Pinterest Inspired Outdoor Wedding Inspiration

I’m back with another Pinterest inspired wedding space but this time I want to step it up a notch! Last time I focused on a room with feminine details that were easily translated into wedding design. I took a few colors and vibes and turned it into feminine and classic wedding details. This time I want to take a space with more natural elements and a more casual vibe that will be the perfect inspiration for your southern outdoor reception!

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Let’s take this stunning entry way/living room. This room has a warm feel with the neutrals, wood detail and hints of green and blue. Amazing, right?! The pieces I would pull from this to focus on in your wedding design are natural woods, white/cream, greenery, hints of blue and of course the copper/wrought iron.

These elements scream outdoor venue to me, so for this design I am going to plan it around an outdoor reception space. Let’s first take the wood details that are so prevalent in this inspiration. For a wedding you might be stumped (wood puns!) on how to incorporate wood without it being too “outdoorsy.” Here are a few stunning ways to incorporate wood into your design while still keeping your design feminine and clean.

These gorgeous wood table numbers, centerpieces vessels, and welcome signs would add perfect touches to your venue. If you want to dive even more into the natural feel, a stunning wood farm table with clean white place settings would be flawless. With most of these elements, you can see the touches of green that are picked up in the inspiration coming through with greenery, which makes the wood pop even more.

Next, let’s hone in on the wrought iron and copper that are picked up in the inspiration through the chandelier, the copper bucket, and the flower vase.

Now, every girl with a Pinterest has swooned over the Moscow Mule cups, and if you are looking to tie in a copper element to your wedding this is the perfect way to do it. They add the perfect southern flair and the sweetest touch to your table design. This copper leaf cake is equally charming and adds something so unique to your cake design. Now, these wrought iron lanterns (while slightly more rustic) are stunning paired with candles either as a centerpiece or on cocktail tables, food tables, etc.

If you’re a simple gal, this sweet pairing of wood, copper and greenery might be perfect for you… but if you’re looking to take your design even further and hone in on those blues that are featured in your inspiration, then keep reading!

The blue that is picked up in the rug and artwork is so subtle but adds depth and interest to the room. And it can certainly do the same for your reception space! Adding the extra color element can really enhance your design and take your already stunning decor and take it to the next level. Besides, every wedding needs that something blue!

Let’s start with this gorgeous vintage glassware! It is absolutely stunning, whether you use it as drinking glasses or additions to your centerpieces they add the most timeless and charming detail. Personally, blue flowers can come off as a little tacky, especially if done the wrong way. However, blue hydrangeas will never get old! They are the daintiest southern touch, and if you’re looking for a hint of blue, they make the sweetest floral addition. If you’re looking for a more classic route to your blue, then these soft cocktail table linens are so charming and effortless.

What do you think?! Is there another home or room design that you’re been inspired by lately? We’d love to hear if you have a favorite interior design that you’d like to see translated into a wedding design!

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