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WEDDING BLOG

This Oregon Forest Wedding Shoot Will Inspire You to Give Your Boho Style a Twist of Modern Luxury

This Oregon forest wedding inspiration was all about the togetherness and warmth of a family coming together to celebrate the best day of a couple’s life. Kindred Spirits Planning & Design created a home-away-from-home setup with a modern-boho lounge area, a large table filled to the brim with charcuterie and wine, and a retro caravan bar provided by Blue Stag Mobile Bar. The artists of Poppies & Paisley Floral then added lush greenery to the reception table, created a texturally stunning, elongated bridal bouquet full of luxurious blooms, and set up a wildly romantic circular ceremony arch deep in the woods. The thread that held this entire shoot together was the natural feel of every detail, from the color palette to the bride’s Jane Hill gown and natural cut stone accessories from The Vital Element. The talented Baylee Dennis Photography truly captured the natural vibe of this modern, bohemian Oregon forest wedding inspiration.

The Talented Team:

Photography – Baylee Dennis Photography
Event Planning – Kindred Spirits Planning & Design
Floral Design – Poppies & Paisley Floral
Wholesale Flowers – Fifty Flowers
Cake – Sewell Sweets
Videography – Trevor Holland Films
Stationery – Letters & Dust
Makeup Artist and Hair Styling – Make Me Blush
Wedding Dress – Jane Hill via a&bé Bridal Shop – Portland
Bridal Accessories – The Vital Element
Rentals – Vintage Meets Modern
Bar – Blue Stag Mobile Bar

 

Our biggest thanks to Kindred Spirits Planning & Design for sharing this lovely Oregon forest wedding inspiration shoot with Junebug! Looking for more forest wedding inspiration? Look no further than this lush Queensland forest wedding at Buderim Wirreanda Park!

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