Logs: A roundup of all things lumber-lovin' #Decor Porn#grooms cake#guestbook#logs#non-floral centerpiece#unity ceremony October 25 | Offbeat Editors offbeatbride Thanks to misskatie07 for uploading this to our Flickr pool. With autumn hitting its stride, it's time to get our woodsy wonderland on. We've seen some gorgeous ways to use logs in weddings, like how Katie and her groom used a wooden frame sitting on a tall log to mark the end of their aisle (and don't you love the subtle heart carved toward the bottom?). So we've decided to round up MORE gorgeous ways to use logs in weddings — from fabulous decor to tasty treats! Let's feel the lumber love… Ceremonial logs Photo by Neza S.G. Joan and Tom's wedding included an old German tradition in their ceremony called The Sawing Of The Log. I think it does look like they're having fun! Logs as signage Thanks to lutra98685 for uploading this to our Flickr pool. A little chalkboard paint and your sliced log can ask your guests to sign the guestbook, point out the flavors of your cupcakes, or announce the photo booth is just ahead. See more guestbook alternatives like this guestbook tree over on our guestbook alternatives roundup. Log image as guestbook "Guest log" by Etsy seller Baumbirdy. Add your guests' signatures to the rings of your tree — this log AS a guestbook would be gorgeous to keep the woodsy love on your wall after your wedding. Center-cut centerpieces Thanks to misskatie07 for uploading this to our Flickr pool. A log slice is a great platform for beautiful vignettes. Tribesmaid Katie Sue added candles and trivia for her guests to ponder at their tables. There's a ton of DIY inspiration from her wedding porn. From Meghan & Anne's wedding Meghan and Anne's gorgeous centerpieces also featured candles with bonus charming pine cones and smooth stones. Their log-cabin lesbian bagpipe-y wedding has lots of inspiration, and did I mention they were married in a log cabin! Where to plant yourself From Crafty Tribesmaid Shareourwedding's DIY mossy log table numbers Show guests to their seat with these awesome DIY mossy log table numbers. Woodsy Wonderland factor is totally amped up with greenery goodness. Cake slices Photo by Tribesmaid Nicoleviolet Do you want MOAR LOGS? Do you also like cupcakes? Then you're going to love this cupcake tower made out of sliced logs. Want to eat logs? Photo from Andrea via OffbeatHome Carve a log-shaped cake! This cake was featured over on Offbeat Home (with lots more lumber lovin') at a killer LumberJack and Jill anniversary party. There are so many logs to love. The carved initials, the woodsy wonderland and mossy greens — from the gorgeous decor to the tasty treats, logs are awesome. Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS Toss two-player plushies instead of garters and flowers NEXT A sweet candy corn nail look for Halloween weddings Show/Hide comments [ 7 ] Plus, you open your wedding to a whole world of wood innuendo! A ceremony isn't complete without a good 'hard wood' joke, IMHO. 2 agree Reply What??? No Ren and Stimpy shoutout?! Well, fine then: It's log, Log, It's big, it's heavy, it's wood, It's log, Log, It's better than bad, It's good! 11 agree Reply Thank you so much for this! I'd been struggling coming up with a theme that wasn't *too* theme-ey and finally settled on simply showcasing the area (the redwood forest) these ideas will help me so much to pull it together! 😀 Reply I love the centerpieces, very fun! Especially the joke card. Reply We used log slices from Michael's as the base for our centerpieces, topped with terra cotta flower pots full of flowers. We burned our initials and wedding date (K + D, 6/23/12) inside of a heart, like initials carved into a tree. One guest actually took it with him, promising to make us something fabulous out of it for our first anniversary…we are also planning to carve the center out of the one that was on our table and use it as a frame for one of our wedding pictures. 1 agrees Reply I love these ideas! We are doing something similar but instead of using logs we are using old telephone poles that are all over my fiance's parents' farm! Reply Your stuff is rather intriguing. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Participate in this conversation via email No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.