I’m just going to come out and admit it, I have the biggest girl crush of all time on this beauty below, and her fellow isn’t so bad either. While we are being honest here, I am basically crushing on every single thing sitting in this gallery. Beautifully captured by Christa-Taylor – with florals from Bramble Floral And Design and coordination by Champagne Wedding & Event Coordination – it’s basically impossible not to be head over heels in love with this shoot. See why here.
From Christa-Taylor…Mid-Century Modern meets Industrial in this romantic vineyard wedding shoot crafted by local Portland vendors. Portland brides are all about repurposing the odd and old into something new and glamorous, so we capitalized on that concept as we brainstormed for this shoot. With Fall right around the corner, including the warm copper tones was a must, while keeping it fresh with bold modern stripes and mod furniture. We carried that theme throughout the shoot, from the paper-goods to the bouquet wrapped in black leather.
The Table “letters” were salvaged from an old reader board and the Edison bulb favors are a unique touch from Schoolhouse Electric, nodding to that industrial trend. Our cake table was a factory wheel cart, back-set by the modern walls of Ponzi’s newest location.
The light was magical as the couple headed outside, wrapping around the brides Serephine veil and Cassandra Couture gown in the grape rows.
Overall, we really feel this shoot encapsulated a new progression away from the “rustic charm” of the typical vineyard wedding, instilling new life and fresh inspiration to brides who love the romance of the vineyard without the burlap.
Photography: Christa-Taylor | Coordination: Champagne Wedding & Event Coordination | Wedding Dress: Cassandra Couture | Makeup Artist: Akia Beauty | Favors: Schoolhouse Electric | Floral: Bramble Floral Design | Furniture Rentals: The Grand Marketplace | Invitation: Homespun Branding Studio | Models: Ryan Artists | Rentals: The Party Place | Veil & Headpiece: Serephine | Vineyard: Ponzi Vinyard