Full of gorgeous muted reds of bordeaux, orange and yellow, this stylish film mixes all the splendor of the fall season with a minimalist design aesthetic. Photographer Katie Ann Photography shares,
If you are a bride who wants to make a big impact on her wedding day through a sleek and minimal design, you are sure to find a lot of inspiration below. Keep scrolling!
For the bridal makeup, Shantel Ten from shantilly Artistry went with a bold Golden Eye and I love how it turned out! We also decided to tie the gold accents together with gold hairpieces. The modern dress, I absolutely love it and I think you really can’t go wrong with a simple, classic but modern dress.
I chose Gordon House for its interesting design as a meeting place. I felt that it really completed our look for this film, but also provided a little contrast to the modern style as it is a historical area. It is the only house in Oregon designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and moved 21 miles from its original location to the Oregon Gardens to be preserved. You can also get married here, which is always an advantage to organize a stylish photo film. I love putting them in realistic places for those who seek the inspiration of the place.
Anne Callahan designed us a beautiful invitation suite with an illustration of the place, because we could not let this aspect of the suite pass when you have such an interesting and attractive structure to work with. Our flowers, made by twigs and vines, absolutely took my breath away; the palms contained a bit of tropical boho inspiration, while the white orchids really brought it home and added the perfect amount of modern touch.
Ashley from Cake Bar PDX designed a very beautiful cake that was simple but told a lot about her time in cooking school. We were lucky enough to taste the cake at the end of the film! It was vegan and actually flavored honey and so moist / delicious! Jemima our model has done a good job and I can not imagine anyone else in his place.