We love when we get to be a part of such intimate wedding ceremonies. This one, captured by the talented Victoria Carlson Photography, is one of our very favorites.
Carlee and Garrett wanted a low-key, intimate, but still beautiful and significant elopement that would capture who they were as a couple. They chose a beautiful field in Central Oregon with the backdrops of the stunning Sisters mountains, lovely golden grass and green trees. There are not many places (in my opinion) that are more beautiful than Central Oregon in the fall. The colors of this shoot are amazing! Between the backdrop and that Pendleton blanket we were in heaven with this natural color scheme.
We loved designing for this wedding for lots of reasons, but our favorite was that Carlee wanted to use a lot of the local foliage in her bouquet. We used wild sage and juniper that grows along the roads in central Oregon and lots of eucalyptus. We focused on the foliage, incorporating only a few blooms for accent. Check it out below!
Thank you so much Garrett and Carlee for having us be a part of your day!