There’s a really interesting metaphor that comes from vineyards… There are seasons that they face, storms that they weather, and periods where they flourish and are abundant with fruit. However, they take time; time to be nurtured, time to grow, and time to harvest. The vines require much patience, and oftentimes the vinedresser finds that it’s impossible to do alone. Just as in a relationship — it cannot be done alone, it takes time to nurture, and there will always be seasons of change and growth. There are two parties at play, but when they come together and weather the storm, their love flourishes and joy is felt by all who surround them.
Inspired by the vineyards, this bohemian wedding designed by Stonewood Vintage was relaxed and filled with jubilee. Complete with cigars, whiskey flights, and a local food truck, Emily + Chris celebrated in a casual, yet elegant manner. In the grass of the vineyards, with Edison string lights strung above and live blue grass music, the night was rich with the laughter and happy tears. And their cups definitely runneth over.
How lovely is that log teepee with the added greenery?
ALL THE FEELS!!
Emily looks absolutely stunning in her gown by Rue de Seine.
Seriously loving the bright pops + interesting array of flowers in this bouquet by Bride and Bloom Design.
How awesome is the macramé table runner + the macramé topped sweetheart chairs?
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!
‘Stin iyá mas!’ is a Greek toast used when drinking, that means cheers + good health!
Can we have that setup in our living room ASAP?
All the rustic delights!
So who’s up for a trip to Canyon Wind Cellars in Colorado? From the team here at GWS, a huge congrats Emily + Chris!!
photography: Elizabeth Wells Photo // venue name: Canyon Wind Cellars, Palisade, Colorado, USA // event design: Stonewood Vintage // florals: Bride and Bloom Design // wedding dress: Rue De Seine // catering: Bin 707 Foodbar