Vineyards are always gorgeous locations for a wedding. This vineyard wedding from Paperlily Photography is filled with so many handmade details, it’s hard not to fall in love. I love the neutral hues, giving a relaxed vibe to the whole event. And it doesn’t get more Southern and sweet than spice rub favors and quilt squares guest book.
After getting engaged we considered a few different locations for the wedding, but after we met the staff and saw the grounds at Montaluce Winery in Dahlonega we knew that was where we would be married. Besides a gorgeous back drop and an accommodating staff, Montaluce also had a few villas that we were able to rent for the weekend so the wedding party was close by for the weekend.
We originally planned to have our ceremony in the vineyard, but Elizabeth and her team at Montaluce graciously moved everything indoors for a terrace ceremony at a moment’s notice when Mother Nature threatened.
Mike and I really wanted the day to be memorable for our guests and to reflect our personalities. Instead of a wedding cake, we had a sweets table that included our very favorite desserts from our favorite places. Mike and I do a lot of entertaining, so we made recipe cards with some of our must-have recipes and a BBQ spice rub for guests to take home. (Thanks to my Mom, Dad, and sister for their help!) Our sparkling farewell was the perfect end to a magical day. We couldn’t have asked for a more special day!
Photography | Paperlily Photography | Venue | Montaluce Winery | Florist | Gardenia Floral Design | Cake | Southern Sweets & Treats Bakery | Bakeries | Fresh to Order and Two Smart Cookies | Caterer | LaVigne at Montaluce | Film | Iris Films | Invitations | Minted | Gown | Rivini from bridals by lori | Bridesmaids Dresses | Bleubelle Bridal Boutique | Hair | Seven Hills Salon & Spa | Make Up | Jolie Day Spa | DJ | Atlanta Bands & DJ’s