Western inspired weddings are a big trend for 2015. The Wild West wedding still has plenty of sophistication but with an informal edge. A ranch or barn would be ideal, but you can incorporate all of these details into any venue.

Even with this trend, you can still keep the look relatively minimal. Long farm tables with low vases of fresh flowers are all the decoration that you need for your tables. To add some warmth and to make a big space feel more intimate, go for low hanging chandeliers with greenery that are accompanied by draped fabric.



Textured buttercream cakes go well with rustic themes, adding a horseshoe is in keeping with the Wild West theme.


Antlers are a key detail to go for, and will look good as a piece of wall decor with contrasting glitter initials.


Say goodbye to mason jars for a barn wedding and hello to the Moscow mule. The copper mugs look stunning on the table and add a metallic touch. Copper and burnished tones complement the wooden details that this trend focuses on.


A bouquet of desert blooms and succulents fits in well and adds some color.


If you still prefer more of a classic table setting, adding in a horseshoe tied with a ribbon will add a touch of the west to your decor. Give your guests a subtle hint as to what your wedding will look like with an antler detail on the invitations.


If the ceremony will be held outside, adding a few wooden signs will keep the theme running seamlessly throughout the different locations. A distressed window pane makes for a creative way to seat your guests.


Finally, a Western wedding wouldn’t be complete without a pair of cowboy boots. And, of course,  a horse.