Adding rustic, natural elements with an upscale flair to indoor/outdoor weddings is increasing in popularity. This rustic chic style is illustrated with flea market finds that compliment the modern attire, floral, linens and food. Think mason jars filled with homemade jelly as take-aways, floral centerpieces in old tobacco tins, burlap runners,place cards tacked to a country fence, outdoor hanging chandeliers, and other antique elements refurbished to seamlessly blend the pastoral countryside with modern romance.
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Branding indelibly marks or identifies a product. For weddings, that translates into making a defining statement about who a couple is and sharing it with their guests. It's being used as design and marketing tools to identify styles or personalities, and then brand it onto every aspect of the day- from venue and colors to invitations and attire. Creating a branding style doesn't have to end with your wedding day. You can use it in the future to identify events associated with you and spouse like celebrations, holidays and birth announcements.
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