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A Rustic, Elegant Wedding at Calistoga Ranch in Calistoga, California

After spending their one year dating anniversary in Napa Valley, California, Kimberly Jones (39 and an attorney) and Steven Czerwinski (41 and a softw

After spending their one year dating anniversary in Napa Valley, California, Kimberly Jones (39 and an attorney) and Steven Czerwinski (41 and a software engineer) knew one day they'd return for their wedding. Narrowing down their venue search proved to be a daunting task—the options were endless! In the end, the outdoor reception space at Calistoga Ranch sold them. "When we saw Lommel Lawn [at Calistoga Ranch], we fell in love with it and knew we wanted to have our wedding there," Kimberly says. "It's situated in this beautiful area of the resort, with a lake on one side and views of the hills on the other." With their venue settled, Kimberly and Steven were able to focus on bringing their rustic-elegance theme to life, landing on a lush color palette of blue and berry tones inspired by Kimberly's late grandmother, whose favorite color was purple.

For her "something blue," Kimberly wore a teal stain pair of peep-toe pumps with silk rosettes.
Rustic Elegant Pavilion Ceremony at Calistoga Ranch
A subtle leaf pattern bordered the top and bottom of the square wedding invitations. The type, a mix of script and Roman lettering, was printed in pomegranate ink.
Green and Purple Boutonniere
Blue Monique Lhuillier Bridesmaid Dresses
Purple Dahlia on Ring Pillow
Fuchsia and Blue Flower Arrangment
Kimberly carried a posy of purple calla lilies, while her bridesmaids held rustic bunches with bold pops of fuchsia peonies.
Rustic Elegant Ranch Reception at Calistoga Ranch
The ceremony took place in a covered pavilion overlooking the Sotero vineyard. Muslin drapes tied back with bunches of greenery and vibrant blooms softened the pavilion's wooden pillars.
Market lights were strung over the 12 farm tables, which were left bare for a relaxed touch. "We let the flower and paper goods make the color statement," Kimberly explains.
Gold Framed Table Numbers
The menu cards were tucked into ivory napkins topped with single dahlia blooms and wrapped with a blue French ribbon.
"I wanted the wedding to be not only stylish but also a fun party that everyone would enjoy," Steven says. "A wine tasting the day before gave our guests a chance to get to know each other, so when it came to the actual wedding, folks were already friendly and ready to kick back."
Lantern Aisle Decor
A cascade of purple and magenta flowers accented the couple's modern buttercream cake.