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Enchanting Oregon Wilderness Engagement Session

Have you ever kissed in the rain? It’s a magical, magical thing. Case in point: this rainy romance set in an undeniably enchanting scene that is the Pacific Northwest wilderness. A wild bunching of blooms from Ponderosa & Thyme was held by the Bride-to-be, while Ivy & Gold snapped every captivating moment between these two lovebirds. See it all here!

From Ivy and GoldTaking in the stunning wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, it’s hard not to be inspired. Doing so with a couple like Hannah & Zach, who are so genuinely and sweetly in love, it’s IMPOSSIBLE not to be inspired. The beauty was overwhelming.

We loved getting to explore the Oregon forest and riverside with these two. As natives to the Pacific Northwest, it was only fitting that it was (unexpectedly, but not surprisingly,) raining, throughout the entire shoot. Zach and Hannah didn’t seem to mind, though, and their honest love for each other shone through the drizzle. We used both film, and digital photography to capture the organic feel of this session.

From the Bride-to-Be…Zach and I met in January of 2011 through mutual friends. But it wasn’t until the following summer we saw each other again and really began our friendship. It didn’t take long for either of us to realize we had feelings for each other and over the next year and a half we became really close friends. On October 26th, 2013 we began our relationship as a couple. And 8 months later, on my birthday, Zach asked me to marry him. Of course, I said YES!

Zach & Hannah will be married in February, at Oakview Acres in Canby, Oregon.

Photography: Ivy & Gold | Floral Design: Ponderosa & Thyme | Venue: Willamette National Forest

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Four Elements Wedding Inspiration

If ever there was an inspiration shoot that’ll leave you breathless, this would be it. Set amongst the rugged scenery of Oregon, every inch of this Erich McVey Workshop scene captured by Ashley Bosnick Photography is romance in the purest form. Ashley Beyer crafted wild florals that float with the wind, while Ginny Au pulled every pretty touch together. Drift away in all the romance here.

From Ashley Bosnick PhotographyThis Wind Wedding Shoot was styled by Ginny Au for the Erich McVey Workshop. The inspiration for this shoot was the Four Elements – Wind, Earth, Fire and Water. The brides soft, flowy Rubicon gown combined with the FrouFrou Ribbon on her bouquet really helped make the wind feel come to life as both items blew with the wind at Smith Rock. The floral by Ashley Beyer helped completed the WIND inspiration of the shoot along with the light blue and white details, including the paper goods, Bride’s gown + shoes, and the Groom’s attire. Enjoy!

Photography: Ashley Bosnick Photography | Wedding Gown: Scarlet Gown By Rubicon | Jewelry: J Crew | Groom's Attire: J Crew | Creative Direction & Styling: Ginny Au | Creative Direction & Styling Assistant: Ashley Nicole Events | Film Lab: Photovision | Film Sponsor: Fuji Film | Floral: Ashley Beyer | Floral Assistant: Brenna Williams | Hair + Make Up: Amy Clarke | Hair + Makeup Assistant: Beth Level | Location: Smith Rock State Park | Model: Sydney Babcock | Model: Garrett Righele | Paper Goods: Mon Voir | Ribbon: FrouFrou Ribbon | Sponsor: Neve Albums | Sponsor: Red Leaf Boutique | Veil: Monvieve From Ivory & White Boutique | Workshop: Erich McVey Workshop

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Dunes Engagement Session with Jinda Photography

Nothing short of incredible, the couple behind Jinda Photography literally stepped in front of their lens to capture their own e-sesh. Stealing sweet moments in the sand, their love for each other is made all the more beautiful with a truly Oregonian backdrop. Sit back and prepared to be impressed because this gallery is sure to blow you away.

From the Couple… Jin and I met several years ago through what we felt was a real life serendipity that brought us together against a few odds one summer day. Neither of us were looking for a serious relationship (just some good grubbin at the annual foodie event) but it seems as though when you’re not looking, you find what you didn’t know you needed. Initially attracted physically as strangers from a distance, we quickly hit it off with a whirlwind romance connected through so much that we had in common from hobbies, desires, and interests just to name a few. As cheesy as it may sound, it was like our souls were two puzzle pieces just waiting to find one another through the crowd. We were pretty much inseparable from then on. Cooking together, going to the farmer’s market, dancing the night away, road trips, home stores, and just enjoying each other’s company. We became one another’s sense of home. A couple years later something else came into our lives. Photography. As we fell into one another we also grew closer on a journey that naturally manifested a passion into a career, Wedding photography. So, from getting to know one another deeply to consuming ourselves into photography, we fell more in love. One summer day during a trip to Eastern Washington wine country, in sweltering ninety degree heat in the most beautiful vineyard surrounded by grape vines, Jin got down on one knee and asked for my hand in marriage and time stood still. It was the perfect proposal for me, the perfect timing, and perfect scenery. And right there in the field on a beautiful summer day just like the day we met, through tears we made the promise to spend the rest of our lives together. As photography has played a huge role in our relationship, we naturally felt what better way than to make it a part of capturing such a special moment in our lives. Our very own engagement session. And as we tend to do things that aren’t always by the book, it only seemed like the natural thing to do. We went into it with full hearts, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best. Just going along for the journey, knowing whether it was a total failure or a success that all that matters is that we put our all into it and took the chance. We drove through seven hours of pouring rain and some sun breaks, keeping a glimpse of hope for sun. When we finally arrived at our incredible (understatement) destination, all we could see was sun. And though it was the most challenging session of our lives due to photographing it on our own and the nature of the environment, it was also one of the most rewarding. Over a course of two days, three outfit changes in the parking lot, eight hours, and two thousand photos later, we had made it to the other side. Through teamwork, keeping things lighthearted and being in the moment, we toasted that night to a success. Not to the success of the outcome we had yet to see, but the journey. And then I fell in love all over again.

Photography: Jinda Photography | Dress: Erin Fetherson | Dress: Amsale | Dress: Free People | Accessories: Kendra Scott | Props: Handmade/supplied By Couple

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