You’ve probably spent so many hours trying to finalize your country wedding décor for your big day that you may have neglected to think about how you’d like your photos to look once your big day is over! But fear not – the event specialists at Landmark Venues are here to give you some wedding album inspiration and share some of the best photos from recent events. Read on for five rustic, country wedding photo ideas that you can steal for your special day!
Country Wedding Photo Album Essential: The White Picket Fence
For those who are looking for the ultimate rustic, country vibe for their wedding day, a simple white picket fence can be a great spot for a portrait photo of the bride and groom. This Ryland Inn couple, for example, took advantage of the white picket fence on the property and used it as a sweet spot for an intimate photo. Beautiful!
Incorporating a Sweet Sunset
No matter where you’re celebrating, look for a beautiful sunset to make for a wedding day portrait that will take your breath away! No country wedding album should go without a stunning portrait with a colorful sunset in the background.
Getting Creative with Candles
No country wedding is complete candles to create a romantic yet comfortable atmosphere. This couple transformed the feel of the pre-function space at The Ryland Inn to make for an absolutely gorgeous portrait. Don’t be afraid to get creative! Different colors and textures for your candle holders will add personality to your event design.
Playing with Fire
A simple way to create a rustic, country wedding style feel to your album is to look to incorporate a fire into your photos. Warming up by a firepit, as seen in the photo below, is a great idea to make for a beautiful wedding photo. Each of Landmark‘s venues have their own unique firepits that make for excellent photo opportunities!
Using the Barn as a Backdrop
What says “country weddings” more than a rustic barn? Across the country, barn weddings are continuously increasing in popularity. They make a great spot to hold a reception and an excellent spot for a unique bride and groom portrait. This couple took full advantage of the old-fashioned silo at The Ryland Inn to use as a backdrop to some of their photos.
Be sure to talk to your photographer prior to your big day to determine the type of style you’re looking for in your wedding album. For country style wedding photo ideas, chat with your event specialist at Liberty House, Stone House, The Ryland Inn or celebrate at Snug Harbor!