We just love today’s gorgeous editorial, sent over by photographer, Beth Olson Creative, which showcases some uncommon + inspiring ways to bring the feel of the outdoors to an indoor wedding. By selecting a location with a minimalist, industrial feel and tons of natural light, and infusing the scene with masculine details and nature-inspired elements, Beth and the team created an environment that’s the perfect inspiration for a winter wedding celebration.
Beth says, I encouraged the vendors to stretch their imaginations and lean towards creating things that were beautifully inspired by the Pacific Northwest’s natural offerings with a more masculine aesthetic; drawing inspiration from elements such as whiskey, leather, copper, slate, wood, tobacco, bone, and iron.
Chalkboard artist, Brittany Hampton, create a surrealistic forest + mantle backdrop that was beyond perfect for serving as a cozy space to share intimate vows.
And the catering + cocktails by Simpatica Catering fit right in with the festive feel + paid homage to the foodie spirit of Portland, where the shoot took place.
Bramble Floral Design used uncommon greenery throughout the tablescape, which paired beautifully with select vintage pieces from Vintage Mingle Rentals and Petite Events.
Beth closes with, Bad Wolf Clothier provided the suits, and while they don’t match each other, they do perfectly match the personality of the grooms wearing them!
Thanks so much to the talented team below for sharing their lovely work with us today!
photography: Beth Olson Creative // venue name: Jupiter Hotel // florals: Bramble Floral Design // catering: Simpatica Catering // cake: Lux Sucre Desserts // vintage rentals: Vintage Mingle Rentals and Petite Events // chalkboard artist: Brittany Hampton // invitations: Nimbi Designs // suits: Bad Wolf Clothier // matching leather chairs: Something Borrowed Rentals // drinks: Simpatica Catering
Love it all!!! We are searching for a linen in this exact color and are having a hard time finding it. Do you know what company this linen was from?