Getting married in a vineyard means having far-reaching rows of grapes in a bucolic setting as your backdrop. The romance quotient is definitely way up there for vineyard weddings. Find a sweet little vineyard tucked in the hillside with old oak trees and rolling lawns speckled with roses and lavenders and lots of soothing green.
For the vineyard wedding color scheme, it should definitely be pops of bright colors — like a rich romantic lovely shade of ruby red. It’s perfect for a vineyard wedding. Bright plum with ivory is another gorgeous combination. Although soft pastels like soft cream, metallic silver, baby pale pink and muted green are dazzling color choices.
The bride will surely look smashing in a classic, simple and sophisticated vineyard wedding dress with a surprising little element like a girlish ribbon at the natural waist. Tiny jewels and floral embroideries will add a beautiful touch to this gorgeous gown in a princess skirt.Pick out sweet and simple and fragrant flowers for the bride’s bouquet. Mix in roses, tuberose, and dahlias. Hypericum berries will give dimension to the boutonnieres.
Decking out the place is easy – Candlelight is gorgeously romantic. Dot the surrounding areas with lots of candles. Make sure the candles are sheltered from the breezes with a votive or hurricane lamp. Hang strings of lanterns and glittering lights. Prettify long rows of tables with recycled vintage champagne corks. Wrap each cork with a satin ribbon – use them as guest name cardholders. Bottles of wine to be given away as party favors will also add glam on your table settings. Add customized letterpress labels with your names and wedding date and venue on the wine bottles.
Serve food that goes perfectly well with wine. Pick out a tiered wedding cake adorned with fresh grapes or flowers. Choose a gastronomical delight – like chocolate cake with some spicy kick like cinnamon-chocolate stuffing or chili-soaked chocolate ganache. Make dessert interesting by adding chocolate-dipped figs soaked in brandy.
Remember, chocolate and wine is an awesome combination. However, don’t just serve champagne and wine, pass along non-alocholic herb and fruit punches to the wedding guests.As an added party favor, give each guest some chocolates packed in small pretty hand-wrapped boxes. Add your favorite romantic quote—tie it with a twine. Or you can give away small bottled wines from the vineyard itself!Of course, make sure everyone dances the night away so your guest wouldn’t mind the chill the night breeze brings in the vineyards.