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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Celebrate Your Wedding in the Woods

When people think of "destination weddings," they often think of beaches. While an oceanfront ceremony can be a beautiful thing, for some couples, an even more fitting choice may be a rustic outdoor setting near a lake or woods. One often thinks of cabins in the woods for vacation retreats or family gatherings, so why not a wedding?

A wedding in the woods, especially in the bright green beauties of spring or the golden colors of autumn, can be a memorable event, especially for a couple that loves the outdoors. A quick look online confirms just how many creative ideas are out there for outdoor "woodsy" wedding planning, from the clothes you choose to blend in with your surroundings to the kind of invitations you send. Perhaps one of the best parts of a wedding in the woods is that you don't have to invest much thought or expenditure in flowers or other decorative touches, since you have the advantage of the natural beauty of your surroundings.

All you'll really need are a few simple touches such as some rustic tables and chairs, hanging lanterns and perhaps a wooden trellis or other kind of canopy to create a lovely space for the vow recitation. Similarly, you don't have to think about going somewhere "picturesque" when the ceremony is over. Chances are, you'll have trees, rocks or a lake for lovely backdrops that are sure to give your photographer plenty of great ideas for post-wedding photo shoots.

When you visit BrokenBowLakeCabins.com and other sites like it, you'll find creative possibilities for wedding ceremonies, receptions and unique overnight accommodations for your guests. Broken Bow is located in Beavers Bend State Park, which puts it relatively close to both Dallas/Fort Worth and Oklahoma City. Like many other similar cabin sites, Broken Bow is located close enough to larger metropolitan areas to make it a reasonable driving distance for your guests and yet still feel like a wilderness getaway. Its decks, community center and comfortable cabins make it a great location to plan a unique and special wedding, especially for a couple that loves the outdoors.

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