Wood themed wedding ideas await! Check out what we’ve found for you… and make sure you’re on the list!
Planning a rustic wood themed wedding? You’ve come to the right place for ideas + inspiration! So… the other day, Andrew & I were talking about our anniversary (8 years soon!) and for fun, we looked up what the ‘traditional’ anniversary gifts by year. For eight, which we celebrate this year, it is linen or lace. We thought back on past years and noticed that year five is wood, which was ironically perfect for us. In that year alone, we built a brand new wood fence in our backyard, bought a new wood dining bench that took forever to find, and we even had a huge tree branch fall into our backyard (which split my sweet little Intex pool in half, but that’s beside the point). Anyways, since I link everything to wedding planning in my mind, I thought, hmm, a wood themed wedding. That might be interesting for a rustic couple looking to tie in handmade wedding ideas, right? Amazingly, there are some really gorgeous wood themed wedding ideas out there… and today we’re sharing all of our favorites in one convenient spot! We present: the wood themed wedding! Enjoy!
Wood Themed Wedding Ideas
First, take a peek at these amazing wood save the dates! Each one features a wood grain look.
Wooden wedding save the dates and invitations are a great way to officially set the tone of your theme right from the start.
And these! Also by Cheer Up Press.
This mountain themed wedding invitation is my favorite.
You can see more wooden wedding invitations in the shop.
After save the dates and invitations have been sent, you can focus on other wood themed wedding ideas. Let’s begin with some ceremony decorations, followed by reception ideas, cake toppers, and favors.
Here’s a sign you can buy yourself to replicate the look! By The Peculiar Pelican.
And these tree stumps down the aisle look beautiful — and simple to DIY, too! You can source tree stumps here or from a local lumberyard. Then, just fill mason jars with water and baby’s breath and place on top of the tree stumps. That’s it!
And of course, these “love never fails” signs down the aisle are always a great choice. By Paper and Pine Co.
For the rings, skip a traditional ring pillow and use a ring box instead. This one is by Cork Country Cottage.
Or have the ring bearer carry a wood sign:
For the entry way to your wedding, a cute hand-lettered sign (by Sweet Carolina Collective):
Or a “welcome to the wedding” sign. This one can include a favorite quote! By Paper and Pine Co.
Need to reserve a row of chairs? Use one of these pretty “reserved” signs:
These gorgeous wood candle holders on the tables (by Bragging Bags):
This charming escort card display for guests to find their seats (by Blooming Bouquet):
Make each guest’s seat placement extra special (or just the head table to stay on budget) with wood place cards. You can purchase your own wood rounds (like these) and hand-write guests’ names on each one with these oil based-markers — they’re great for writing on wood. Easy DIY on a budget!
Or have guests’ names laser-cut with these cool keepsake wood place cards (by ZCreate Design):
Or use regular place cards in these reclaimed wood place card holders (from This Fine Day):
Use wood table numbers (like these also from ZCreate Design):
And a twiggy centerpiece, like this!
Decorate your cake with a wood topper, like this wooden “LOVE” by Tiffzippy:
OMG, this bear cake topper is adorable! By The Roomba.
And of course, custom people figurines, too! This one is totally customized! By The Roomba.
Place your cake atop a wooden tree stand (like this one by Country Chapel):
A tree slice can be used as a makeshift cake stand or decorative touch on reception tables. These wood slabs / slices are from Rustic Wood Slices.
Or skip the cake altogether and serve cupcakes instead! This wood cupcake stand from Roxy Heart Vintage makes it easy to display and serve your wedding cupcakes.
This decorative painted wood slab is one of my favorite wedding finds ever! It’s so cute. I want. By The Roomba.
A sign for your cards and gifts is always a nice touch. This sign is by Paper and Pine Co.
These chair signs will look great at your sweetheart table or head table (by Paper and Pine Co):
For favors, something made of wood — like these custom wood magnets — are the finishing touch. By Red Cloud Studio.
Another favor option: a faux wood label atop a beautiful candle favor (from Veris Candles and Bath).
Also loving these wood dress hangers by Deighan Design:
These wood sola flower bouquets (instead of fresh flowers) by Curious Floral:
And these custom wood-burned photo frames! By Prince Whitaker.
For the groom and groomsmen, one of these awesome wood watches (by Badger Watches):
We also spotted these wood cuff links, tie bar, and box (by Teals Prairie):
Or one of these cool wood “capcatchers”. By Capcatchers.
What do you think of these wood themed wedding ideas?
Tell us with a comment below! We’d love to hear from you. ↓