A Villa at Sunstone Vineyards Wedding in Santa Ynez, California

For their winery wedding, gourmands Rachel Kashon (36 and owner and creative director of custom paper goods store Lupa & Pepi) and Jason Kirkham (36 a

For their winery wedding, gourmands Rachel Kashon (36 and owner and creative director of custom paper goods store Lupa & Pepi) and Jason Kirkham (36 and a commercial and film production manager) wanted to recreate the cozy intimacy of one of their famous dinner parties. The moment we saw the Italian-style villa at Sunstone we knew we had found our venue. It felt like we had been transported to Tuscany--a wedding destination we briefly considered! says Rachel. Inspired by the earth tones of fruits and vegetables, the couple used a color scheme of deep blue and purple accented with soft neutrals to pull of f their rustic farmers-market-themed affair. They even managed to incorporate all eight of Rachel's nieces and nephews into their nuptials--one of the many personal touches that made the day meaningful.

Jason and I basked in the sunset, stole a few kisses and vowed to remember that moment and that blissful feeling for the rest of our lives, Rachel says of their postceremony photos in the vineyard.
The couple's two-tier cake was designed to look like a stack of tree stumps, with rustic wood grain details etched into the marzipan frosting.
At their seats, guests found gold flatware and white plates topped with deep purple napkins and letterpressed menus, all wrapped with a gold braided cord.
Rachel designed and painted the laser-cut Mr. and Mrs. chair signs herself.
As the night wore on, globe lights strung from an oak tree cast a warm glow on the reception. While our guests danced, a super-moon rose in the evening sky, recalls Rachel. We couldn't have arranged a more perfect backdrop!
The bride carried a bouquet of textured flowers down the aisle, including blush dahlias, bay leaves and blueberries.
In keeping with their farmers market theme, the couple named each reception table after a different type of produce (like mushroom, asparagus and tomato) and incorporated fresh examples throughout the tablescapes.
The couple exchanged vows beneath a wooden frame lined with hanging tassels.
Linen runners showed off the rich wood of the long farm tables at the reception.
Rachel's nieces and nephews carried this sign down the aisle during the ceremony.
A sign told guests where to head for the reception's dinner and dancing portion.
Instead of petals, Rachel's flower girls threw rosemary, sage and thyme as they walked down the aisle.
A table of escort cards was displayed atop two large, wooden barrels under a canopy of metallic, draped fabric.
The cocktail hour appetizers included lamb meatballs with an almond romesco sauce, butternut squash agnolotti, grilled rosemary shrimp and a crostini station stocked with  local cheese, veggies and pickles.
Rachel's youngest nephew, Morris, carried a wooden box of herbs and olive branches down the aisle.
Each table was themed after a different fresh produce with versions of the fruit or vegetable artfully displayed.
Rachel's flower girls wore floor-length blush-colored gowns and floral wreaths in their hair. Instead of petals, they threw rosemary, sage and thyme as they walked down the aisle.
Bridesmaids carried bouquets of green and purple flowers down the aisle, including succulents, bay leaves and blueberries.
Paper goods are my business, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to do things I've always wanted to do, Rachel says of the tricolor letterpress invitation suite she designed herself. I went all out!
Jason wore a small bunch of fresh blueberries, thyme and bay leaves on the lapel of his custom three-piece suit.