Light and airy, this beautiful styled shoot at a winery in Oregon provides romantic rustic wedding inspiration for the modern bride. Briana Morrison of Briana Morrison Photography shares,
This shoot took place two days prior to the official “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order issued by the Oregon Governor. As a result of the timing and anticipated news, the vendor team was forced to make tough decisions and modifications. In the end, the sun came out, vendors stayed safe, and a beautiful day unfolded.
The inspiration for this shoot was centered around Oswego Hills Winery, the breathtaking venue located just outside of downtown Lake Oswego. While the venue is classic in design, its neutral colors and bright, airy spaces lends itself to a modern aesthetic. When it came to creating the design for this editorial, the GATHER Events team used a blend of classic elegance with a modern touch.Briana Morrison Photography
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GATHER designed two tablescapes (one on the patio and the other inside the venue) with the help of beautiful rental items from The Party Place and abundant florals from Bella Bloom. The outdoor tablescape had a timeless look with a linen-draped table paired with louis style upholstered chairs, luxury tableware, and fresh flowers in a contemporary, contrasting color palette of purples and yellows.
They designed the indoor tablescape with a modern minimalist approach by using a white painted modern table with white bistro chairs and warm earth-toned place settings contrasted by wine-colored lush florals and runner.
Elizabeth Dye’s stunning embroidered lace wedding gown with a plunging neckline was charmingly romantic paired with Elizabeth Bower’s oversized statement floral earrings, all of which completed the model’s understated look with the addition of Blush N’ Bride’s beautiful work.
No inspiration shoot is complete without pretty stationery flatlays. Maddy, owner of Golden Hour Paper, bestowed us with beautiful calligraphy and two of her richly textured stationery suites (matching the two different tablescapes) one in gold foil and the other in a soft stone colored palette.