I seriously adore a well-done [rustic
style), and with spring quickly approaching, I think we’re going to be seeing
lots of really great rustic wedding photos appearing in our inbox soon, at
least I hope so! If you’re in the midst of planning a rustic affair, here’s a
little inspiration to add to your [wedding binder](http://theplungeproject.com
**1. Burlap Table Runners.** If you’re a rustic-inspired bride, burlap should be your very best friend. Not only is it inexpensive, it’s also a great way to carry the rustic-theme through multiple avenues of decor. To create this look as seen on [The Wedding Chicks](http://www.weddingchicks.com/gallery/vintage-chic-wedding- ideas/?nggpage=7&pid=44980), simply cut some long pieces and tie the ends. _Easy, right?_
**2. Mason Jar Lanterns.** Another staple of the rustic wedding is the Mason Jar. Of course, this inexpensive little beauties can be used a million ways in a rustic wedding, but these hanging lanterns as seen on [Tory Larson’s Flickr page](http://www.flickr.com/photos/torylarsondesignstudio/4050884154/) are certainly one of my favorites!
**3. Baby’s Breath & Buckets.** The great thing about a rustic wedding is that you can use some really inexpensive elements to make a really big statement — like these galvanized buckets filled with baby’s breath that lined the ceremony aisle of a wedding featured on [the Knot](http://weddings.theknot.com/Real- Weddings/85011/detailview.aspx?id=85011&type=3)! For more rustic wedding inspiration, be sure to check out [what I’m pinning](http://pinterest.com/prnicolev/rustic-wedding/) on Pinterest!