Jacqueline and Roberto's autumn wedding at Beringer Vineyards, the longest continuously operating winery in Napa Valley, was actually a first for the venue! Luckily, the couple was persistent in convincing the winery to host their wedding, and the setting is nothing short of breathtaking. Their palette of blush, sage and stone complemented the venue perfectly. Jacqueline achieved a laidback elegance with thoughtful, handmade details while ensuring their guests had an authentic wine country experience, including sampling wine from Beringer's tasting rooms and al fresco dining under trees draped in lights and lanterns. Each DIY table number was a mini movie poster for movies filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area, and they were accented by beautiful arrangements of dahlias, hydrangeas and roses. The cake topper was a hand-painted gift from a friend, and it matches their wedding attire! At the cocktail reception, the bride and groom were led out by Storm Troopers as a tribute to Roberto's love of movies. The couple also decided to incorporate some of their Latino heritage: the band played cover songs and salsa music, guests were treated to Dominican cigars, and they gave custom monogrammed wooden boxes called “cofrecitos” as parting gifts. Jeannie Guzis captured these gorgeous images of their celebration!
An autumn Beringer Vineyards wedding in St. Helena, CA