Today’s blush + gold winery wedding ideas are filled with stunning handwritten signage, unique decor ideas and the most dreamy dahlias!
Photographer Chrissy Gilmartin, from San Clemente, teamed up with planner and stylist Kayla Denae, based in Orange County, alongside coordinator Gather & Bliss Event Co. The team was inspired by the rustic look of the barn at Lorimar Vineyards + Winery. They styled today’s wedding inspiration to show that you can combine a gorgeous winery barn with elegant details for a beautiful event.
They worked with soft pastel like blush and powder blue, with pops of sage and gold, to juxtapose the red barn. The result was gorgeous!
Blush + Gold Winery Wedding Ideas
Show stopping dahlias were the focus of the florals styled by Le Champagne Projects, accented by eucalyptus and soft colored roses. Earth & Grace Co. brought style and elegant design to the decor, with furniture rentals from Rustic Events.
The delicate stationery was designed by Pachella Calligraphy. Nested & Co. added a beautiful scripted touch to the hand-calligraphed agate place cards. Altogether Lovely Art crafted the unique and totally romantic signage series displayed throughout the winery barn. The cake pops, macarons and fabulous watercolor wedding cake, brushed with strokes of powder blue and gold, powder blue were created by Merely Sweets.
The dreamy wedding dress from The Dresser Bridal looked amazing on the bride. It was complemented by hair and make up by Cole from Salon De La Mariée and Brenda from Thomas Edward Salon & Dry Bar, enhancing both the bride and bridesmaids’ beauty. The ladies wore bridesmaids gowns from Weddington Way , and the gents were dressed by Friar Tux. Video by Intristry Pictures captured the moments of love, live.
We adore that the diamond ring was designed by MiaDonna Diamond, who creates ethically-sourced, affordable diamonds. The company was founded by a mother determined to free children from a lifetime of unethical diamond mining. Incredible!
Rustic Elegance: Blush + Gold Winery Wedding Ideas