Lush berry tones, rich, winey reds, and regal plums—Madison Hartley of Hart Floral Design enlivened her luxurious color palette with fritillaria, ranunculus, hellebore, anemones, sweet peas, andromeda, jasmine vine, and carnations. “I love creating designs that showcase unique flowers and movement with soft transitions of colors,” Hartley says.
Watters’ A-line Kaliah gown with illusion yoke neckline, beading and Swarovski crystals, and full net skirt (price upon request), Ania Bridal. Mandrel Studio white gold and diamond pear-shaped engagement ring ($5,280), Kothari Elements pear-shaped garnet earrings ($660), and Victorian lotus bangle bracelet ($2,720), all from Twist. Bel Aire wire clip of leaves with rhinestones (price upon request), Ania Bridal.
Clockwise from top left: White chocolate raspberry and strawberry cheesecakes, Rawdacious. Isabel Borland pink sapphire egg pendant necklace, $550, Twist. Alima Pure luminous shimmer blush in Garnet, $24, Echo Natural Beauty. Isabel Borland rose cut ruby ring, $2,584, and Dina Allsopp pink tourmaline ring, $1,794, and Marie Helene de Taillac amethyst and gold earrings, $4,730, all Twist. Palate Polish in Salmon Nigiri and Strawberry Milk, $10 each, Tender Loving Empire.
Inspired by a cool, soft color palette made up of old-fashioned garden blooms, Jordan Gladow of Blüm Design in Flowers reached for sweet peas, ranunculus, anemones, Muscari, Erengium, eucalyptus, hyacinth, and dusty miller in her voluptuous arrangement. “I like the contrast of a color scheme that may feel like one season, with floral varieties from another,” Gladow says. “To me, that feels really interesting and fresh.”
Essence of Australia’s lace-over-crepe gown in a sheath silhouette with dramatic open back, scalloped lace hem, and hidden zipper ($1,727), Sincerely the Bride. Mizuki large white pearl open marquise hoop earrings ($570), Lena Skadegard moonstone silverite necklace ($1,122), both from Twist.
Clockwise from top right: Anaconda gray beryl and chalcedony necklace, $2,400, Twist. Elyria Camille ceramic dish, $15, Tender Loving Empire. Alima Pure luminous shimmer eyeshadow in Smoke, $14, Echo Natural Beauty. Save the date from Oblation Papers & Press. Anaconda moonstone ring, $2,340, Twist. Palate Polish in Oyster, $10, Altar. Nicole Landaw pendant necklace, $3,700, Twist. Ceramic jewelry display under chain necklace, Barrow PDX. Gabrielle Sanchez Tahitian pearl earrings, $2,600, Twist.
When it comes to romance, no family of hues says it better than pink. Incorporating those blush tones with rose gold, almond, and a soft peach, Anna Jorgensen of Anna Mara Flowers interwove tulip magnolia branches, sweet peas, ranunculus, garden roses, astilbe, stock, carnations, and spray roses in her dreamy arrangement. “These tones have a way of conveying bright and soft at the same time,” Jorgensen says. “Sweet and ruffly sweet peas give the bouquet movement, while the garden roses just fully embrace romance, and astilbe gives off a starry magical look that lightens the density of the fuller, bigger blooms.”
Pronovias’s A-line, low-waist Oseleta gown with lace and guipure ($1,850), Sincerely the Bride. Mandrel Studio white gold and diamond pear-shaped engagement ring ($5,280), Julie Cohn coin pearl twig earrings ($195), and Mizuki freshwater pearl and diamond cuff bracelet ($1,800), all Twist.
“I love how blush, apricot, and almond tones have a way of totally warming your heart.”
Clockwise from top left: Mizuki freshwater pearl and diamond cuff bracelet, $1,800, Twist. Ceramic jewelry display under bracelet from Barrow PDX. Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, $750, Marios. Elycia Camille “I Do” dish, $15, Tender Loving Empire. Mizuki freshwater pearl cuff necklace, $3,485, and Arik Kastan Sunrise ring, $1,100, Twist. Gold detail ring dish, Barrow PDX. Tiro Tiro Jewelry hairpin, $84, Noun. Alima Pure luminous shimmer eye shadow in Leone, $14, and Alima Pure pressed eyeshadow in Gamine and Luxe, $26, both Echo Natural Beauty. Almond butter and chocolate cheesecake, Rawdacious.
Add some subtle drama to your big day with textured florals in varying shades of white, cream, and ivory. For her bouquet, Jeri Barr of Bella Bloom Florals gathered garden and spray roses, Japanese ranunculus, lilacs, stock, gunni and seeded eucalyptus, dusty miller, lisianthus, hydrangea, hyacinth, and tulips in a soft palette with a big impact. “I wanted to create a luxury bouquet with both texture and movement,” she says. “When creating a white bouquet, we love to use multiple shades of white, plenty of texture, and several different bloom types to add depth.”
Pro tip: “Using a large mass flower like white hydrangea can be a great way to use less blooms and still get a sizable bouquet,” Barr notes. “This allows us to weave other blooms into the hydrangea base, giving each specialty flower (like the Japanese ranunculus) plenty of space to be showcased.”
Calla Blanche’s lace and tulle Lydia gown with plunging neckline, open back, and embroidered embellishments (price upon request), Ania Bridal.
Clockwise from top left: Julie Cohn Sea Salt Baroque pearl and bronze necklace, $594, and Anaconda Asolo Gancio moonstone beaded necklace, $1,130, both Twist. Brunello Cucinelli shoes, $1,495, Marios. Mimi Ceramics macaroni vase, $75, mimiceramics.com. Mandrel Studio white gold and diamond pear-shaped engagement ring, $5,280, Twist. Passionfruit cheesecake by Rawdacious. Elyria Camille “We Do” dish, $15, Tender Loving Empire.
Have It Here
Nobody does a vineyard wedding quite like Maysara Winery in McMinnville. Nestled within 532 acres of ambling grapevines (the biodynamic Momtazi vineyard is a favorite of local pinot noir producers), the property features several ceremony and reception options—imagine an alfresco feast along the grape-scented grounds, or dancing the night away under the vaulted ceiling of the cool, stone-and-wood winery. It accommodates parties large or small (up to 299 people!) with a rustic, wine-filled sophistication that oozes Pacific Northwest charm.
Hair & Makeup: Beth Level
Model: Hazel Jane / Q6