This shoot with Petalos and Erich McVey was definitely one of my favorites (wait, don't I say that about every shoot? Maybe it's true– I work with some amazing people around here!) Stephanie from Petalos had a vision: soft pastels, watercolor details, natural surroundings, and two gorgeous brides. I loved helping bring it all to life. Here's the link to our feature on Style Me Pretty, and the lovely list of professionals involved is below.
Photography: Erich McVey Photography / Cinematography: Black Label Films / Photo Shoot Location:Bridal Veil Lakes in Hubbard, Oregon / Floral Design, Event Design + Custom Floral Necklace: PETALOS / Styling: Amy Allen / Desserts: Serious Business Pastries / Invitations + Paper Goods: Paper Bloom / Chairs, Linens + Other Rentals: The Party Place / Vintage Accessories: Something Borrowed / Velvet Couch + Green Desk: A & B Creative / Wedding Dresses: Lazaro “3004″ + Tara Keely “2210″ via AniA Collection / Headpiece + Bridal Cap: Emily Riggs Bridal / Black Silk Harem Pants: Anthropologie / Bandeau: Free People / Green Silk Tie:Harding & Wilson / Hair + Makeup: Terrie Reece
Oh, where do I begin with these two? From our first meeting I just knew this wedding would be killer. They said all the right things to make me swoon: Hotel de Luxe, art deco, black + white + red color palette, custom logo, and my all-time favorite– clear acrylic! I had such a good time working with them and their awesome wedding coordinator, Mandi from Champagne. Here are a few shots of their invitation (by Paul Rich) and other goodies by their photographer Craig Mitchelldyer. See more from Craig here, and Champagne's blog post with even more photos.
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