Rustic wedding inspiration has been interpreted in many forms over the past few years. From burlap and lace to vintage suitcases and wedding chalkboards, the trend has evolved into a style of its’ very own. One of my favorite versions of the rustic style is the woodland chic trend currently being seen in bridal magazines, style shoots, and real life weddings. The woodland chic trend can be best described as a natural, earthy style that can be accented with moss, wood grain, and candles and complemented with earth tones throughout the floral arrangements and table settings.
Planning the details of a simple outdoor wedding has never been easier with inspiration like this whimsical bridal shoot from Michelle Liane Photography. She showcases natural bridal fashion with the bride wearing a custom wedding dress with simple antique silver jewelry and blush accents in her bouquet. The naked wedding cake with lattice overlay from Lip Stick Baker is almost too pretty to even think about eating!
Start your week off with a little wedding inspiration and enjoy the details of this stunningly rustic style shoot below!
Placing a spring or two of baby’s breath into your wedding day hairstyle is an inexpensive way to create a whimsical look
Florist: Raindrops on Roses | Photography: Michelle Liane Photography | Model : Rebecca Quinn | Hair Stylist: Rhonda Wilson | Makeup: Sarah Saccomanno | Gown : A.M.E.G. Designs | Cake : Lip Stick Baker | Jewelry : Sanci Creations
As many of you know, 2015 has been filled with many life changes for my family. In December, 2014, my husband graduated pharmacy school, and we welcomed our first baby boy, Ryland. In February, we moved to Nashville for my husband’s new job. I could not be happier with the abundant blessings that have resulted from these changes, however, they have also presented challenges regarding my ability to continue to serve you as owner of The Bride Link.
With this said, I would like to announce that I have decided to sell The Bride Link. There are a few questions that I will answer in this post including why I have made this decision and what you can expect as a result of this decision.
I am so thankful to all of you who have supported The Bride Link, myself, and my family over the past five years. Your encouragement, loyalty, and belief in me is what made my job so enjoyable. I will miss serving you, working alongside you, and being creative with you. Thank you to the many of you who called me your friend and made the long hours of building and growing a business so enjoyable.
Why did you decide to sell The Bride Link?
Running both the national blog and local website for The Bride Link was a full time job before I became a mother, so simply put, I want to put these hours toward being a wife and mom.
What should vendors expect after this announcement regarding their advertising?
The Bride Link will still be available for brides to access, however, I will not be blogging any new content for either the national or local blog or offering advertising to vendors.
Does The Bride Link have a buyer yet?
The Bride Link does not have a buyer yet. If you’re interested or know someone who is, please see the information below.