Blush vintage wedding inspiration
Alright guys, it’s hump day before the final holidays of the year. Sometimes you just need a break to look at pretty things, ya know? Exactly why we scheduled this most lovely blush wedding inspiration by Kathryn of Heirbloom Floral + Jamie Rae Photo for today. Not only will it inspire, but you miiiight just be ready to dive back into the day’s events afterward. Or simply pin everything you see. Whichever!
Kathryn explains, Our Parisian wedding shoot was originally inspired by my love for lace. I have a growing obsession for it and love when brides choose to incorporate lace in subtle, romantic ways for their wedding. I envisioned a venue with a clean and elegant space, The Old Schoolhouse was exactly that. This newly restored venue has so much gorgeous detailing from the crown moldings accented with gold hardware to the original dark wood floors. I instantly saw a vision of a sophisticated Parisian wedding. The Paloma gown designed by Elizabeth Dye encompassed everything that our bride represents; romance, classic elegance and a touch of glamour.
Dreamy romance brought to you by a blush Austie Eckley veil.
To compliment the gown I chose a color palette of pink peonies, peach and cream roses, lavender lisianthus and different shades of green using eucalyptus and maiden hair fern. I designed my flowers with tall brass candelabras, vintage teapots and a ceremony arbor, which were all provided by High Gate Vintage.
Thanks to the folks below for upping the romance today!
Photographer: Jamie Rae Photo / Venue: The Old Schoolhouse / Florals & Styling: Heirbloom Floral / Hair & Makeup: Kirstie Wight / Invitations & Menu: Kelsey Malie Calligraphy / Cake: RosyBakesCakes / Catering: White Pepper PDX / Rentals: High Gate Vintage / Gown: Elizabeth Dye / Veil: Austie Eckley / Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss from Haberdashery PDX / Bowtie: Everett K