barn weddings

This past weekend was a little bit crazy – babysitting (aka cooking and chauffeuring for my fully grown brothers) and prepping for the onset of finals throughout the next few weeks was not very conducive to my new hobby of blogging!

The 24/7 royal wedding coverage has not been conducive to blogging either. I still can’t get enough of Will and Kate and their little convertible and their honeymoon and how shiny her hair is… how do i get hair like that?

Their wedding was to die for…but it got me thinking… what is the U.S. equivalent of getting married in a landmark like Westminster Abbey? But for normal people, i.e. nonroyalty?

Barn weddings.

I knew there was a reason why I’ve been compiling pictures of barn weddings for the past five years of my life…

Love cowboy boots with wedding dresses.

Fireplace in the barn? Amazing. And so romantic.

I love twinklelights!

Obsessed with chandeliers in barns.

You really can never have too many chandeliers.

Jelly jars for flower arrangements – genius!

Gorgeous, right? Maybe Prince Harry will consider this?

All images are from one of my favorite wedding blogs, Style Me Pretty.

8 Responses to barn weddings

  1. Angel @ | 77inspire | says:

    Ahhh the chairs! I love them. Barn wedding are so beautiful. I think when done right it’s deliciously shabby chic.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Thank you for all your sweet comments! I LOVE these pics! I had a wine county wedding and it was very my style! Do you have a “follow” button? Or are you blogging on Word Press? I want to follow your blog!

    Delighted Momma

  3. says:

    Love these pictures, and love your blog! And just read your about me… good stuff! My fav was you launching your first business at age 13. A bust, but so awesome! 🙂

  4. Star says:

    Thank you so much for your nice comments!!! I am blogging on WordPress, but I just added a Subscribe button – hopefully it works! 🙂

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  6. colleen says:

    Love these photos, Star…and your blog is awesome! I, too, have a thing for Martha, but clearly I have a lot to learn from you!

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