A Romantic Wedding at Gerry Ranch in Camarillo, California

Allie (28 and a boutique manager) and Adam (32 and a technical instructor) love hiking and wine, so they tied the knot with a wine unity ceremony on a

Allie (28 and a boutique manager) and Adam (32 and a technical instructor) love hiking and wine, so they tied the knot with a wine unity ceremony on a ranch that boasts expansive views of the surrounding foothills and valleys. Gerry Ranch, nestled in the heart of the Santa Rosa Valley in Camarillo, California, feels like it was made for beautiful weddings. Plus, it's a working farm—lemons, avocados and blueberries all grow in this lovely landscape. Dressed up in white, blush and navy, Allie and Adam made their wedding day extraspecial by paying attention to the details. Think: a bed of soft rose petals in the aisle and simple, green blooms draped over their wooden wedding arch. "This venue was so peaceful, I felt like I was at home," Allie says. Her uncle was their officiant, and helped them to craft their wine unity ceremony. The newlyweds shared a blend of two wines from 2012—the year they met—to three things: the past, the present and the future. The reception, also at the ranch, was just as beautiful. White lantern and bistro string lights illuminated the dance floor, and ivory-colored tables were arranged carefully around it. The scent of fresh eucalyptus, emanating from the bridesmaid bouquets (which doubled as centerpieces), wafted into the evening air. The couple's sweetheart table was vintage, and the pair sat on a vintage couch instead of separate seats. One of Allie's friends baked her two-tier naked cake, but the sweetest part came later: Allie and Adam rolled out a vintage wagon piled with bite-size desserts, so guests could easily sample each. They offered treats like lemon blueberry bars, brownie chocolate chip cookies, raspberry lemon scones and carrot cake cupcakes. "We are honestly best friends and we know how to communicate with each other," Allie says. "We love to spend time together, just the two of us." —Alexa Wybraniec

Allie found her bridesmaid dresses and her gown at the White Dress, a bridal salon in Corona Del Mar, California. She ended up falling in love with the first dress she tried on.
"I chose my florist, Belle of the Ball, because I trusted her and her style," Allie says. "I knew she would amaze me."
"I wanted our wedding to be beautiful but not fancy," Allie says. "I wanted my personal touch and style in it as well."
The couple settled on a vintage, romantic theme. "I wanted everyone to feel the love in the air," Allie says.
Adam met Allie at a common friend's barbecue. He surprised Allie by showing up in Nashville, Tennessee, where she was on vacation. "My ring is supersimple and everything I wanted," she says. It's a round diamond set in white gold.
During their wine-tasting unity ceremony, Allie and Adam blended two 2012 wines, since that was the year they met. The couple toasted to three things: the past, the present and the future.
Considering their mountainous backdrop and blueberry field ceremony, Allie and Adam opted to exchange vows under a simple wooden arch, draped with delicate blooms. A bow "sealed the deal," as Allie puts it, above the petal-sprinkled aisle.
"This venue was so peaceful," Allie says. "I felt like I was at home." Her uncle was their officiant.
Romantic and soft in color, Allie's bridesmaid bouquets matched their dresses. A navy ribbon hung from each stem. "I wanted eucalyptus in them as well," she says. "I love the look, and it smells wonderful."
Allie and Adam stuck to a simple style for their table settings. Each guest sat down to a thank-you note with a sprig of viburnum berries nestled in an ivory cloth napkin.
Allie decided to use long vintage doors instead of escort cards. Each guest's name and table number was written in gold lettering.
Allie's bridesmaid bouquets doubled as the centerpieces at the reception at Gerry Ranch in Camarillo, California. Repurposed in clear vases, the blooms added a romantic, soft and loose vibe to the ivory-draped tables.
A local artist created this design for their reception's chalkboard menu. He also did the typography on Allie and Adam's bar menu and on the sign for their wedding's hashtag.
Since Allie isn't a cake fanatic, she and Adam got creative with the desserts. They served bite-size lemon bars, cookies, scones and cupcakes, and left out small bags, so her guests could take their treats home.
One of Allie's best friends baked her two-tier naked cake. She ordered the custom topper from Etsy.
Allie and Adam's sweetheart table was actually a vintage couch lined up next to a large vintage table. The newlyweds were surrounded by lots of greenery and flowers.
Allie and Adam's ivory-colored tables were arranged around the dance floor at their reception. The rolling mountains in the background and the white lantern string lights overhead rounded out the brilliant scene.
"We are honestly best friends and we know how to communicate with each other," Allie says of her relationship with Adam. "We love to spend time together, just the two of us."