Have you ever visited a tree farm before? Had the chance to see where Christmas trees are grown? When I think of what it would be like to visit a Christmas tree farm in the winter, I seem to instantly get warm flurries in my head about how magical and inviting it must be. Why not harness that magical feeling to create a rustic Christmas wedding on a fir tree farm?
With its natural rustic winter ambiance, you’re already half way there to creating a memorable wedding that no ballroom can compete with. It takes just a few more elements to complete this design and turn it into a cohesive wedding theme. For this concept, lots of natural greens with burlap accents is key. Simplicity rules in this design, with no fuss, and a focus on the natural beauty that the growing fir trees have to offer.
If the couple (or planners – this would be an unexpected but fantastic corporate themed holiday party too) felt so inclined to be more environmentally friendly, there are a number of options available. Having the paper elements printed on recycled paper, gifting guests seedlings to take and plant somewhere, even offering to have guests give donations to the tree farm instead of gifts, the list can go on.
Here’s what I had in mind for this rustic fir tree farm Christmas wedding idea board:
Be sure to see where each element of this wedding design board was found:
Fir Christmas Tree Wedding Altar – captured and shared by Melissa Kelsey Photography
Christmas Tree Farm Wedding Sign – featured on Town and Country Magazine
Snow Machine for a Winter Wedding Photo Opp – captured and shared by Rick + Anna Photography
Burlap Wrapped Fir Tree Christmas Centerpiece – shared in a roundup post on Happy Wedd
Rustic Tree Forest Wedding Invitations – created and sold by alittlemorerosie on Etsy
Green Spruce Tree Seedlings Wedding Favors – created and sold by NatureFavors on Etsy
Printable Evergreen Table Number Card – created and sold by vandersterredesign on Etsy
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What is a clever way to be more environmentally friendly at parties and weddings?