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Barn Weddings Hardcover – August 1, 2013
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A barn is a magical place for a wedding.
Steeped in history and evoking the simplicity of a place that time has forgotten, the classic barn has been a subject irresistible to artists, poets, and city folk alike for its stoic visage and endearing presence.
Inherent in the choice to have a barn wedding offers a great idea of flexibility and ample room for imagination. Your ceremony and reception can use the barn as a backdrop for a lovely day in the fresh country air. It can serve as the perfect canvas for an indoor reception, dappled by twinkling lights hung from the rafters and the glow of candles from tables full of loved ones. A barn works equally well as a backup for inclement weather or as the centerpiece of a wedding’s design.
In Barn Weddings, Maggie Lord offers ideas and advice on how to create a barn wedding, including information on different styles and décor as well as tips from the pros for making the day a special one to remember. Part indoor, part outdoor, but all beauty, history and romance, barn weddings are as practical as they are ripe with opportunity for charm and creativit
Maggie Lord is the founder and editor of RusticWeddingChic.com, the number one wedding blog for brides planning a rustic and country-style wedding. She is the author of the book Rustic Wedding Chic and a contributing writer to The Huffington Post, DIY Weddings, as well as other publications, and is a sought-after wedding expert who frequently appears on television talk shows to discuss trends, styles and weddingplanning advice. Maggie also curates the RusticWeddingGuide.com, a collection of some of the finest rustic and country wedding venues and vendors in the country. Maggie is a graduate of the University of Connecticut and holds a master’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, Jon, and their son, Jack.
About the Author
MAGGIE LORD is the author of two other well-received wedding books: Rustic Wedding Chic and Barn Weddings as well as being the founder and editor of the extremely popular blog RusticWeddingChic. com and the online source RusticWeddingGuide. com, which connects couples with wedding vendors.
Top Customer Reviews
I received this book free of charge from Gibbs Smith in exchange for my honest review.
No Heat Rating, DIY Book
Reviewed By: Rae
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The ideas presented in this book can be DIY if you are so inclined but many just have that rustic look while toting a rather hefty price tag. The simplicity shown is not really that easy to achieve in real life without a team of people making it happen - think Martha Stewart doing a barn wedding.
The book is beautifully photographed and many, many ideas are presented which should leave any reader with a list of things they may want to incorporate in their own ceremony and reception.
If you are looking for the country feel of a barn wedding without any actual contact with animals or farm life then this the book for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Book came in the mail fast, condition as stated. Great product! Lots of ideas for a barn wedding that are relevant for today's style.Published 1 month ago by Corinna Q.
It seemed like it had more pictures of people than flowers and decorations.Published 5 months ago by Cynthia Hammel
This is a great book. But it didn't really have a lot of idea for country weddings.Published 17 months ago by Rhonda