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10 Must-Haves For Your Cowgirl Wedding

Don't walk down the aisle before you have checked off all of these cowgirl wedding essentials!

We’re completely guilty of spending way too much time on Pinterest putting together, or should we say pinning together, the perfect cowgirl wedding! Browse through the following list to see the ten rustic wedding essentials you need to include on your big day.

Photo courtesy of Melina Terry.

1) Something blue:

A bride isn’t ready for her wedding if she isn’t wearing any blue! These cowboy boots from Durango Boots are the perfect way to incorporate blue into your wedding.

Photo courtesy of Kathy Chandler Weddings.

2) The perfect wedding dress to show your boots off:

Wedding dress shopping is one of the most important parts of preparing for a wedding! Be sure to choose a dress that not only shows off your personality, but shows off your awesome wedding boots.

Photo courtesy of The Windmill Winery.

3) The rustic wedding venue of your dreams:

Barn venues or gorgeous outdoor settings are both perfect options for a rustic wedding.

Photo courtesy of Wedding Themes 101.

4) Burlap, burlap, and more burlap:

We have yet to see a rustic wedding that doesn’t include at least a little burlap!

Photo courtesy of happywed.com.

5) Mason jars:

The more mason jars the better! Don’t you just love the idea of using them as wedding aisle decor?

Photo courtesy of Flowers By Zoie.

6) Lots and lots of vibrant flowers:

Wildflowers and sunflowers are two great choices that you can’t go wrong with!

Photo courtesy of Wedding Chicks.

7) Wedding pictures with your horse:

Is a cowgirl wedding really a cowgirl wedding without your horse being there? Be sure to take some pictures with your horse so you’ll have memories to last a lifetime!

Photo courtesy of wilkieblog.com.

8) Rustic wedding cake:

We have to say that this is one of the best wedding cakes we’ve ever seen. These “naked” cakes are all the rage! The strawberries and flowers add the perfect country touch.

Photo courtesy of homedit.com.

9) Wood accents:

Wooden signs, wooden table placemats, and wooden table numbers are all commonly seen at rustic weddings.

Photo courtesy of tulleandchantilly.com.

10) Country Bar:

A rustic wedding doesn’t skimp when it comes to serving drinks! How great is this wooden bar complete with taps?

Want more inspiration? Check out these beautiful wedding photos by Lyndsey Garber.

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