Our Dallas based couple Kristn & Tyson wanted the wedding of their dreams – a wine country wedding in picturesque Sonoma, CA – and that is just what we gave them! Friends and family alike traveled to this destination wedding weekend and were not disappointed! The wedding was held at a beautiful property in the heart of Sonoma with some very unique and interesting installation art accenting the venue amongst the vineyards. Guests entered the stunning ceremony and were offered hot apple cider to drink as an acoustic guitar played. Kristen’s modern gown paired beautifully with her lush fall bouquet of crimsons, greens, oranges, and golds. Following the moving ceremony with the gorgeous fall colors serving as the backdrop, guests proceeded to the barn patio where they enjoyed delicious passed hors d’ourves – all local and sustainable cuisine. An amazing dinner followed in the dining tent flanked with string lights over tables covered with breathtaking orange and green centerpieces and organic fruit. After much love and laughter over local wine and great food, guests proceeded back to the interior of the barn for the reception. Live Band Karaoke was the hit of the evening as guests got to show off their singing skills – or lack thereof! – on stage with the band rocking in accompaniment behind them. The barn was decorated with lounge furniture, loads of candles, and crystal chandeliers to create a space of rustic elegance. One the the biggest surprises of the evening was the wedding cake, which wasn’t made of cake at all, but rather from wheels of local artisan cheeses! When paired with toppings like fresh honeycomb and fig jam and alongside sweet treats from famed Bouchon Bakery in Yountville, CA, guests couldn’t get enough of the dessert table! A Polaroid guest book provided additional entertainment as did the open bar! Kristn & Tyson departed the evening under a shower of fall leaves that their guests threw in the air. It was truly a magical weekend, and Significant Events was honored to coordinate the whole thing from thousands of miles away!
Photography by Shaun Menary Photography