As seen in Magnolia Rouge
Our Fire & Wind bridal shoot was shot in Oregon at the Mosier Twin Tunnels right along the Columbia River Gorge. It was a perfect fall day with some of the most vibrant colored trees overlooking a calm, pristine river. It’s hard to believe that just a few short months earlier this area was hit with one of the biggest forest fires in Oregon’s history. The tragedy of the recent fires led many Oregonians to believe our precious Columbia River Gorge would never be the same. Although that may be true, nature has a way of showing it’s beauty even through some of the darkest times. Our Fire & Wind bridal shoot perfectly highlights the beauty of the Oregon and represents our quintessential Pacific Northwest bride.
Kathryn of Heirbloom Floral had a vision to highlight fall in its truest form. Using mostly all foraged greens, she created a unique floral installation designed under the Mosier Twin Tunnel. Her inspiration stemmed from a recent drive through the Columbia River Gorge where she spotted many beautiful abandoned tunnels. They looked so unique and romantic. The color palette of yellow, orange, cream and burgundy was brought to life using maple leaves, smoke bush, pampas grass, cafe au lait dahlias, ranunculus and a variety of garden roses. The bridal bouquet complimented the pumpkin colored gown designed by Elizabeth Dye along with stunning accessories from Elizabeth Bower. Kirstie Wight Makeup Artist went with a soft and romantic look to perfectly highlight our bride’s natural beauty. Carlos Hernandez Photography worked closely with Heirbloom Floral to bring this shoot to fruition. Carlos is a true storyteller through his stunning photos and every image effortlessly represents our Fire & Wind bridal shoot.