The farm offers endless DIY wedding ideas: From the colors of produce to the beautiful surrounding nature, it’s hard *not* to imagine bringing natural elements into your big day. An easy way to incorporate the farm-to-table theme is by bringing fruits and veggies straight from the farm straight to your wedding table — and we’re not just talking about the food! We’re showing you how to bring a down-home, organic feel to your big day by using long, reclaimed wood tables and unexpected pops of color with the freshest of produce. Your guests will be helping themselves to your decor all night long ;)

1. À la Fromagerie: Serve up your favorite cheeses with bread and fresh fruit on wooden trays during your cocktail hour. (Event Designer: A Charming Fête; Photographer: Lindsey Boccio Photography)

2. Skip The Checkout Line: Bring the market to your guests with a crate wall filled with produce and bright blooms. (Event Designer: Amorology; Rentals: Archive Rentals; Photographer: Fonyat Photography)

3. Veggie Tales: Skip the flowers and use fruits and vegetables to create unique centerpieces. (Floral Designer: Botanica; Photographer: Pezz Photo)

4. Splash of Citrus: Take the citrus color scheme to the next level with organic citrus on your reception tables. (Photographer: Brian Tropiano Photography)

5. Homegrown: Reclaimed wood tables bring a down-home feel to your wedding day. (Event Designer: Bridal Bliss; Photographer: Chugach Peaks Photography) 66. Fresh Fare: Utilizing fruits and vegetables that are in their peak season will result in an even more delectable menu. (Event Designer: All You Need Is Love Events; Photographer: Adrienne Gunde Photography)

7. Picked Place Cards: Use freshly picked apples to lead guests to their hand-picked seats. (Dress Designer: Celia Grace; Photographer: Dear Stacey)

8. Berry Delicious: Oversized bowls of freshly picked berries are the perfect snack for guests to help themselves to throughout the night. (Photographer: Emilie Inc.)

9. An Apple A Day: Bright Granny Smiths add a pop of color to table settings (and are the perfect snack for a hungry guest!) (Event Designer: First Pick Planning; Photographer: Michelle Lacson Photography)

10. Jam On: Send your guests home with a local jam to remember the day by. (Rentals: Found Rentals; Photographer: Brittany Dow Photography)

11. Picnic Time: Copper table accents, picnic baskets and wheat create the perfect Fall harvest-inspired table. (Event Designer: GATHER Events; Photographer: Chris and Kristen Fine Art Photography)

12. Farmer’s Market: Fresh produce, butcher’s block and striped kitchen linen runners are quintessential farm table centerpieces. (Floral Designer: Krista Jon; Photographer: Dana Grant Photography)

13. I Artichoke Heart You: Instead of table numbers, name tables after your favorite fruits and veggies. (Stationery: Lupa & Pepi; Photographer: Annie McElwain Photography)

14. Cocktail Cart: Set up a portable cocktail cart for guests to make their own drinks and leave out fresh fruits and veggies for garnish. (Wedding Planner: LVL Weddings & Events; Photographer: Melissa Jill Photography)

15. Dig in: Invite guests to join you at your wedding table with a linen napkin save the date. (Photographer: Megan Clouse Photography)

16. Wrapped in Radish: Tie in fruits or veggies for a fun napkin garnish. (Photographer: Molly & Co.)

17. Just Peachy: Fresh fruit is the perfect addition to any spring wedding and cans also serve as a mid-wedding snack for guests. (Event Designer: TOAST Santa Barbara; Photographer: Beaux Arts Photographie)

18. Branches Over Bouquets: Swap out the florals for branches of leaves that will leave an impression. (Dress Designer: Love and Lace Bridal Salon; Photographer: This Modern Romance; Floral Designer: Peony and Plum)

What farm-to-table wedding elements are your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments below.