Ciccone Vineyard Wedding | Rachel and Tristan

Ciccone Vineyard offers such a charming wedding venue with endless opportunities to create something that is unique to every couple. Rachel and Tristian transformed the space with beautiful white florals and greenery, gold hues and personalized touches. Their wedding day was exactly how they envisioned it and we were so glad to be there to help execute this FUN and flawless day.

From the ceremony to the reception tent and barn for dancing, the simple beauty flowed throughout. Quick tip: Whenever you have the option for your ceremony to include a large beautiful tree as your backdrop, the answer is yes! Stunning floral arrangements on wine barrels greeted guests as they entered the ceremony space. The only other thing necessary were white chairs to accompany a beautiful tree as the focal point and vineyards in the background. Absolute perfection!

After the ceremony, guests moved to the reception tent that overlooks the vineyard and the Traverse Bay. Candles, gold flatware, a loose garland and satin napkins were all the tablescape needed to bring together a picture perfect dinner.

Once dinner wrapped up, everyone headed over to the barn where the celebration continued. It started with a bunch of family and friends doing a surprise dance to Mama Mia songs, followed by celebratory shots which is a family tradition. Rachel and Tristan collected a bunch of different shot glasses to be used, which was a cute personal touch. For dessert they had an amazing array of Grand Traverse Pies with a large freezer that had individual sized Jeni’s ice cream. *yum*

Rachel and Tristan really thought of everything and had their guests in mind through every detail.  These two and their families really know how to throw a party!







Venue: Ciccone Vineyard| Wedding Coordinator: Stellaluna Events | Catering: Abundance Catering| Dessert: Grand Traverse Pie Company | Bar: Tonic & Lime | Florals: Sweetwater Floral| Beauty: Team Hair and Beauty | Rentals: Fringe Events| DJ: 2Bays DJs | Photography: Evan Davies | Videography: Coastline Studios

Shelby Prins

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