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The beau­ty of nature, birds singing, fresh air will fill your­with ten­der­ness and romance. Ain the coun­try often means a mod­est cel­e­bra­tion for “their own”, but does not mean at all that it is a bor­ing and dull hol­i­day. If you unusu­al­ly dec­o­rate a coun­try gaze­bo, set tables beau­ti­ful­ly, invite a cheer­ful pre­sen­ter, then the hol­i­day will become unfor­get­table for both you and your guests.

Wed­ding dacha dec­o­ra­tions are often not very expen­sive, the court­yard and the gaze­bo can be dec­o­rat­ed with balls, fresh flow­ers. Wed­ding aprons on the tables are replaced with table­cloths, and instead of the arch under which the new­ly­weds sit, a declar­a­tive pan­el is used or this place is sim­ply hung with a cloth.

You can cre­ate many acces­sories for ain the coun­try with your own hands, for exam­ple, you can tie wine glass­es with rib­bons, dec­o­rate them with an unusu­al bow and lay out the first let­ters of the names of the bride and groom with rhine­stones, and they will turn intoones. You can glue card­board box­es into which small sou­venirs for guests are placed — pho­tos of young peo­ple, fig­urines of paired pigeons, mag­nets depict­ingjokes, etc.

If you decide to play ain Russ­ian, Ukrain­ian or Cos­sack tra­di­tions, be sure to embroi­der clothes in the appro­pri­ate style. Do not for­get about embroi­dery on table­cloths and tow­els.

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Wed­ding dec­o­ra­tions of the dacha should be in har­mo­ny with nature. Bou­quets of gar­den or wild flow­ers on the tables will look appro­pri­ate. If there is an abun­dance of ros­es in the gar­den, you can cov­er the paths with rose petals.

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When won­der­ing how to have a funin the coun­try and not spend mon­ey on a toast­mas­ter, remem­ber which of your rel­a­tives is always the “soul of the com­pa­ny”, for sure this per­son will help you cheer up the guests, hold mis­chie­vous con­tests. Be sure to plan the cel­e­bra­tion sce­nario in advance, what rit­u­als, con­tests, play­ful skits you will hold. The pre­sen­ter will sure­ly remem­ber Russ­ian tra­di­tions — to ride the moth­er-in-law in a wheel­bar­row, to steal the bride, etc.