Best Country Groomsmen Attire

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Move over tradition. Only about a third of weddings take place in a religious institution anymore.1 Barns are the new popular place for a wedding ceremony, and couples are adding their own personal touches to their weddings, including with their wardrobes. Long gone are the days when tuxedos and black suits were the norm. For couples that want to add a little western flare to their weddings, country groomsmen attire is completely acceptable.

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What to Wear for Country Engagement Photos

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Jody of California Women's Floral Button Up Bell Sleeve Dress for engagement photo shoot
Jody of California Women's Floral Button Up Bell Sleeve Dress

Congratulations! You got the rock. Have you been staring at your finger nonstop? The fun is about to start. Before you go wedding crazy, now is the time to share that beautiful ring with the rest of the world with some country engagement photos. At Sheplers Western Wear, we have the western style clothing ideas you need to walk away with the cutest, Instagram-worthy photos of you and your future hubby.

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Western Wedding Wishlist

If you’re going to be wearing fancy cowgirl boots on your big day, your cowgirl style can extend from your feet to your wedding wishlist! A typical wedding wishlist is bound to consist of things for the kitchen, the living room, etc., but it’s time to spice it up, cowgirl. Sheplers, your one stop shop for all things men and women’s western wear, share some ideas for your western wedding and what to have on your wishlist.

 

Koozies – Koozies are everyone’s favorite party favor, especially when it comes to wedding favors. Koozies should take up a top spot on your wedding wishlist. Pick a funny western wedding koozie saying to have printed on inexpensive drink holders to make your event unforgettable. Some of our favorites are:

  • ROPED & TIED (with one spouse lassoing the other)
  • We came for the I Do’s and stayed for the free booze
  • Cheers to many years and cold beers
  • Left the farm and hay to marry my best friend today
  • Let’s party ‘til the cows come home

 

Mason Jars – Every western wedding wishlist must include mason jars. Mason jars are a staple for all things country. A fun and unique way to enjoy your favorite spirits is in these little mason jar shot glasses.

 

Bride and Groom Cowboy Hats – As the Rodeo Queen and the Bull Rider, a white cowgirl hat for the bride and a black cowboy hat for the groom are ideal party favors for the big day!

 

Why A Wedding Wishlist?

A western wedding wishlist will not only help you prepare for your wedding day, but will also help your guests buy gifts or contribute towards gifts you want and love. A wishlist can work for before, during, and after the wedding.

If you’re unsure of where to start, start at Sheplers! We’re one of the best western stores online that offers western style clothes and other pieces that will work great for a wedding. Shop Sheplers now.

Western Wedding Wishlist

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western wedding wishlist

If you’re going to be wearing fancy cowgirl boots on your big day, your cowgirl style can extend from your feet to your wedding wishlist! A typical wedding wishlist is bound to consist of things for the kitchen, the living room, etc., but it’s time to spice it up, cowgirl. Sheplers, your one stop shop for all things men and women’s western wear, share some ideas for your western wedding and what to have on your wishlist.

 

Koozies – Koozies are everyone’s favorite party favor, especially when it comes to wedding favors. Koozies should take up a top spot on your wedding wishlist. Pick a funny western wedding koozie saying to have printed on inexpensive drink holders to make your event unforgettable. Some of our favorites are:

  • ROPED & TIED (with one spouse lassoing the other)
  • We came for the I Do’s and stayed for the free booze
  • Cheers to many years and cold beers
  • Left the farm and hay to marry my best friend today
  • Let’s party ‘til the cows come home

 

Mason Jars – Every western wedding wishlist must include mason jars. Mason jars are a staple for all things country. A fun and unique way to enjoy your favorite spirits is in these little mason jar shot glasses.

 

Bride and Groom Cowboy Hats – As the Rodeo Queen and the Bull Rider, a white cowgirl hat for the bride and a black cowboy hat for the groom are ideal party favors for the big day!

 

Why A Wedding Wishlist?

A western wedding wishlist will not only help you prepare for your wedding day, but will also help your guests buy gifts or contribute towards gifts you want and love. A wishlist can work for before, during, and after the wedding.

If you’re unsure of where to start, start at Sheplers! We’re one of the best western stores online that offers western style clothes and other pieces that will work great for a wedding. Shop Sheplers now.

How to Incorporate Camo into a Wedding

If you and the love of your life are entertaining the idea of incorporating camouflage into the décor on your wedding day, have no fear – Sheplers is here! Sheplers, your one stop shop for all things western wear, can share some creative ideas you can use to incorporate camo into a wedding.  Whether you’re the wedding planner or the soon-to-be-wife, you can sneak some camo into a wedding in the most creative ways.

 

Wedding Invitations – Being the first detail of wedding planning, an invitation helps set the tone. If you’re looking into incorporating camo into a wedding, you can start with the invitations. Provide your guests with a sneak peek at what’s to come with some camo color on their RSVPs.

