Horse Inspired Wedding Details

Your wedding is a reflection of your taste as well as meaningful events you’ve share with your partner. This elegant ranch wedding beautifully embodies one couple’s unique upbringings and shared love for horses. Gold horse details are paired with a pink and purple palette for this elegant outdoor affair. From the couple’s country chic style to the stunning sunset, we’re inspired by all of the special details Tana Photography captured from this wedding.

Wedding Style with a Country Kick

Let’s start with this couple’s classic style! On the outside they have a romantic look, and then a peek at the bride’s feet reveals an adorable ode to her southern roots.

Style Tip: Cowboy boots are a sensible shoe choice for a ranch wedding.

Groom and bride in boots | Tana Photography

A Rich Color Palette

Deep purple hues, rosy pinks, and metallic gold details add a feminine touch to the rustic ranch setting. This pretty palette looks great on bridesmaids, too! Yes, those are gilded magnolia leaves mixed into the bouquets!

Purple and gold wedding invitation suite | Tana Photography

Purple bridesmaids dresses | Tana Photography

Creative Cocktail Hour Details

This is the perfect time to share your wedding hashtag and encourage guests to tag their photos. Once the bar is open, guests can sip signature cocktails and mix and mingle before finding their seats on a pretty little clothesline display.

Horseshoe wedding decor | Tana Photography

Wedding seating place cards pinned to ribbon with clothespins | Tana Photography An Intimate Reception

A big red barn is an iconic country wedding staple, and it serves as the perfect backdrop for a reception under the stars. A grand estate table at the head of the dance floor is a sparkling centerpiece draped in a sequin tablecloth, and the surrounding tables create an intimate feel.

Estate table at a barn wedding reception | Tana Photography

Gold wedding estate table | Tana Photography

Each table has a glistening ombre table number, and you’ll spot horseshoes and miniature jockey figurines tucked into the decor to pay homage to the groom’s upbringing, spent surrounded by horses.

DIY Tip: Wedding DIYs can get overwhelming, so pick and choose projects that you can actually accomplish. DIY table numbers are a great place to start!

Horse themed table decor | Tana Photography

Assorted Sweets

A dessert buffet is certainly a crowd-pleaser. We can’t decide what looks better, the stunning “naked” cakes or the adorable horse-topped cupcakes!

Chocolate naked cake and chocolate cupcakes | Tana Photography

A Country Sunset

Take a break from the busy wedding day festivities to pause for some photos at sunset. You won’t regret it!

Bride and groom ranch wedding | Tana Photography

Vendors:

Photographer: Tana Photography | Wedding Coordinator: Soiree | Makeup: Gabrielle Marcantonio | Hair: Alexa Gregg | Vintage Rentals: Ira and Lucy | Catering: Open Table | Flowers: Boise At It’s Best | Planning Resources: IDoWED

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What special decor elements were part of your wedding day inspiration? Share in the comments!

Happy Planning!

 


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