From the Planner, Hannah Mitchell of Elite Events We were inspired by the vision of a romantic, bohemian wedding with lots of polished glamour. We wanted to also infuse some hints of our earthy Pacific Northwest roots, so we carefully selected DairyLand as the backdrop for this editorial shoot. We carefully blended a wide range of materials and textures which created a stunningly unique design. Courtney Bowlden
Winter is all about textures and this styled shoot by Vivid Vibes Event Planning and The Howard Brand highlights different elements ideal for a winter elopement or bridal celebration in the city. The deep rich jewel tones of burgundy, violet, red, white, black, silver, gold with pops of green played a huge part in the city chic feel the bride and groom were trying to achieve.
There’s more to the groom’s day of looking sharp than the black tux or blue suit you’ve chosen for him. In fact, there are several more decisions to be made when finishing off his ensemble. From top to bottom, we’re covering the groom’s accessories and what needs to happen to pull off a seamless and stylish look. Finding the right tuxedo may be the easiest
Crashing waves and an orange sunset made a perfect backdrop for this dramatic winter beach elopement on Cannon Beach in Oregon. Olga’s stunning Mignonette Atelier dress looked as though it was part of the ocean breeze. Her effortless and elegant fishtail braid contrasted with the carefully arranged, vibrant bouquet of orange tulips and soft pink peonies only add to the drama of the couple’s shoot. For a fun twist, two ponies out on walk decided to stroll down the beach alongside the happy couple.
“The time has come,” the fabled Wedding Walrus says, “to talk of many details: of shoes and slips and bikini waxes, of veils and your future King, and why wedding dresses are so expensive, and whether you’ll find the perfect one.” Awkward Lewis Carroll puns aside, wedding dress shopping feels a bit like stepping into a fairy tale — but with a wedding planner as