Hayley and James’ Rustic Fall Wedding took place at the gorgeous Lions Garden wedding venue near Tofield, Alberta. Boasting a peaceful tamarack ceremony garden and rustic ponderosa barn complete with chandeliers, this wedding venue was the perfect place for this rustic fall wedding! Keep reading to find out more about this dreamy autumn wedding!
First, our beautiful bride, Hayley, looked stunning carrying her oblong natural hand-tied bouquet. It was designed with a variety of flowers in fall tones including chocolate cosmos, burgundy dahlias, hearts garden roses, orange hypericum, golden mustard roses, and orange spray roses. It was finished with Italian ruscus and seeded eucalyptus greenery and wrapped with a dark red yarn. What a beautiful rustic fall bridal bouquet!
In addition, her bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets designed to compliment the bride’s bouquet yet stand out against their dark red dresses. Their bouquets were designed with orange spray roses and hypericum berries with seeded eucalyptus and Italian ruscus greenery. I love how these bouquets match their plaid shawls! So cozy!
Furthermore, the groom wore a “mini-bouquet” style boutonniere designed with a small cluster of blooms and greenery including chocolate cosmo, orange hypericum berries, an orange spray roses, solidago and seeded eucalyptus. The groomsmen, fathers, grandfathers and ringbearer wore boutonnieres designed with orange spray roses accented by a touch of hypericum berries and greenery. The ring bearer’s boutonniere was designed on a magnet for safety reasons. Isn’t he the cutest?! All of the bouts were wrapped with twine.
Additionally, the mothers, grandmothers and groomswoman wore wrist corsages designed on pearl wristlets. They were made with orange spray roses, hypericum berries and a touch of greenery. And the flower girls!! They were so stinking adorable!! Those cuties wore small delicate tie-back floral crowns designed with a mix of fall coloured blooms including solidago, hypericum berries and spray roses. How darling!!
Moreover, the floral decor for the wedding was made of the same variety of flowers. This is key for making your wedding cohesive, polished and thoughtfully styled. There was a gorgeous arrangement placed at the centre of the rustic archway at the outdoor ceremony and fresh garlands covered the rocks in front of the ceremony area. These garlands were later re-used as head table decor at the reception. The centrepieces were created with fresh loose greenery or designed atop a teepee of birch poles.
In conclusion, I hope you enjoy Hayley and James’ Rustic Fall Wedding. A big thank you to Candy Koated Design Studio for the gorgeous photos! For a full list of vendors, please see below. Finally, I hope you are able to find some inspiration for your own wedding or event!