5 Ethereal Wedding Ideas Inspired by Audrey Roloff

posted: 07/02/15
by: Mara Betsch
Jeremy and Audrey Roloff's Wedding Video

This past fall, Audrey Mirabella Botti married "Little People, Big World" star Jeremy Roloff in a wedding so beautiful that it took our breath way. Seriously, check out their gorgeous wedding video -- we guarantee you'll be shedding a tear or two by the end. Her rustic/vintage aesthetic is super popular with brides-to-be, and we wonder if she'll share a few of her tips with her soon-to-be sister-in-law Tori, who will marry Jeremy's twin brother Zach this summer. But if you're hoping to have a similar theme, get inspired by her beautiful big day. Here are five of her awesome decor and style ideas that you can add to your Pinterest board.

1. Use quilts as backdrops. As you can see in this picture, Audrey hung up beautiful quilts to create separate areas in the large outdoor space. Relatives may have some on-hand, and thrift stores sell them at affordable prices.

2. Choose similar, but not identical bridesmaid dresses. Audrey had each of her bridesmaids wear a scooped neck sundress is a different floral pattern, all made from reclaimed fabric. And the best part? They were made by her good friend Lauren, who started her own clothing line.

My dozen // #bridesmaids #evasbyreclaimation @evasbyreclamation

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3. Create your own clever signage. Jeremy and Audrey chose to use wooden boards painted with their names and cute quotes, but mini chalkboards, glass panes and mirrors can do the trick. The groomsmen carried them, too!

Check out @littleflockdesigns #journeyofjerandauj #theroloffwedding

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4. Use unconventional objects for table settings. Flowers in a teapot? Why not? Collecting older bottles, family heirlooms and junk store finds can create the perfect shabby chic tablescape.

5. Rethink your veil. Not everyone dreams of wearing a lace veil down the aisle, and Audrey proves you can have just as much of a wow moment with a stunning floral crown. Her gorgeous creation used roses, baby's breath and plenty of greenery to create a memorable look.

I like flowers and lace.

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Which idea is your favorite?