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A Vineyard Wedding – An intimate affair!!

A vineyard theme would be perfect for a spring or summer wedding. The stunning backdrop would make an idyllic setting for a special occasion like wedding. You can make the wedding décor as interesting as you like. We would suggest the use of fresh colours like Pinks, Orange, Lemon Yellow and Whites. You can also use wildflowers if you are having a less formal wedding. This will give a more relaxed and natural feel to the event. If you do opt for a vineyard theme wedding then you can incorporate many aspects from a green wedding.

Empty wine bottles with candles can add a soft and romantic feel to the whole décor. You could work around some of the easily available objects at the vineyard and incorporate them in your wedding décorations. For example elements like wine barrels, grapes as a part of center pieces and grapevine leaves as a part of the floral arrangements, wine stoppers as place card holders etc. This would not only mean saving costs but also give you the pleasure of having an eco-friendly wedding.

Your wine list can be as elaborate as your food. Especially if you have meats on your menu you could pair them with an array of wines. If you have a sit down dinner, you could use a specific wine to go with each course. And last but not the least; your giveaways could be personalized wine bottles!!

Do contact the team at Marry Me – Wedding Planners that will be happy to assist you with multiple vineyards that can host a lovely intimate vineyard wedding in India.

Author: Candice | Posted on: May 19, 2011 at 1:20 pm | Posted under: Wedding Planning, Wedding Themes | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL


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