A Rustic Outdoor Wedding at Chalk Hill Estate and Winery in Sonoma, California

Dana and Craig used a neutral palette--and bold, contrasting florals--to enhance the fall atmosphere and complement the natural setting of their viney

Dana and Craig used a neutral palette--and bold, contrasting florals--to enhance the fall atmosphere and complement the natural setting of their vineyard wedding.

The cake was decorated with fresh dahlias and orchids in bright colors and displayed on a cake riser created from vintage fruit crates, Dana says.
Vibrant clusters of flowers were displayed in vintage bottles stacked in wooden planter boxes.
A string quartet provided music for the ceremony.
Dana and Craig knew they wanted an outdoor wedding. We wanted to get married outside in the mountains where you were completely surrounded by nature and had 360 degrees views of the mountains and vineyards, Dana says.
The boutonnieres were bright orange calla lilies and green acorns tied together with black ribbon.
A colorful collection of riding hats were on display in a corner of the reception barn.
Large Porter chairs provided a cozy place for guests to relax during the reception.
Jewel-toned flowers and lots of lush greenery warmed up the rustic reception space.
Strings of bistro lights and potted trees added definition to the outdoor cocktail hour.
Dana's vintage-inspired gown featured a sweetheart neckline and a low back.
The All-Stars Band, with 14 talented musicians, kept guests on the dance floor all night long.
Slices of artisan cheese, paired with local wines, were served up during cocktail hour.
Green textured plants and candles in mason jars lined the long tables.
Dana didn't have any bridesmaids--instead her immediate family walked down the aisle as the couple's pseudo-wedding party.
A green leaf table runner added some natural, organic charm to the table decor.