Rustic, Americana Wedding in Oregon at Langdon Farms Golf Club
Charming in every sense of the word and overflowing with love, this sweet farm fête captured by ANIKO Productions  has my heart this morning. With a stunning Bride and dapper Groom, pretty blush hu...
Charming in every sense of the word and overflowing with love, this sweet farm fête captured by ANIKO Productions has my heart this morning. With a stunning Bride and dapper Groom, pretty blush hues and sweet details around every corner, I think it goes without saying that I love this gallery.
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From The Bride...Pinterest! I have been a pinterest fanatic throughout the wedding planning process and also followed so many blogs. I wanted my wedding to have a rustic yet elegant feeling. I felt like that was the best combination of both of our styles and personalities. I also wanted to incorporate an Americana feel since we did get married on the Fourth of July. I did this through our wooden flower boxes. Ryan built the boxes and then I stained and painted them with logos that I felt represented American companies and the Americana style. My mom and I cut and painted all of the burlap table runners to match our style as well. I wanted them to have a vintage grain sack look. I love how everything turned out. It was  simple and still elegant and rustic.

My advice to brides is to take your time. Try to relax and enjoy the process. Do not stress over the little details. Things will change and happen on the day of your wedding that you cannot control. Try to organize the day as much as possible and then the day of just let it go and enjoy!

My favorite part was the ceremony. It was over so fast but it seemed like a dream. Everything came together so perfectly and I just took a breath and enjoyed that moment with my groom.