Foraged

Natural Wedding Inspiration Near Portland, Oregon

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So much anticipation. She’s dreamt of this day since she was a child—what would it look like? How would it feel? And it has finally arrived. There’s a schedule to keep. Vendors arriving and setting up. Family and friends whirling around to turn her dream into reality. And amidst the hustle and bustle, she stops to savor the moment. She steals away, a few brief moments to herself. She gathers flowers and writes a love note to her groom. These still, quiet moments slow the day down just enough for her to remember all that led her here.

“Foraged” symbolizes this idea of slowing down on a wedding day and remembering to reflect on its significance.

As featured on Ruffled & Belle Lumière

Photography & Styling: Sweetlife Photography

Florals: Swoon Floral Design

Makeup & Hair: Austie Eckley

Dress: Truvelle

Rentals: Something Borrowed

Calligraphy: Kelsey Malie Calligraphy

Jewelry: JES Design Studio

Model: Tábata Drotenko

Film Processing: The FIND Lab

In Collaboration & Co-Designed With: Jamie Rae Photo

Contax 645 on Fuji Pro 400H & Ilford Delta 3200 Film

  1. Kasia

    December 2nd, 2016 at 7:38 pm

    I love the crispness of every picture. You can see every details of it. Beautifully done!

  2. Sweetlife

    December 21st, 2016 at 5:39 pm

    Well thank you! Sweet of you to say 😉

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