60s Mod wedding inspiration
There’s always great inspiration to pull from the 60s mod era, isn’t there? They weren’t afraid of color, they wore flowers in their hair, and the fashion always played nice with patterns and textures. You’ll see bits of that in this shoot by Bella Bloom and Emily G Photography. They were inspired by the recent renovation of The Chehalem Cultural Center, instantly thinking it would make for an amazing wedding venue for couples (in Oregon) wanting to celebrate their wedding in an art gallery.
Thanks to the creative folks below for sharing such colorful inspiration!
Photography: emily g photography / Floral design, table design & ceremony elements: Bella Bloom / Venue: Chehalem Cultural Center / Paper Products & Invitations: Paper Bloom Studio / Featured Artist (pinwheels): Michael Neilstrom / All Table dishware, vases & decor items: Crate & Barrel / Model Styling: Stephanie Major / Bridal Dress: Kate Towers / Mens Wear: Velour Fashion Recycled / Custom made bow-ties: Amy with Velour Fashion Recycled / Bride’s Maid’s Dress: Only Hearts NYC / Rentals: West Coast Event Productions / Hair & Makeup: Courtney with Human Beauty