rustic emerald

This rustic emerald green wedding inspiration board has an elegant mystery about it that I just can’t get enough of right now! I’m thinking it has something to do with that misty forest picture…

Rustic Emerald Wedding Ideas

If you want a tasteful and refined forest wedding but don’t want to do it with typical quirky forest style – this inspiration board shows you how! Don’t be afraid to wear a romantic tulle dress and gorgeous jewels, or to use fine glassware outside. This is what is going to give your wedding the sophisticated polish that you’re striving for and it’s a lovely counterpoint to a rustic outdoor environment.

Details to adore: 

rustic and refined wedding centerpiece
rustic chic bride / emerald wedding inspiration

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photo credits: emerald necklace via Green Wedding Shoes, photographed by Hazelnut Photography // misty forest from Checks and Spots // succulent wedding cake from Glamour and Grace, photographed by Carmen Salazar, created by Ettores // drinks via Style Me Pretty, photographed by Steven Steinhardt, calligraphy by Neither Snow // white floral centerpiece photographed by Ciara Richardson // bride wearing Emily Riggs Bridal, photographed by Erich McVey.

About Sara Burnett

Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.

Comments

  1. Loving the color in these photos. They really set the mood!

  2. Elegant mystery is a perfect description. Definitely lovely for sure!

  3. So rich looking♥

  4. Without a doubt, this is my favorite board yet! So my style 🙂 Can I move in, please?

  5. Love emerald!!! Gorgeous board!

  6. Beautiful! I love the natural green elements!

  7. So very pretty! I love the simplicity of it.

  8. This is absolute perfection!

  9. I’m super smitten with Emerald 🙂 And I love that it’s Pantone’s Color of the Year!

  10. In love with that misty forest picture- so atmospheric. Your “Where the Wild Things Are” board was beautiful too!