Natural and indigo coastal wedding inspiration
Fun fact about this scene Lyndsay of Minted Photography captured at Bodega Ridge in British Columbia: Kate of Magnolia Rouge + the team planned for a more moody style to pair with the typical PNW clouds and fog, but the entire week ended up being sunny and warm. Enter an unexpected color palette: dark indigo (as you’ll see below) and natural blues. You can’t go wrong with something blue!
Annie of The Wells Makery created this moody, romantic invitation suite, which was a huge source of inspo.
Isn’t this bridal bouquet one for the books? Katie of Ponderosa and Thyme dreamt it up.
Lyndsay of Minted Photography says, A lot of the inspiration for the shoot came directly from our surroundings on the island. We wanted to embrace and reflect the natural beauty all around us and did so by using foliage in the bouquet that was foraged right from the island itself. The indigo tones in the paper reflected the color of the ocean as well as the overall feeling of mystery.
They also combined natural + indigo tones with ceramics and rust to channel the coastal feel.
Photographer: Lyndsay of Minted Photography / Location: Bodega Ridge, Galiano Island, BC Canada / Creative Direction: Kate of Magnolia Rouge / Styling & Stationery: Annie of The Wells Makery / Florals: Katie of Ponderosa and Thyme / Hair & Makeup: Jess Wilcox / Silverware: Something Borrowed / Silk Runner & Ribbons: Seidenband / Gown: Leanne Marshall / Jewelry: Rye Grass Studio / Model: Heather Hockley