A Private Estate Wedding in Santa Rosa Valley, California

A soft pastel color palette, a custom designed antler motif and lots of natural wood and diy accents came together to give Jamie and Greggar's wedding

A soft pastel color palette, a custom designed antler motif and lots of natural wood and diy accents came together to give Jamie and Greggar's wedding in Santa Rosa Valley, California a romantic and rustic vibe.

The seating assignments were written on the panes of vintage windows and displayed on a chuck wagon to go with the rustic country vibe of the day.
The couple made white-framed chalkboard signs that they placed throughout the reception for a rustic chic look.
The bottom of the three-tier wedding cake was decorated with blue ombre ruffles. The top two layers had a more classic look with ivory fondant and lace piping.
During cocktail hour, the appetizers and snacks were displayed on the tailgate of a vintage white and turquoise truck decorated with a string of colorful tassels.
The cocktail hour took place outdoors between the ceremony and reception sites. Guests sipped on signature drinks like the Blondie, a lemon drop cocktail and the Tall, Dark and Handsome, a whiskey and coke, while a bluegrass band played lively tunes.
The couple gave the welcome table a shabby-chic feel with a vintage desk, rustic wood accents and a framed chalkboard welcome sign.
For a timeless, romantic look, Jamie's florist combined garden roses, peonies, stock, eucalyptus and lisianthus in soft shades of pink and ivory in her bouquet.
The wedding party entered into the ceremony through a wall of upcycled doors that Gregger and his father built. The couple's florist then decorated the wall with floral wreaths and carnation garlands.
Jamie, a graphic designer, designed all of the wedding's stationery herself. To create a rustic, romantic look Jamie incorporated elements like kraft paper, lace, wood, calligraphy and water colors into the invitation suite. She also designed a custom stamp with antlers, a wreath and the couple's monogram that she stamped on each of the invitations.
Peach, pink and ivory roses, hydrangeas, stock, peonies and baby's breath were arranged in wooden planters that Jamie and Gregger made themselves.
Gregger's bouquet was made with white peonies and eucalyptus wrapped in twine.
Jamie made a custom stamp for the seed packets, which they gave to guests as favors, in addition to monogrammed tree round ornaments and honey sticks.
The couple painted the wooden cocktail bar with the same monogram that appeared on their invitations.
The bridesmaid dresses were custom designed by Armour Sans Anguish using vintage materials in soft shades of blush to create an eclectic and country look.
Jamie walked down the aisle arm-in-arm with her father.
The flower girl wore a layered lace dress with a criss-cross back, cowboy boots and a simple baby's breath flower crown.
Jamie's father built a small stage for the ceremony using old railroad ties so that all of the guests would be able to see the ceremony with ease. An arbor made from birch branches and draped with flowing white fabric and soft floral arrangements added a romantic touch to the display.