Rustic Backyard Summer Wedding…the BIG day is almost here

My little girl is getting married in less than two weeks.
Nine days from now in fact.
And our Rustic Backyard Wedding is coming together,
one mason jar and bunting at a time.
Now we just have to hope the forecast will come true.
Zero chance of rain, partly cloudy and a high temperature
of 77 degrees.  It’s hard to imagine when it is pouring down
rain outside right now, but this Mom/wedding planner has
her hopes up for sun!
So we have been busy little bees, painting, hot-gluing, and decorating our little
hearts out.  And the rain stopped long enough for me to show you what 
some of our decorations looks like along our fence.
But we did have a little time for some bridal shower fun, the bride to be even
wore a lovely toilet paper dress (I love this game!) but my husband’s mom 
ended up stealing the show with a little 80’s number.
But after all the toilet paper was cleaned up, and we had polished off the last of
the Italian soda’s, it was back to work for us.
I am using my homemade chalk paint (recipe here) to paint soup cans, to hang around the yard and 
along the fence as rustic/pretty vases wrapped in burlap bows.
I used two coats of chalk paint on each, and made a hole on each side with an awl.
I looped jute twine thru to hang them up, and filled them with an assortment of
fresh flowers in the summer brights we are using to accent our rustic theme.
The bride to be loves butterflies, so we are incorporating them in some of our circle
bunting.  I used a 2.5″ paper punch and glued each circle a few inches apart onto 
some jute twine.  I am making quite a few feet of this bunting to run along our
fence and around the yard. 
We have a lot more to do in the next nine days, but I think we are going to make it.
Today we are working on the flowers, hanging mason jar lanterns, and putting the 
final touches on our menu.
Until next time,

      

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Comments

  1. So cute! I absolutely adore burlap! Can't wait to see the rest of what you have planned!

  2. I hope the forecast is accurate and that you all have a wonderful day! What perfect weather that would be for a wedding.

  3. Tanya
    Its all so adorable!! So excited to see the rest of the wedding photos! Thank you for sharing all of your hard work and hand made love. Those are the best! Wishing you all a beautiful and blessed day!

    hugs
    Kate

  4. I love weddings!!! Best of luck in the upcoming 9 days before her wedding. Cant wait to hear all the details.

  5. Loving it so far!!

  6. Bless your hearts, I sure pray for beautiful weather for your daughter's wedding. If the temp is about 77 that will be perfect for all.
    It takes alot of work to host a wedding but it looks like you've been keeping very busy. I love that you're keeping things very simple and making decorations yourselves.
    We did the same for our daughter's wedding a few years ago. We

  7. I love your decorations and how exciting that the wedding is just 9 days away! I'm getting married in October (rustic cabin theme) and still have soooooo much work to do! Can't wait to see your daughter's wedding photos!
    -Katie @ Upcycled Treasures

  8. very, very pretty Tanya! 🙂
    I love the look of it and of course again loving the colors you are working with for the wedding!
    can't wait to see the other projects and more pictures! 🙂 I also hope it won't rain there, it's been raining here, except today we had some sun!
    wish you a great weekend!

  9. What a great little sneak peek! Your daughter is one lucky gal – Looks like she is going to have a beautiful wedding!!

    xo
    amy
    http://www.theblissfulbee.com

  10. What fabulous decorations!! I love the painted cans full of flowers… And the bunting is adorable!! Enjoy it!!

  11. Best of luck with all the wedding preparations. The tin can vases are super cute, as will everything else be, I'm sure!

  12. What pretty flower hangers!

  13. I love love love the decorations and how you displayed it on the fence for picture taking….PINNING….Sending a Hello from Oly to vancouver

  14. These are adorable! I love the rustic look of burlap!

  15. beautiful! So simple and pretty!

  16. Your decorations are gorgeous, and the handmade touches you're creating together will make the memories of this special day even more magical! She's a lucky girl to have such a loving and talented mom. Can't wait to see all the details!

    Jeanette

  17. With your creativity and beautiful style, it's going to be the best looking rustic backyard wedding

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