If you're getting married in a vineyard, use these details to tap into the rustic beauty of the setting.

Fine wine, good food, and gorgeous scenery—we can't think of a reason not to get married on a vineyard! These venues are dotted all over the U.S., from Long Island to Napa Valley. Celebrities like Molly Sims, Seth Rogen and Robin Williams all got hitched surrounded by grapevines, as have many of our real brides. Some of these nuptials had rustic, outdoorsy décor and others fell on the more formal end of the spectrum, but all embraced the setting's signature charm. When planning a winery wedding, there is a naturally lush color palette of forest greens, cabernet reds, and oaky browns that lend themselves to a warm, romantic wedding day vibe. We dug up some details that will work no matter the season. Mix up your style by sticking a bronze comb in your hair, carrying a fiery, fall-inspired wedding bouquet, slipping on an airy chiffon wedding dress, wearing a ruby and diamond ring, and trying out green eyeliner. You can also doll up your bridesmaids in leaf-green bridesmaid dresses, register for earthy-elegant plates, and keep ceremony décor simple by using the sprawling vineyard and oak trees as a backdrop. For wedding invitations and stationery, send out wooden wine-label wedding invitations, use wine bottles as table numbers, and use a wine barrel to hold escort cards. On your wedding day, eat a wedding cake made entirely out of cheese, hang wire lanterns, and fill wine crates with flowers for table decoration. No matter how many of these ideas you use, we guarantee these inspired details will truly intoxicate.

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