How to Throw Your Future Vineyard WeddingLeave a Comment
As the nation stays safe inside and waits for good news concerning a cure for this coronavirus epidemic, we know that our future brides are still making plans pending when it will be safe to go ahead with holding weddings.
We at Hunt Country Celebrations are too. If you’re interested in a vineyard wedding, then you should try one of our 3 vineyard venues here in Northern Virginia. In the meantime, here are some tips from us on throwing a beautiful vineyard wedding.
- Make the Most of The Landscape
With vineyard weddings, the best way to go when it comes to décor is to let the venue speak for itself. Use a minimal amount of external décor and let you and your guests enjoy the abundance of natural beauty that will be present.
- Incorporate Wine Barrels
Wine barrels provide a great contrast when incorporated into your ceremony space or cocktail hour. It is a subtle way to bring the feeling of a winery into your event and they can be used as tables or to elevate arrangements.
- Use Wine-Inspired Colors
We’re talking burgundies, mauves, deep reds and other colors that you can see in the features of your vineyard venue. Dark blooms and décor would also complement the green and browns of the vineyard.
- Plan for The Terrain
You can bring your heels along for the pictures, but the abundance of soft dirt in a vineyard venue necessitates bringing along an extra set of shoes post-ceremony. Give your guests a heads up too!
- Pay Attention to Small Details
Incorporating the fact that this is a vineyard wedding into small details of your wedding is a good way to go. For example, you could use wine corks to hold your place cards. Things like these look great in pictures and leave a lasting impression on your guests.
- Pair the Food with Wine
Is it a vineyard wedding if wine is not served? Include wine pairings on your menu and treat your guests to a classy fun night celebrating your love life. They’ll love you for it.
Hunt Country Celebrations is the best when it comes to choosing a location for your wedding in Northern Virginia. Have any other questions? Contact us today!