Newlyweds, Rachel & Paolo, were married on August 14, 2016 at Timberline Lodge. There were many special details for this sweet couple's intimate day I would love to share.
The arch, which was made by the groom, was embellished with eucalyptus garland, white dahlias & roses.
There wasn't much that needed to be added to the aisle because of the gorgeous backdrop except for hanging mason jars with lavender and wheat.
I created Paolo's boutonnière using wheat which is a "symbol of renewal".
The bride chose a loose and whimsical look for her bouquet using lavender, succulents, Lavender Ocean’s Song roses, Ivory Mondial roses, lisiathus, waxflower, wheat, and local dahlias.
Their table decor helped set the tone of the event perfectly. Their tabletop was an eclectic mix of vases on rustic wood discs using succulents and lavender (grown in my yard!) with mixed candles and levels.
Check out a few more of my favorite photos from their wedding below. Thank you Eryn Kesler Photography for capturing their day so beautifully.