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Spring Watercolor Editorial Shoot

Have you ever wandered through an art museum and looked at all the beautiful watercolor masterpieces by famous artists like Monet, Renoir, and many more. We love looking at the colors blend and fade; like they do in the garden. We took to it to pull some inspiration from some of our favorite paintings and bring them to reality for a Spring-inspired watercolor Bridal Editorial.

We went to the Portland Wholesale Flower Market with a brain loaded with watercolor inspiration. It was absolutely Spring inside the market and we gathered a beautiful flower pull: Japanese dyed Sweet Peas, Fritillaria, Frilly Tulips, Anemones, Scabiosa, Tweedia, Butterfly Ranunculus, Queen Anne's Lace, Spray Roses, Grenestra and Olive greens. This beautiful garden bouquet is what we brought to life.

We decided to add a fun element and get a little creative with an install. We hunted for some perfect spray paint in the Blues and Blushes, and then went to town on a handful of Baby's Breath bunches. Our vision was a watercolor inspired cloud on the wall....

An absolutely simple and stunning design element to a Ceremony setup. Plus did you scope out the watercolor inspired dress she has on?

Now let's take a look at this beautifully curated table scape setup by Anela Events.. the dreamiest setup for you and your guests.

And we cannot forget about all the food. We want to make sure you drool a little bit because these chefs from Sage Bleu Catering & The Culinary Concierge can get those mouths salivating and that cake by Lux Sucre is as stunning as ever.

A few more details....

We would love to wrap up by giving credit to all the amazingly talented Vendors who brought this to life:

Photographer: Katie Hernandez

Event Stylist: Anela Events

Dress: Ivy & Aster

Sourced From: The English Dept.

Necklace & Flat Lay Jewelry: Tree Myriah

Floral Earrings: All About Romance

Rentals: Event Crush

Invitation Suite & Paper Goods: Anne Callahan Designs

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I love this! Such beautiful colors On everything

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