A Romantic Outdoor Wedding at Camp Kiwanee in Hanson, Massachusetts

For their campground nuptials, designers Kennan and Keith looked to the colors and textures of their woodsy venue for inspiration. WIth the help of th

For their campground nuptials, designers Kennan and Keith looked to the colors and textures of their woodsy venue for inspiration. WIth the help of their scenic setting and plenty of homespun details, a rustic theme and an evergreen color scheme evolved organically.

Kennan kept her look simple, accessorizing her lace sheath gown with minimal jewelry and a petal-style headband.
The bridesmaids wore their own black dresses for a casual, yet cohesive look.
The guestbook featured a modern, black and white design.
Keith's boutonniere was made of rosemary, berries, succulents and twigs all wrapped in a gray burlap fabric.
Instead of numbers, each reception table was assigned a woodland animal. Kennan drew a whimsical series of animals--including a cow, mouse, duck and cat--on tented escort cards and guests were asked to find a seat at the corresponding table.
A mix of roses, rosemary, scabiosa pods and succulents made up Kennan's charming bouquet.
Cellophane wrapped s'mores packets were given to guests to be roasted at a bonfire during the reception.
The flower girls wore charming baby's breath flower crowns.
Kennan wore a vintage-inspired pearl petal headband.
The centerpieces were potted herbs that the guests could take home as fun and functional wedding favors.
White linens were topped with retro, leaf-patterned table runners that complemented the simple herb centerpieces.