Deepwood Estate might be one of the dreamiest places for a wedding in Oregon. No matter what your taste is, I think a historic venue like Deepwood Estate can please everyone.
Our unique bridal editorial took place in the heart of rainy season here in the PNW, so the greens and gardens surrounding the estate were extra lush. The dark skies added an extra moodiness that really made this editorial something special.
For this bouquet, I used a mixed of dried flowers and fresh flowers in deep, rich colors. Lots of fall foliage too! Mums, garden roses, dried protea, and kangaroo paw were some of my favorites in this one. I was inspired by the rust color gown, from Elizabeth Dye, and wanted the flowers to compliment it, as well as the season and location.
If you want to see more, this editorial was featured on Once Wed. Feel free to take a look at it there and read more about Jessica Rose's inspiration behind the "Shadows" theme.
Photography: Jessica Rose Photography // Flowers: Foraged Floral // Gown: Elizabeth Dye // Hair and Makeup: Beth Level // Model: Muse Management // Engagement Ring: By Angeline // Venue: Deepwood Estates