A Rustic, Fall Wedding at Long Hollow Ranch in Sisters, Oregon

Paulina Inzerillo (25 and a nonprofit development professional) and Anthony Machi (25 and a business development professional) pulled off their rustic meets vintage and boho wedding by incorporating elements of wood, lace, beads and feathers, plus a rich palette of merlot, mulberry, gold and dusty blue. “We loved the idea of the simplicity and beauty of the outdoors coupled with the richness of color and decor,” Paulina says of their autumn nuptials. The couple said their “I dos” at Long Hollow Ranch in Sisters, Oregon, an operating dude ranch that “really felt like home,” Paulina says. “The vision for our day was to have a destination weekend where our closest family and friends could gather, enjoy and celebrate.” The couple’s families helped them build their ceremony arch and the bar for cocktail hour. Their mothers and grandmothers helped to crochet table runners and beaded dream catchers, while their dads built a wagon wheel chandelier for the barn. Paulina and Anthony even made homemade wine to serve to their friends and family, while their aunts and cousins baked cookies. “What was special for us was that family and friends gave so much to our wedding, and it was so representative of the love they were imparting on us as we stepped into marriage,” Paulina says. “Nearly every piece of decor and furniture was made or refurbished by our parents. They were incredibly supportive in several big projects for the day.” After a personal ceremony overlooking Long Hollow Ranch’s beautiful property, the couple and their friends and family celebrated with dinner and dancing at the ranch’s barn.  —Marissa Hermanson