Outdoor Wedding Decor

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Outdoor Wedding Decor

Mason jars are perhaps the most versatile items you can find in your kitchen, or in your pantry for that matter. Not only can you turn them into night time candles or lanterns, or fill them up with colored sand and use them as decorations, but you can also turn them into chic, vintage juice containers for your outdoor wedding reception. How cool is that?! All you need is three or four large, two-liter mason jars where you can store your lemonade or your natural shake or smoothie, during the day. However, make sure to add plenty of ice to those jars as well, as natural juices tend to oxidize particularly fast in the presence of heat. These jars are both aesthetically pleasant and great for decorating your outdoor wedding venue, so you should definitely put them on your list.

Outdoor Wedding Decor

8 Of 25 Create a Picnic AtmosphereIf you’re hosting an outdoor wedding, there’s no need to worry about tradition. Instead, host a picnic! These picnic tables — topped with pretty banners and string lights — are the perfect way to make the day feel casual and fun.See more from this Toronto wedding » Scarlet O’Neill

Outdoor Wedding Decor

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If you’re hosting an outdoor wedding, there’s no need to worry about tradition. Instead, host a picnic! These picnic tables — topped with pretty banners and string lights — are the perfect way to make the day feel casual and fun.See more from this Toronto wedding »

Outdoor Wedding Decor

7 of 17 Beach Wedding Ceremony Markers Breezy fabric in a sunny palette will keep a subtle nautical theme afloat near the ocean. Drape striped cloth over a rope, and secure it with fabric tape to turn whitewashed dowels into a billowing ceremony backdrop. Then fold a flag over each chair, and hang matching banners along the aisle. Get 10 More Ideas for Throwing a Tropical Wedding

Outdoor Wedding Decor

If you’re hosting an outdoor wedding, there’s no need to worry about tradition. Instead, host a picnic! These picnic tables — topped with pretty banners and string lights — are the perfect way to make the day feel casual and fun.

Outdoor Wedding Decor

The beauty of an outdoor wedding is, well, the beauty of the outdoors. Gardens, farms, and beaches provide a picturesque backdrop to your nuptials without much effort. But if you want to add a little something extra to your celebration, try one of these easy-to-make projects.

Outdoor Wedding Decor

1 of 17 The beauty of an outdoor wedding is, well, the beauty of the outdoors. Gardens, farms, and beaches provide a picturesque backdrop to your nuptials without much effort. But if you want to add a little something extra to your celebration, try one of these easy-to-make projects.

Outdoor Wedding Decor

15 of 17 Table Number Centerpieces Enamel pails overflowing with dahlias are charming for an informal reception table. The buckets do double-duty as table numbers with the addition of self-adhesive vinyl numbers that are available on the Internet in many sizes, colors, and typefaces. 16 Things You Need to Know to Pull Off an Outdoor Wedding

Enamel pails overflowing with dahlias are charming for an informal reception table. The buckets do double-duty as table numbers with the addition of self-adhesive vinyl numbers that are available on the Internet in many sizes, colors, and typefaces. 16 Things You Need to Know to Pull Off an Outdoor Wedding

Breezy fabric in a sunny palette will keep a subtle nautical theme afloat near the ocean. Drape striped cloth over a rope, and secure it with fabric tape to turn whitewashed dowels into a billowing ceremony backdrop. Then fold a flag over each chair, and hang matching banners along the aisle. Get 10 More Ideas for Throwing a Tropical Wedding

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