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A basic rustic element like burlap looks fabulous when paired with luxe elements like pearls and rhinestones.

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Tablescape, Burlap Covered Table Numbers and Burlap Banded Cake}

{Sparkle and Hay Bride}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise { Burlap and Rhinestone Napkin Rings, Burlap Chair Bow and Studded Burlap Boards}

From Top Left Corner Clockwise {Boutonniere wrapped in Burlap, Ring Bearer Pillow and Moss Kissing Balls with Burlap Handles for Flower Girls}

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Fabulous weddings are all about the details.  We found some creative ways to provide your guests with silverware for your wedding or parties.

 

 

 

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Amy, of Amy Daring Photography was so excited to share this ‘barn chic’ Real Southern Wedding with us! She had this to say about the couple:

“After lots of meetings, phone calls and the bridal portraits, April 16th came way too soon! The day started with brunch for the girls at the barn with mimosas and laughter. Brunch was immediately followed by a salon day for the girls and a relaxed day for the guys. Right before the bride and her maids arrived at the church for photos, it looked as if the bottom of the sky had fallen out! It rained for about half an hour and then we didn’t see a drop of rain after. The traditional ceremony was beautiful and went perfectly. The bride and groom rode to the reception site in a bright orange 1968 Camaro. Malphrus Plantation offered a beautiful backdrop for the remainder of the evening. Shoes were kicked off and the guests enjoyed gumbo and karaoke. Shelby and Darrell danced the night away.”


Details: Photographer: Amy Daring Photography |Wedding Planner: Callie Badgett | Ceremony: Coosawatchie Baptist Church | Reception: Malphrus Plantation – Ridgeland, SC | Florist: Callie & Cathy Badgett | Baker: Country Morning Bakery | Music/Entertainment: Aaron Horry | Attire: David’s Bridal

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We had so much fun discovering the table number ideas yesterday that we continued our search today.  Here are a few more ideas.

These burlap table numbers are great for so many reasons but mainly because they are very environmentally friendly.  You can use potted plants that can be replanted afterwards, and the burlap bags can also be repurposed to hold and organize household items.

These fans could be made in any color and would look great in a variety of different types of venues.

These moss covered numbers are so cool and would be great for a rustic or country wedding reception.

And finally these wooden table numbers are unique in their size and shape considering their material.  We think they almost look shabby chic.

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