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I've been searching for some wedding decor inspiration and I have to say, there's a lot out there. It's a bit overwhelming trying to decide what you like and what you will actually use, but most importantly, will it all work together!?

After searching endless wedding blogs, photography and event planning sites, it became pretty clear the direction I was going: rustic ranch with a touch of vintage. I love barn board, burlap, ivory lace, mason jars, soft creams and whites. Hammered metals, bronze vases, white lights, candles, more white lights and more candles!

Here are some of my favourite inspiration photos:

I love the high ceilings and romantic lighting!

Mix and match chairs and an old barn really set the tone for a rustic wedding.

Huge barn doors!

The drapery at the wedding is beautiful, and it might be hard to see, but they've combined round and rectangle tables, which I like.

This barn is in Cambridge, Ontario!

Wow, this space takes my breath away. Only I would swap in burlap tablecloths with lace runners.

These branches and hanging lights go great together.

I love the way the light shines through this barn.

What are your thoughts on decorating for a wedding? Feel free to post your ideas below!

For more wedding ideas, see this simple DIY mercury glass vase project.

Photo credits:
1. 25.media.tumblr
2. Vista Ranch Wedding, Benfield Photography
3. Janelle Stephanie
4. The Becker
5. Weddings in a Barn blog
6. Love & Laughter & Happily Ever After blog
7. Ruffled blog
8. Ruffled blog

Author: 

Jessica Howey

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