There's no doubt that we all love a gorgeous winery wedding. Something about the tranquility and simplicity of nature, and the sophistication of good wine paired together to celebrate love, makes me all warm and fuzzy inside. When this gem of a celebration was sent to me, I knew it was the perfect fir for the blog. Throw in the most incredible florals by Adornments (check this out my friends, succulents are still holding their position as one of the seasons hottest flower trends), an adorable bride and groom and dreamy, soft images by the always fabulous Allyson Magda and I am one happy girl. Scroll on to catch all the beauty.
That chair! Where could one be lucky enough to find such a fabulous chair. So perfect.
Allyson said that Natalie was one of the most fun brides she's shot before. She described her like a 'party waiting to happen in a bride,' I love that in a woman. Isn't that what it's all about anyways? And tell me, how perfect is this back drop for the ceremony. Nevermind fancy backdrops and DIY projects. Those trees are incredible and the yummy natural light streaming in and over the bridal party is like a little slice of heaven.
A few portraits of the super styling couple. My fave is the top left image. I love delicious lighting.
Reception florals, I love. I swoon.
The wedding was held at Adelaida Cellars in California and one thing I love about winery weddings is the big wood wine barrels that are often the backdrop for photos. There's something so rustic, organic and romantic about wine so getting married in a place that's all about the good stuff is so fitting. P.S. you know my love of sweetheart tables; how cute are these two in their own little space? Looks like it was such an amazing celebration of their undeniable chemistry and love.
For more from the ever-so-talented Allyson check out her work via her blog here, where you can find tons of eye-candy and visual inspiration. There's also tons of loveliness not to be missed over on her very pretty website here. She's such a sweetheart too! Enjoy the rest of your day everyone. Can anyone out there attest to how gorg a winery wedding really is? Regardless of where you live, what are some of the best wineries to get hitched at? (I'd love some new suggestions and referrals for both wineries in the US and Canada!)