1940s Vintage Italian Vineyard Wedding

Vintage and vineyards are two styles that we rarely see together. Lucky for us, Margaret of Van Damme Weddings designed this concept shoot inspired by a vintage Italian vineyard from the 40s. I am specially loving the mismatched vintage plates and the barrels decorated with flowers at the entrance of the aisle. Shot by the wonderful duo Katrina and Andrew of Sedona Bride

Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sonoma California Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding
Sedona Arizona Vintage 1940s Italian Vineyard Wedding

Wedding Vendors (Sedona, Arizona):
Venue: Page Springs Cellars / Event Design and coordination: Van Damme Weddings / Hair & Makeup: Patricia Vega / Flowers: Bliss Extraordinary Floral / Photography: Katrina and Andrew of Sedona Bride

18 Comments
  1. wow, these are the most beautiful photos i have seen all day! i love all the colors and vintage touches! i think my favorite thing is the plates!!

  2. I think Vintage and Vineyards should be done more often! I can just imagine this kind of thing in a Tuscan vineyard under the sun, or in a vineyard on the slopes of Vesuvius, overlooking the sea…

  3. Amanda, thank you for featuring this wedding! we’re honored you like our work 🙂 i’ll put together some weddings for you to choose from soon.. abrazos!
    andrew+katrina

  4. Wow what an honor it is to have our photographs featured on Ruffled! Thank you Amanda! Margaret is an amazing wedding stylist and I think the plates actually came from her private collection. You can replicate the same idea by finding mismatched plates at antique stores and thrift stores … or you can hire Margaret to design your wedding for you! 😉 xoxo {katrina + andrew}

  5. Hello!
    I’ma photographer from Brazil and I loved your work and in particular actions or presets you use, with creamy between violet and yellow that I realized.
    Please, I tried everything to make it.
    I would appreciate if you could give me a hint how to achieve these effects, let alone lenses because I know you wear primes.
    Thank you very much.
    Hugs

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