Oak trees have long been symbolic of strength and courage, and for a wedding motif it has come to represent the strength of the couples relationship. The ancient Romans even associated the oak tree with the Goddess Juno, the goddess of marriage, so it's no wonder an oak is a popular element in weddings today.
Colour palette: Green and brown are a beautiful colour combination for a wedding - especially one with an outdoor element.
Credits: Fall in love with the romance of a wedding under an old oak tree, pic from Max Models. Lanterns or chandeliers suspended from the branches will look beautiful when the sun has gone down. Point the way with a hand painted wooden sign, by JK Photography. Keep guests warm at the reception with a cosy cup of hot chocolate, pic via Style me Pretty. Holding the ceremony in the shade of an old oak tree is a beautiful setting, pic via Snippet and Ink. A gorgeous green and white outdoor table setting by Terri Heath via The Knot. One of our own Oak Tree place settings from the 'i do it yourself site. Escort cards wrapped around the tree via The Knot.