Whether you're putting final touches on your early winter wedding or planning for a late spring affair in a location where the landscape doesn't burst forth in bright blooms and fresh hues until later in the year, (and let's be honest, plenty of spots in Canada and the Northern United States are just like that) here's a shoot filled with a host of inspiration to incorporate into your wedding day. From the earthen pastels that evoke undisputed drama, to the foraged elements in this larger-than-life bouquet, to the layers of barely-blue tulle and delicate skin-grazing lace, every aspect of this workshop shoot on the Oregon coast allows nature's palette and textures to lead the way. The pale winter tones are complimented by rustic hues that can be found in nature even in the depths of winter; the cool cast of the sky and rich contrast from the rocky cliffs in combination with the bride's styling and bouquet's presence, prove that a winter or early spring look need not reference either the shimmer of the holidays or the starkness of the not-quite-spring season. If you like the look of this workshop shoot by Lushana Bale Photography, scroll to the bottom and check out the vendors for more of their stunning work.
Credits // Photography - Lushana Bale Photography / Workshop Hosts - Donny Zavala Photography + Tyler Rye Photography / Creative Direction + Floral Design - Janna Brown Design / Hair + Makeup - Hikari Murakami Makeup and Hair / Gowns - Claire La Faye / Rings - Trumpet & Horn / Calligraphy + Paper Goods - Graceline / Ribbons - Silk & Willow / Model - Muse Models / Film Lab - PhotoVision //