If you love rainy wedding days, bohemian style, and cozy forest vibes, this cabin elopement inspiration from Henry Tieu Photography is all you’re going to want to look at today! Rather than set up a traditional ceremony backdrop, they used the a-frame design of cabin to frame the couple’s vow exchange. When it came time for a celebratory dinner, Rain and Pines created a beautiful sweetheart table with black and white place settings and candle, one gorgeous floral centerpiece made by Bond in Bloom, and a modern grey drip cake from Corina Bakery. We love the earthy, natural feel of this entire elopement inspiration, and especially love that the bride wore a non-traditional floral print and tassel Rue De Seine gown that enhanced the moody magic this talented team created.
The Talented Team:
Photography – Henry Tieu Photography
Event Planning – Rain and Pines
Floral Design – Bond in Bloom
Cake – Corina Bakery
Stationery – Pink by Peach
Makeup Artist and Hair Styling – Jessica Blankenship
Wedding Dress – Rue De Seine via The Dress Theory Seattle
Rentals – Fanciful Rentals
Our biggest thanks to Henry Tieu Photography for sharing this impeccably styled PNW cabin elopement inspiration with Junebug! If you’re anything like us, you simply can’t get enough PNW magic. So let’s keep the good vibes going with this charming PNW wedding at Anderson Lodge!
Thank you so so so much for the feature. I am honored to have my work shared with you guys. Best, Henry
I saw this pictures on Pinterest, i just want to know the location of this amaizing place?
Hi! This is STUNNING! I love everything about it! Would you mind telling me where the dress is from?
I’m pretty sure it’s this Airbnb in Washington