An Annadel Estate Winery Wedding in Santa Rosa, California

Marissa and Matthew's Annadel Estate Winery wedding in Santa Rosa, California played with gray and fig hues in a vineyard setting inspired by the coup

Marissa and Matthew's Annadel Estate Winery wedding in Santa Rosa, California played with gray and fig hues in a vineyard setting inspired by the couple's love of gardening and their Italian heritage.

Layers of light green separated tiers of white fondant and green leaf motif designs in the couple's wedding cake.
Peonies, ranunculuses and roses in plum and fig hues made up the bride's bouquet.
A fuchsia ranunculus flower was wrapped up in a special ribbon that matched the bride's bouquet wrap.
Bottles of Italian olive oil provided guests with their seating assignment and a favor to take home.
Bouquets from the ceremony were repurposed with green and white arrangements at the reception.
Cocktails that matched the fig and plum color palette of the day were served at the cocktail hour.
The two junior bridesmaids wore floral crowns of rosemary and plum colored roses.
Sweet cannolis made up a portion of the dessert table at the reception.
Multiple sizes of urns -- containing fig-colored dahlias, roses, lisanthus and bougainvillea -- were painted in a glossy gray on top of patterned pedestals.
A chalkboard sign welcomed guests to the ceremony and reception venue.
A plum and green color scheme helped create this ultra plush lounge space.
At cocktail hour, vintage canned fruit cans made vintage-inspired planters.
Two large queen's tables without table linens made up the center of the reception tent, while smaller tables with tablecloths made up the perimeter.
The altar was framed with two rectangular pedestals wrapped in damask wallpaper.
Bright fuchsia arrangements of hydrangeas, lisanthus, roses and zinnias marked the ceremony aisles.
Events of Distinction developed a custom coat of arms using the ruins of Annadel Winery surrounded by classic Italian herbs and surrounded by a cheerful pink pattern and sheathed in a golden envelope.