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One of my favorite wedding inspirations is wine! So many ideas come from vineyards, bottles, barrels, wine glasses, grapes, corks and more! So this week, I took a look at wine-inspired weddings for every color palette—and for every wine palate.Traditional wine-inspired weddings often use the hue of grap... read more

One of my favorite wedding inspirations is wine! So many ideas come from vineyards, bottles, barrels, wine glasses, grapes, corks and more! So this week, I took a look at wine-inspired weddings for every color palette—and for every wine palate.

Traditional wine-inspired weddings often use the hue of grapes—purples, plums, greens and golds.

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Blue is another great color to intertwine with a vineyard-themed wedding, whether it is a deep, rich blue or more of a teal green-blue.

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Similar to the plum colors, pink can also be a fabulous way to style your wine country wedding. And the combination of pinks and greens is very popular!

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I also love these inspiration boards found on Style Me Pretty that use pinks and corals combined with green and citrusy colors to achieve a wine-inspired affair.

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Oranges and reds can be used for a bold take on the wine-inspired wedding.

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And last but definitely not least, the browns. Use shades of brown, mahogany, taupe and tan to inspire feelings of corks, barrels and cellars.

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