A Fall Rustic California Wedding Part I

I am so excited to share this beautiful autumn wedding which took place at Temecula Creek Inn in Southern California’s wine country. This wedding is filled with sweet rustic details and enriched with a dark, rich autumn color pallet. I am so in love with this beautiful wedding that I am going to feature it in two parts. Here is a little information about the wedding from the bride. The Stone House was the perfect location for our “Rustic Autumn” wedding. We chose elements that would accentuate the natural beauty of the surrounding location and compliment the items at the Stone House. I made an inspiration board with pictures from my blog stalking and searches (I seriously have an addiction to wedding blogs) with features we wanted to incorporate into our wedding and to establish the overall feel of the wedding. We wanted a rustic, organic, natural feel while using the jewel toned autumn palette and mixing traditional with unexpected elements. We wanted to create a sense of warmth so we had candles everywhere and fires lit in the fire pit outside and the fireplace inside.

The bride from this wedding stated that their wedding was created out of love and by incorporating traditions and doing many DIY projects for the big day. This sentiment seems to be echoed through so many of the weddings we feature here on Rustic Wedding Chic.
credits – Day of Coordination: One and Only Events / Ceremony and Reception Venue: Temecula Creek Inn  / Photography: Emily Faulknor Photography / DJ: Vynce with DJ Phreek / Florist: Tessilk / Cake: Yves Fournier / Pies: Julian Pie Company / Dress: custom Casablanca via 2000 Dreams Bridal / Cinematography: Ashley Video Productions / Hair and Makeup: AnnaMae Ouimet of One and Only Events /  Bridesmaids Dresses: After Six / Groom and Groomsmen attire: Men’s Wearhouse

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  • Reply
    Lauren M.
    October 9, 2012 at 6:59 pm

    Hey – Love the invitations. Do you have any more details about them? Where you got them and/or more pictures, etc?


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    Rafael Galiano
    January 23, 2012 at 2:45 am

    These are all beautiful details ! I love this blog ..

  • Reply
    January 13, 2012 at 9:41 am

    Does anyoe know how the arch was made/where it was purchased or rented from? Beautiful!

    • Reply
      January 16, 2012 at 1:30 pm

      It is a part of the venue which was great for us! It looks like it’s probably bent willow and there are many furniture makers who could make something similar.

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