Need a little inspiration for your rustic barn wedding?
Our latest adventure took us to the Great Barn . Tucked away in Ruislip, West London, stands a magnificent venue you would never know was there. We had the pleasure of designing and decorating the space for two sweethearts who were having the ceremony and celebration inside the barn. They wanted a rustic barn wedding and we had just the answer.
Welcome the decor…
Guests were welcomed to the venue with a floral fairy lit ladder, set infront of a backdrop of hanging jars full of baby buds of gypsophila and LED candles.
One half of the rustic barn we set up for the ceremony using our lace and hessian chair ties. We created eight trees sprinkled with a frosting of fairy lights pinned to each of the beams of the barn. Overlooking the vows from up high were white lanterns strung across the beams.
As the bride entered the aisle she was greeted by an uber cute personalised chalk board and two picket fences. Our hessian fairy lit heart was at the focal point at the front of the aisle with vintage sacks and buckets lining the registry table. Each chair down the aisle also had a stem of gypsophila poking its head out of the chair tie.
Fast forward to the celebration, afternoon tea was organised for each of the guests. Tables had a log, vase of gyp and numbers in the centre. Our personalised signpost proudly overlooked the party pointing to the four main facilities.
It was such a pleasure to put together all the pretty bits and pieces for the lovely couple. We were over the moon to hear they had a fabulous day surrounded by bespoke rustic barn wedding delicious-ness.
If you’d like any of this decor plus more rustic barn wedding inspiration for your upcoming event we’d love to help create your very own enchanted wonderland, get in touch.
Who are we?
I'm Becky and I run this little business with my mum Wendy. We offer craft kits all designed to help you switch off from the outside world. I got all my creative genes from my mum and we're passionate about encouraging others to explore the benefits of getting creative too.