Friday, October 2, 2009

Wedding Themes Western Country

"Gettin' Hitched" in a country setting...

A big backyard in the country is the perfect place for Western Theme Reception. Hay Bales to seat your guests, Horse drawn Carriage to transport Bridal party & guests from the church to reception area. Of course Country music is a must. Large picnic tables decorated with gold bows is a beautiful touch.

Attire: The bride usually wears heavy fabrics that come with long sleeves and much, much lace. White Cowboy hat instead of a veil. Vintage Jewelry is a pretty addition.

For the groom, well, it is actually much easier. This is because the groom can wear the simple blue jeans, the typical brown vest, and the common brown jacket. The groom should, of course, don a hat and boots that come with spurs. Bolo ties are a must. Now, these make perfect clothes for a western themed wedding. And these are not expensive to come by at all!

The flower girl can be dressed in a pretty little "square dance" type dress that matches the wedding colors.

Invitations, Save the date cards, matching postage, RSVP cards & thank you cards in a matching western theme is an important part that you can't forget.

Matching Wine labels & Candy Favors are a detail to remember.

Menu: There are alot of caterers that specialize in BBQ's. Whole Roasted Pig, roast corn, beans & salads, pork chops, grilled salmon, smoked chicken, Grilled Lamb, Potato gratins, grilled mixed veggies. Desserts can include blue berry & apple pies along with the wedding cake.

Remember the Gifts for the Bridal Party & the Groomsmen. Western theme of course.


  1. Nice idea on the stamps in a matching theme. THis is a great idea for ANY kind of wedding!

  2. Great ideas all over your blog. Keep up the great work!!

  3. My sister-in-law had a Western wedding! We all wore denim and sat on hay bales. She had the loveliest denim gown with seed pearls and a long train.

    Dan the mule stuck his head over the fence and watched. He was the bridesmaid ;)