A John Deere wedding theme is not uncommon where I come from - the corn belt of central United States. Brides know that they may wrestle their man into a tux - but he longs for a wedding that fits his style, too!
The bright green and yellow trademark colors are easy to bring into a wedding theme - see the following pictures below.
Yup . . . those are actually green roses! My favorite is varity is known to florists as "Jade".
Although they look very real, the bouquet below is actually silk. It is accented with green
that is a lot of fun to work with and can be inserted into bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres and centerpieces. It is also available in Gold if you would prefer a yellow accent!
Other flowers come in green as well, including button pomps and gladiolus blooms (pictured in the centerpiece below).
I love using
in vases, to float candles in and more. They are a lot of fun, come in bright "John Deere" green and one jar of beads can nearly fill a bathtub! It would certainly be enough for the average wedding reception. Imagine a huge pomander of green Jade roses topping a clear vase filled with green water beads! How cool would that be?
You can also bring green into bouquets using hypericum berries, as pictured in the bouquet below.
Green spider mums, tall Bells of Ireland and other flowers (you could add yellow roses for accents) make a lovely centerpiece for the front of the church or on a guest book table.
Here's another example of green roses mixed with hypericum berries.
Bright yellow roses (or green Jade roses) would do nicely for the groom's boutonniere.
Draceana leaves named "Gold Dust" are already flecked with gold on top of green - perfect for your John Deere wedding!
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Fun John Deere Wedding Video
I couldn't resist including this fun John Deere video. This couple had a tasteful wedding - but such a fun wedding at the same time. See how cleverly they incorporated hay bales, John Deere material and green colored sashes into their theme.
Think of other ways to bring in a farm theme. Check out my country and farm theme pages. Go to your nearest John Deere outlet and you can choose from plenty of things to bring in the trademark name - keyrings, mugs, can coverings, etc. You can even glue miniature tractors on top of
and insert them into vases or centerpieces. Let your imagination go wild!
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