When it comes to idyllic spots to tie the knot, it’s hard to top everything a vineyard has to offer. And that’s beside the amazing wine perks! The lush orchard rows, tangles of vines, and wine cellars are every bit as romantic as they sound. Considering how much natural décor potential there is, it’s no wonder couples are flocking to say “I Do” amongst the ethereal scenery. Here are a few fabulous wins to a winery wedding!
What could be better than gathering your wedding party and heading to the top of a hillside spot overlooking the endless rows of greenery and grapes for views and photos that will take your breath away.
Plenty of vineyards double as hotels, making it an all-in-one experience for you and your guests. Nothing quite as relaxing as checking in to a rustic paradise and staying put all weekend long!
Not to state the obvious, but between the grapes to taste, the locally sourced wine, and the on-site tasting room, there is no shortage of wine-ing to be had! There’s plenty of opportunities to incorporate the spirits into your wedding festivities, including a walking tour of the vineyard, a flight tasting, and an abundant supply to be served for cocktail hour and dinner.
Long sleeve and lacey, sheath and sexy, or a lustrous illusion, you’ll be stunning no matter which style you go with. When you see the Priscilla gown there’s nothing to do but stare in awe at the frosted Alençon lace appliqués draped all over the fit and flare silhouette. Off-the-shoulder sleeves over Chantilly lace and a long sheer train make this a dream dress come true. Make no mistake about it, the only illusion you’ll see on the Patrice is the sheer beauty of the high neck and daring back atop the English net ballgown. Each one is more dazzling than the next!
A Dizzy of Details
There are so many cute and quirky details to throw into the mix when you’re planning a winery bash for your big day. To stay true to the vineyard theme, use wine corks to display table numbers rather than the traditional paper cards. Capitalize on the outdoor space and host a nighttime s’mores gathering for your guests the night before. Include cozy blankets for everyone to stay warm! Choose florals like dahlias, fiddle roses, anemones, and calla lilies in burgundy and mulberry hues for your centerpieces and bouquets.