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Jewel Tone Wedding Inspiration at The Old Schoolhouse

A restored schoolhouse in Newberg, Oregon served as the inspiration for this shoot styled by J29 Events and photographed by Gabriela Ines, and we’re completely obsessed. You’ll find romance and drama in the vibrant colors of crimson and cobalt (getting us in the right mood for our weekend festivities!), blooms from Ponderosa and Thyme, and a to-die-for canopy of peacock feathers! There’s much more to see in the full gallery right here!

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From Gabriela Ines PhotographyThe inspiration for this shoot came from the venue itself. The Old Schoolhouse is a gorgeous and unique new venue in the Portland, OR area. I was inspired by its dramatic and enchanting look and wanted to style a shoot that showcased the venue’s original features. Nicole from J29 events ran with the idea of jewel tones and created a beautiful scene that included a tablescape full of color and lush foliage from Ponderosa and Thyme. The dramatic and elegant look of this shoot highlighted the authenticity of this repurposed Oregon venue.

Photography: Gabriela Ines Photography | Event Design: J29 Events | Floral Design: Ponderosa and Thyme | Wedding Dress: The White Dress | Cake: Sugar Cubed Cake Creations | Calligraphy & Invitations: Palomino | Hair And Make-Up: Portland Make-Up And Hair | Location: The Old Schoolhouse | Rentals: Common Wealth

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Romantic Rustic Wedding Inspiration

In my option, styled shoots are something be behold. You see, not only are they beautiful beyond measure, but they also add some major inspo by pushing the style envelope. Like this pretty that redefines rustic with gorgeous garlands and organic elements. It’s an editorial that has us pinning, and Josselyn Peterson has it all waiting for you in the gallery!

From Josselyn Peterson PhotographerThis styled shoot was to inspire couples to push their rustic wedding into something above and beyond. We used a rustic, wooden farm table with wooden crossback chairs to give it a rustic feel, but then added tapered candles, gold accents, and more formal florals to give it a more romantic feel. While as a photographer I love outdoor weddings and receptions, staging this beautiful table in front of a grand stone fireplace in a lodge with clean lines and large windows letting in wonderful natural light to give the table warmth and an intimate feel. Everything for this styled shoot was put together to give off that refined rustic look with an organic, easy feel. The portraits were done outdoors just as the sun was setting being the mountains to keep that light and airy feeling while maximizing the romance of those last moments of light. I hope you enjoy everything!

Photography: Josselyn Peterson Photographer | Floral Design: A Native Bloom | Cake: Foxtail Bakeshop | Invitations: My Fair Letters | Hair And Makeup : Elizabeth Elle Artistry | Wedding Venue: Broken Top Club | Boutique: Bella Brides Bend - Home | Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero | Rentals: Set In Your Way Rentals

Oregon State Park Engagement Session

Sometimes all it takes to have a successful engagement shoot, is a really pretty backdrop and a great photographer. Which this couple clearly had. But in this case, they also had a little dose of adorableness and one really stinking cute pup. And the result? Frame-worthy lovely, captured to perfection by Corinne Krogh. And there is more here!

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From Corinne KroghKayla and David, with their sweet pup named Blue, traveled from Los Angeles up to Smith Rock for their engagement session. Inspired by a timeless setting and expansive nature, they chose neutral tones to be the grounding theme of their images. We arrived just after the sun had risen and had a magical time exploring the area, sharing the space with deer grazing and climbers preparing for their day’s ascent. The area has been special to Kayla and David for years and it was a honor to capture their love in such a gorgeous location.

Photography: Corinne Krogh

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Glamorous 1920s Portland Wedding

When it comes to a themed wedding, you’re either IN or your OUT. And this couple – photographed to utter perfection by Yasmin Khajavi Photography – is so in that it makes me a little teary eyed. The elegance, the execution, the details…all so entirely lovely, both on theme and in a totally timeless way. While we’ve pulled some of our favorite images here, take some time to enjoy the gallery where 20′s glam reigns Queen.

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From Yasmin Khajavi Photography… Kelly and Tony married at LeftBank Annex, a perfect urban venue with large windows, brick, and industrial style. They transformed it into their awesome 20′s style, with old black and white movies playing on the big screen, with cafe lights strung all around. The table signs, guest seating arrangements, drink signs had the perfect font that matched their theme! Their guest sign in book had a polaroid camera for their guests to snap a photo of themselves and sign next to their photo. And also a cute sign that said “Don a Headband and Join Us for a Night of 1920′s Glamour.” Throughout the evening, guests wore the 20′s style sequined headbands, it was adorable! So many guests also dressed to the theme and wore sequins. Kelly’s cake table had a beautiful sequined tablecloth that also tied in perfectly. Kelly’s diamond headpiece was stunning and looked so good on her! It paired perfectly with their faux-fur shawls that both Kelly and her bridesmaids wore. Kelly and Tony got ready at a hotel downtown, the Sentinel, then the whole bridal party along with Kelly and Tony took the street car through the city to their wedding venue! Kelly had beautiful blush umbrellas as back up plan in case of the northwest rain. They had a personalized marquee displayed with their new last name “Forsyth.” Soft candlelights, cafe lights along with the flower displays tied in perfectly! Their caterer bbq’ed their meal right on-site! They took advantage of the flat screen’s that lined the stairs and had “Welcome to the Wedding of Anthony & Kelly” display.

From the Bride… It was really important to me that our wedding be a reflection of both Tony and I. This was not just my wedding, it was OUR wedding, Tony is a film producer and I have a very vintage esthetic so a 1920s Hollywood theme was the perfect fit for our big day! A day that could not have gone any better. It was a beautiful, calm March day, and we were surrounded by so much love. I felt like the most beautiful woman in the world and I married the man of my dreams and had a blast doing it!

Photography: Yasmin Khajavi Photography | Event Planning: Bride | Floral Design: Botanica Floral Design | Wedding Dress: James Alexander | Jewelry: Chrystal Avenues | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Adrianna Papell | Makeup: Event Cosmetics | Hair: J. Marie Hall At French Cut Hair | Hotel: Sentinel | Venue: Left Bank Annex | Bridal Boutique: Charlotte's Weddings And More | Bridesmaid's Dress: Pisarro Nights | Caterering: Simpatica | Groom And Groomsmen's Attire: Macy's | Headpiece: Debbie Carlisles Ltd

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Bohemian Portland Wedding Inspiration

What I love about this shoot isn’t quite as obvious as lovely pictures. And lovely they are, it’s really all about the colors. The textures. The feeling of happy, that seems to fill every last photograph. From the wispy gowns to the floral crowns, every last detail – designed by Lavena B. Vintage with photographs by Andie Reavely – is boho chic entirely steal-worthy. More here!

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From Andie ReavelyWanderers, adventurers and vagabond: a community of like-minded folk. The idea of the bohemian is undeniably captivating. With this inspired shoot, we wanted to exhibit the whimsical diversity, yet like-mindedness of a bohemian company.

Everything, from the pom-poms, flower crowns, mismatched glassware and recycled bottles made us want to take our shoes off and breath a little bit deeper and laugh a little more freely.

This troupe of artists and creators was a dream to work with— coincidentally embodying the very concept of this shoot inspiration.

Photography: Andie Reavely | Floral Design: Brenna Burnett | Wedding Dress: Melissa Price | Hair And Makeup : Peggy Dean | Event Design And Rentals: Lavena B. Vintage | Invitations And Calligraphy: Kelsey Malie | Location: Mount Tabor Park | Model: Sarah Taylor | Model: Aleara Rumboldt | Model: Bethanie Nettleton