A Rustic Homemade Wedding at Robinson Family Vineyard in Napa, California

Wildflowers, homemade pies and an intimate vineyard setting gave Carly and Colton's wedding a distinct Napa vibe.

Wildflowers, homemade pies and an intimate vineyard setting gave Carly and Colton's wedding a distinct Napa vibe.

Guests were greeted by a rustic chalkboard sign with curly calligraphy and a floral flourish.
Colton pinned a simple bundle of baby's breath to his lapel.
The couple created a rustic scene for their cake with stacks of antique wood crates.
Each of Carly's bridesmaids carried a distinct bouquet of wildflowers in shades of white or pale purple.
The name of each guest was hand calligraphed onto the pane of a vintage window.
To take advantage of the vineyard's breathtaking views, the couple chose to host the reception outside. They furnished the tables with French country chairs that worked perfectly with the rustic setting.
Caramel apples are always make for a delicious dessert, which is why Carly and Colton decided to serve this carnival favorite during the reception.
Carly filled her bouquet with two types of large blooms, garden roses and mums, plus tiny wildflowers, baby's breath and lamb's ear for added volume.
A delicate piece of ribbon wrapped each of the kraft paper invitations to give them a hint of rustic flair.
A single fabric flower was added to the ivory rosette cake.
The newlyweds coordinated their desserts to the decor, serving up macarons in soft shades of dusty blue and blush.
Colton’s mom is a great baker, says Carly,  So I knew that I wanted to bring in baked goods and of course the home baked apples pie!
Astilbe, wildflowers and weathered wooden planter boxes lent a wild, rustic hair to the centerpieces.