 

The Groom’s Tie – This little touch of camo on the groom will coordinate with the entire subtle camo theme when the groom puts camo flair to his fashion. Whether he’s wearing a traditional necktie, a bowtie, or even a vest, all these options will look great.

 

The Bride’s Garter – This small, sneaky way to incorporate camo into a wedding is a fun surprise for the hubby.

 

Koozies – Everyone loves koozies, and here at Sheplers men’s western wear, we know it! Koozies are a nice little grab gift that everyone can keep, and customized wedding day koozies are a great little party favor. You can incorporate camo with the right personalized wedding koozie to commemorate your special day.

 

The Bride’s Shoes or the Groom’s Socks – For the couple that wants a little bit of camo to be seen in their ensemble but doesn’t want to go all out with camo from head to toe, a pair of hunter green heels for the bride and camo socks for the groom to match provide a subtle pop.

 

Sheplers, one stop shop for all things in men’s western wear, agrees that you can also incorporate camouflage into your wedding with napkins, the guest book, and even the pillow for the ring bearer or the flowers that the flower girl will be throwing out of her basket.

Country Western Wedding Ideas

Standing in front of your fiancé, or should we say soon-to-be spouse, and promising your love to each other is truly an incredible moment. In order to make your wedding day everything you have ever dreamed of, Sheplers has compiled a list of country western wedding ideas for you to consider when planning your wedding.

Use Hay Bales for Seating
In order to achieve the best country western wedding look, adding hay bales makes for the perfect seating arrangements. You can make them look rustic, yet elegant enough for your special day by adding a nice piece of fabric or burlap to sit on.

Wear Cowboy Boots
Who says a bride must wear heels to her wedding? Opt for beautiful pair of western wedding boots to pair perfectly with your dress! If you still wish to wear heels, have your bridesmaids wear cowboy boots with their dresses. If you wedding did not look like a western wedding before, it sure will now!

Use Horseshoes for Decoration
Adding a few horseshoes to your western wedding décor does not only show your true western sprit, but also adds a little bit of luck! All the way from wedding invitations to table décor, horseshoes will make a great staple to your wedding. Even the ring bearer can carry your rings down the aisle with a ring bearer horseshoe.

Incorporate Burlap
Our favorite part of a western wedding is the burlap. You can add burlap to almost anything to incorporate the country charm. Wrap it around mason jars, use it as a table runner, put it on your flower girl’s dress, give away burlap koozies, and anything in-between!

Ditch the Roses for a Wildflower Bouquet
Roses are a traditional staple to most weddings. If you want to add your country western kick, Sheplers suggests creating your own wildflower bouquet. Add some fresh baby’s breath to your centerpieces for additional decoration.

Wedding Cake Topper and Cake Cutters
The wedding cake topper and the cake cutters are another easy way to add some western wedding flair. Use a country-themed wedding cake topper and tie some tweed into a bow around the cutters.

String Lights Never Get Old
Illuminate your wedding with string lights. These lights easily add elegance allowing your wedding to keep the country feel.

Country Western Wedding Ideas

Standing in front of your fiancé, or should we say soon-to-be spouse, and promising your love to each other is truly an incredible moment. In order to make your wedding day everything you have ever dreamed of, Sheplers has compiled a list of country western wedding ideas for you to consider when planning your wedding.

Use Hay Bales for Seating
In order to achieve the best country western wedding look, adding hay bales makes for the perfect seating arrangements. You can make them look rustic, yet elegant enough for your special day by adding a nice piece of fabric or burlap to sit on.

Wear Cowboy Boots
Who says a bride must wear heels to her wedding? Opt for beautiful pair of western wedding boots to pair perfectly with your dress! If you still wish to wear heels, have your bridesmaids wear cowboy boots with their dresses. If you wedding did not look like a western wedding before, it sure will now!

Use Horseshoes for Decoration
Adding a few horseshoes to your western wedding décor does not only show your true western sprit, but also adds a little bit of luck! All the way from wedding invitations to table décor, horseshoes will make a great staple to your wedding. Even the ring bearer can carry your rings down the aisle with a ring bearer horseshoe.

Incorporate Burlap
Our favorite part of a western wedding is the burlap. You can add burlap to almost anything to incorporate the country charm. Wrap it around mason jars, use it as a table runner, put it on your flower girl’s dress, give away burlap koozies, and anything in-between!

Ditch the Roses for a Wildflower Bouquet
Roses are a traditional staple to most weddings. If you want to add your country western kick, Sheplers suggests creating your own wildflower bouquet. Add some fresh baby’s breath to your centerpieces for additional decoration.

Wedding Cake Topper and Cake Cutters
The wedding cake topper and the cake cutters are another easy way to add some western wedding flair. Use a country-themed wedding cake topper and tie some tweed into a bow around the cutters.

String Lights Never Get Old
Illuminate your wedding with string lights. These lights easily add elegance allowing your wedding to keep the country feel.