A Vintage Rustic Wedding at Big Spring Farm in Lexington, Virginia

Sarah and Chris's rustic wedding featured a color palette of blush, beige and gold, adding a vintage touch to the theme.

Sarah and Chris's rustic wedding featured a color palette of blush, beige and gold, adding a vintage touch to the theme.

Sarah wanted a romantic look for her hair--she chose a loose updo complemented by a flower crown for a rustic, romantic touch.
The bridal bouquet was a soft mix of roses, succulents, hydrangeas, dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus and hypericum berries.
Large freestanding white doors that opened onto the aisle added a unique touch to the ceremony decor.
Mason jars filled with baby's breath sat on top of wooden logs that lined the aisle at the ceremony.
Sarah wore charming pearl and diamond stud earrings.
The small, two tiered cake was decorated with fresh flowers and featured a small Mr and Mrs bunting cake topper.
The invitations featured gold calligraphy on white cards, for a simple look that was still elegant.
The menu was painted on a rustic wooden pallet.
The boutonnieres were white silk lily of the valley accented with fresh foliage and bear grass.
Sarah's engagement ring was a split band white gold ring with a halo, while her wedding band made was rose gold with diamonds. Chris's ring was a titanium band.
The weather was perfect for a wedding at Big Spring Farm, and guest mingled outside throughout the day.
The groomsmen wore tan suits, blush ties and brown shoes.
The table numbers were painted on circular tree slices and propped against small white lanterns.
The dessert table featured the small, two tier cake as well as an assortment of delicious pies.
The couple shared their first dance to As Long As Our Hearts Are Beating, by Jenny and Tyler.
The couple wrote the seating chart out on a large chalkboard.
The bridesmaids carried arrangements of white astilbe, roses and lisianthus.
The couple's unique guest book sign was made of wood that had been spray painted white, and a gold monogram emblem painted in the middle. Guests were invited to write their names and any messages on the board.
Crisp white linens and gold chiavari chairs decorated the round reception tables.
A sign displaying the couple's custom hashtag prompted guests on how to tag their pictures on social media.
Sarah's six bridesmaids wore their own dresses in a blush/beige color scheme.
Sarah wore a low back taffeta ballgown with a lace bust, spaghetti straps, and a ruched waistline. An added bonus to the gown? It had pockets!