wedding & portrait photographer

Inspired by the not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring mood, we set out to create a shoot that embodies the sudden burst of sunshine that awakens us from a wintry haze. We imagined a morning wedding for our sweet bride, complete with delicate colors and a bright, airy venue. We kept the color palette soft and feminine with light […]

Inspired by the not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring mood, we set out to create a shoot that embodies the sudden burst of sunshine that awakens us from a wintry haze. We imagined a morning wedding for our sweet bride, complete with delicate colors and a bright, airy venue.

We kept the color palette soft and feminine with light pinks, creamy ivories, and tiny hints of rose gold in the bride’s accessories. A beautifully embroidered tablecloth was the perfect backdrop for our clean and elegant tableware, while the cement vessels complimented the delicate and textural florals on the tablescape. We used generous amounts of blossoming rose, ranunculus, orchid, hyacinth, and pieris for the arrangements and opted for a simple hyacinth bouquet tied together with a gentle blush silk ribbon for the bride. Small bundles of pieris along with paper whites and spray roses made for perfect boutonnieres. Alexandra Grecco loaned us a few stunning gowns from her newest collection and they blended in seamlessly with our vision. We loved the graceful movement in the tulle and the elegant, yet feminine silhouettes. There is a real effortlessness in the dresses that we really couldn’t get enough of.
-Kae & Ales

Featured on: Once Wed

Photography: Maria Lamb | Styling & Floral Design: Kae And Ales | Table Linen: La Tavola | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Veils: Emily Riggs Bridal | Wedding Dresses: Alexandra Grecco | Model: Taylor Allen | Makeup & Hair: Ebel Artistry | Paper Goods: Paper & Type | Venue: Old Hangar – Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, WA | Cake: Sainte G Cake Company

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