If you’re a PNW bride looking for desert vibes and a breathtaking backdrop for your elopement, the Painted Hills are the perfect location for you! Listed as one of the seven wonders of Oregon, years of history are revealed in the layers of earth, one color at a time. It’s no wonder Viktoriya Bogdanova Photography chose this spot for her styled elopement.
The details selected for this shoot were unique and breathtaking. The sapphire ring added a pop of color to nearly every photo and was displayed beautifully in a green velvet ring box. Twin Vines Floral designed the most incredible bouquet, with king proteas, florals in all shades of pink and lots of greenery. Bride Liliya takes her stunning gown (a STEAL found at TJ Maxx) off the hanger and spins around in front of a full length mirror. We love the soft blush underlay, shimmery lace and scalloped neckline.
Waiting in the middle of an open field, alongside her groom, was an epic wooden arch, designed by Igor Balchos. Twin Vines Floral created two wonderful arrangements with pampas grass to decorate the alter and Elizabeth Mae created the perfect macrame accent that we wish we could have hanging in our home it’s so wonderful!
To celebrate I Do these two popped a bottle of champagne and shared a toast to forever! We hope everyone loves this boho wedding inspo as much as much as we did. Happy Engaged Life!!
Photographer. Viktoriya Bogdanova Photography
Flowers. Twin Vines Floral
Dress. TJ Maxx
Veil. First Look Veils
Arch. Igor Balchos
Macrame. Elizabeth Mae