A Rustic Autumnal Wedding in Cambria, CA

For Caitlin and Mark, Autumn is a particularly special season marked by many important milestones in their relationship. The couple selected the month

For Caitlin and Mark, Autumn is a particularly special season marked by many important milestones in their relationship. The couple selected the month of October to exchange vows in a wedding that highlighted the beauty of their beloved season. Pumpkins, maple leaves and a fall color palette paired with rustic personal details created the perfect backdrop for Caitlin and Mark's special day.

In remembrance of her grandparents, Caitlin hung small golden lockets holding their photos from her bouquet wrap as a reminder that they were with her on this memorable day.
The couple chose a princess-cut halo ring for Caitlin and a white gold band for Mark featuring a combination of brushed and high-polish finishes.
Caitlin wore three different headpieces throughout the wedding, but for the ceremony she chose a vintage birdcage veil.
Caitlin's bridesmaids looked elegant in matching one-shoulder floor-length gowns.
Mark stayed true to the rustic autumnal theme by incorporating red coffee berries, yellow craspedia and a tiny Moroccan fairy squash.
Caitlin and Mark's four-tiered round cake was decorated with a cascade of orange and red mums and cream-colored satin ribbon.
Caitlin's bridesmaids carried orange and red bouquets of mixed blooms accented with rustic elements including eucalyptus berries and wheat. Burlap and lace wrapped the bouquets for vintage a flair.
These cute and comfortable pearl-studded flats complemented Caitlin and Mark's vintage theme.
Mark and his groomsmen went for a classic style wearing black suits and dress shoes. Rich brown ties and vests kept with the day's color palette and fall motif.
Caitlin wanted a bridal bouquet that would last forever which is why she chose a brooch bouquet for her wedding. Carefully selected golden brooches and rich brown blooms filled the bouquet.
These beautiful pumpkin centerpieces were a long time in the making. Months before the wedding, Caitlin and Mark selected several varieties of pumpkins and had them grown by the Boujikian Farm in Torrance, CA. The day before the wedding the couple and their families hollowed out the pumpkins and filled them with beautiful arrangements of hydrangeas, billy ball, roses and eucalyptus berries made by florist Brianne Arrista.
Centerpieces made from wheat stalks and brown satin ribbon graced every other table alongside maple leaves, bird nests and pomegranates. Table name cards continued the rustic bird motif in honor of the bride's maternal grandmother.
Cute little birds and aged paper gave the escort cards a rustic look and feel.