Manicured lawns and rustic bridges lead the way to Stone House, an 1800s bunkhouse located at this beautiful Temecula Creek Inn venue. Ceremonious oak trees embrace the property for added warmth and charm! The estate is backdropped with natural tones and textures that inspired this rustic romance shoot.
The bunkhouse is nestled in the lush greenery, integrating unexpected wood and stone elements into the natural landscape.
Our Tufted Suffolk Benches and Annika Chairs framed our rustic Bingham Table with a soft gray palette fused with studded details and tufted fabric! The hanging floral chandelier of larkspur and delphinium enchanted the space with ethereal qualities.
White and pale yellow garden roses balanced the copper candalabra and cut crystal accents. The flatware and chargers added warm metal tones while white dish-ware and a pastel table runner softened the organic tablescape.
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Furniture Rentals and Goblets: Archive Rentals // Photography: Bryan N. Miller Photography // Coordination: Katherine Riley Events // Cake: Cakes to Celebrate // Hair and Makeup: Raeleen Babbel // Calligraphy and Florals: Carla Kayes Floral Design // Grooms Attire: Friar Tux // Venue: Temecula Creek Inn // Bride’s Dress: The Bridal Theory // Tabletop and Place Settings: Anthropologie