An Elegant Vineyard Wedding at the Corazon Club in Dublin, Ohio

Priscilla Johnson (23, a professional graphic designer and event planner) and Jesse Johnson (23 and a vintage jewelry store owner) met in high school.

Priscilla Johnson (23, a professional graphic designer and event planner) and Jesse Johnson (23 and a vintage jewelry store owner) met in high school. ?Jesse proposed to Priscilla on a hike in Yellowstone National Park, on their annual summer vacation in Wyoming. "I was taking a picture of the stunning view of the canyons, and when I put the camera down and turned around, Jesse was on one knee with a blue box in his hand," Priscilla says. She was so excited she said yes before Jesse could open the ring box.?The couple chose to have their ceremony and reception at the Corazon Club, a tuscan-style mansion and vineyard in Dublin, Ohio. They chose this stunning venue because the picturesque vineyard had the feel of an exotic destination wedding but was within their budget. "We had played with the idea of having a small destination wedding, but we couldn't with our budget," Priscilla says. " The minute we pulled up to Corazon Club it felt like we were worlds away."Priscilla and Jesse's color palette was inspired by vibrant peacock feathers, but they also wanted to incorporate fresh bursts of bright green and white to keep their theme from becoming visually overwhelming. They used centerpieces with lots of calla lilies, hypericum berries, hydrangea and spider mums. In the true spirit of DIY, they made all of the floral arrangements themselves through a local warehouse that helped order and source the raw materials. Priscilla also designed their invitations herself through supplies from Cards and Pockets. She created a wedding logo the bride and groom used on the invitations, escort cards and programs. To play up the vineyard theme, they offered top shelf wine at their buffet style reception and incorporated wine bottles into the table decor.Priscilla's brother performed their ceremony ?with the rest of their families in the front row, ?including Priscilla's mother, who passed away shortly after the wedding. ?"That was the last day most of our friends and family got to see her," Priscilla says. "She ate, drank and danced all night. So many precious memories were shared by loved ones that day."

The bride (a graphic designer) made the invitations herself through supplies from Cards and Pockets. She created a wedding logo that the bride and groom used on the invitations, escort cards and programs.
The bride wore a strapless organza ball gown with an embellished bodice by designer Lazaro. She'd fallen in love with the dress before she was engaged, and managed to snag a pristine sample of her dream gown.
Purple Wedding Shoes
Wedding Rings On Peacock Feathers
Bride Wearing Diamond Jewelry
Bride and Groom First Look
Bride and Groom
The bridesmaids wore  strapless dark purple dresses from the Wtoo by Watters collectio. The maid of honor wore a  a matching strapless dress but in blue. The entire bridal party accessorized with gold jewelry from the bride.
Groomsmen in Gray Tuxes with Purple Boutonnieres
The bride and groom wanted a peacock-inspired wedding, but wanted to stick to the deeper jewel tones rather than focus on the blue and aqua colors in a peacock. The bridesmaids wore dark purple gowns and the groom and groomsmen wore complementary gray tuxes.
Bouquet with
The bride and groom's flower girl wore a custom beige tutu dress they found on Etsy. The bride wanted pops of white and beige in her color palette to balance out the darker jewel tones in the peacock feather decor.
The bride and groom had a buffet style reception with food stations of sides their guests could pair with the meat of their choice. To play up their peacock theme, the bride and groom incorporated peacock feathers and jewel tone accents into their table decor.
The bride and groom used centerpieces with lots of calla lilies, hypericum berries, hydrangea and spider mums. They made all of the floral arrangements themselves through a local warehouse that helped order and source the raw materials.
The table decor had wine bottles with custom labels made by the bride. The bride and groom cut the bottoms off the wine bottles to repurpose them as DIY candleholders and peacock feather vases.
Centerpiece with Grass and White Daisies
The bride and groom's color palette was inspired by peacock feathers, but they also wanted to incorporate fresh bursts of green and white to keep their theme from becoming visually overwhelming.
Dark Purple Cake
Bright Purple Cake