Earlier in this year Alexandra and I decided to collaborate on a fun and simple shoot with some leftover flowers I had. It was a really wonderful Sunday! We had so much fun playing with flowers and just letting our creativity flow, something I don't always get to do! :)
This blog post has been a long time coming. I think this session actually took place around this time last year?! Crazy how fast time flies. My friend Lexia Frank is such a talented film photographer and is putting together a book for other photographers, or just anyone who wants to learn more about film photography. She needed a few subjects to photograph for a few of her lessons, which is where I came in. :) I love all of the different levels of lighting she used in these photos. So interesting and unique! Thanks for including me Lexia, I love your work!
Earlier this year I collaborated on a wedding inspiration shoot with some of the best vendors in Portland, OR! Spring is one of the best times of the year for beautiful flowers, so I went all out with shades of white, blush, purple and green flowers. Lots of amazing ranunculus, hellebores, spirea and tweedia too!
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Photography: White Ivory Photography // Flowers: Foraged Floral // Planning and Design: Whitney Werts Events and CK Weddings & Events // Gown: Brides for a Cause // Venue: Elkspace inside The Sentinel Hotel // Hair and Makeup: Portland Makeup and Hair // Invitation Suite: KT Michelle Designs // Cake: Dream Cakes // Rentals and Furnishings: Vintage Meets Modern & West Coast Event Productions // Linens: La Tavola
The Oregon coast is a beautiful place for a wedding or elopement. It is so serene and the atmosphere is breathtaking. Will and Zoe were such a cute couple to work with! These stunning images were also featured on Wedding Sparrow. :)
This turned out to be one of my favorite wedding bouquets. I love the mix of colors and textures. It was a fun, muddy color palette to work with with the white dahlias, mauve and purple roses and burgundy scabiosa.
Photography: Jake Anderson Photo // Flowers: Foraged Floral // Hair and Makeup: Leah Anderson // Dress Theia Couture via Alice in Ivory Bridal // Ring: Alyssa Anna Jewelry // Veil: Annie Ekstrom Bridal // Paper Goods: Rachel Jacobson
July has turned out to be such a busy month for me! I'm a bit behind on my blogging schedule, but am doing my best to catch up. I really love posting here a couple times a month, so I hope I can continue to do so!
Most of these photos have been in hiding for quite some time now! They are truly some of my favorites as it was one of the first editorial shoots I did when I first started with floral design. I was lucky enough to work with an incredible team and also have this shoot featured on Magnolia Rouge's blog, as well as an enormous feature (11 pages!) in Magnolia Rouge Magazine! We all were so excited and felt so lucky to have been a part of MR magazine. Thank you so much to Kate of Magnolia Rouge!
Personally, yellow is one of my favorite colors. I don't see it used a lot in weddings, but I truly believe it can be done so well. There are a surprising amount of yellow flowers too! It popped so well in the snowy wonderland of Wisconsin, in January. We wanted to keep everything simple, for winter, with that soft, ethereal and organic touch. This was such a good day!
Photography: Jake Anderson Photo // Flowers: Foraged Floral // Dress: Carol Hannah Bridal // Veil: Gossamer Vintage // Paper Goods & Calligraphy: Graceline Art // Gold Ribbon: Silk and Willow // Make up: Simple Perfect Makeup // Hair: Leah Anderson // Accessories: Hushed Commotion // Model: Heidi Jo Eigenberger // Chair: Rent Vintage Chicago