid Fun
Polaroids of wedding guests replaced place cards in Phil and Liz’s DIY display as the party got started out back.
Liz and her mother handcrafted each floral centerpiece arrangement together, curating a country-inspired display that fit perfectly into the couple’s theme.
Bundt Cake Dessert Bar
Nothing Bundt Cakes created the centerpiece of Liz and Phil’s pretty dessert display, which also offered an adorable full ice cream bar.
“Meant to Bee” Goodbye Gift
Guests went home with personalized honey in hand, sealing the deal on one of the sweetest wedding celebrations around.
Cheers to the vendor team that helped bring this Big Day to life:
Photography: Sunshower Photography
Planning: 13 Cedar Events
Venue: Historic Beaver Dam
Catering: Armin’s Catering
Hair/Makeup: Beauty Asylum
Bridal Salon: Lily Rose Bridal
Gown Designer: Watters
Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Table Arrangements: Herr’s Fresh Flowers arranged by the bride’s mom
Cakes: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Entertainment/Musicians: The Royal Suits