Mike and Sophie // Gundlach Bundschu Winery

Sophia & Mike met in high school, but it wasn’t until 5 years after that they reconnected at a friends BBQ. Being local northern Californians they knew they wanted to invite their family and friends to the beautiful wine country to celebrate their wedding.
They have a fun vintage style that they knew they wanted to bring into their wedding look. We meshed vintage, eclectic with rustic elegant touches (like the Crystal chandeliers we hung over their head table) to pull everything together. It was very important to them to incorporate as many family heirlooms as possible. They brought in personal touches like boiled wool hearts at all the ladies place settings and used her grandfathers Model A Ford for beautiful pictures amongst the vines. All of the vases used were borrowed from Sophia’s grandmother, great aunt, mother and aunt.
Sophia and Mike are a hip, young couple with a love for good wine and beautiful views, making Gundlach Bundshu Winery the perfect back drop to their special day.


Special thanks to all the vendors who was a part of this wedding šŸ™‚

Lead Planner: Meren Dehaze
415-328-0736-Cell phone
Assistant Danielle: 415-300-6265
Gundlach Bundshu Winery
2000 Denmark Street
Sonoma, CA 95476
Contact: Heather Mills
Phone: 707-939-3006
Bern Velasco
Phone: 707-694-9121
Feast! Catering
Contact: Erin Ito
Phone: 707-575-3753
Emporio Rulli Bakery
Contact: Molly
Phone: 415.924.7478 x3
Hair & Make UP:
Contact: Jenni Huse
Phone: 707.888.0901
Twilight Design
Contact:Jeff Mills
Phone: 707-570-0101 work
707-494-1363 cell
Classic Party Rentals
Contact: Tanya Kaplan
Phone: 707.253.2332
Wine Country Party
Contact: Rebecca Christian
Phone: 707.940.6006

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