This gallery could really just be a checklist of things I love. A beach in the Pacific Northwest, check. Vintage inspired boho style, check. An intimate elopement day, check. Amazing florals, check. Basically, this Oregon Coast Boho Elopement was my dream come true, and I wasn’t even the one getting married. It couldn’t have been more perfect and I’ve been dying to share these photos ever since!
Although the beach in Pacific City wasn’t particularly crowded, Sarah from Copper and Currant made this day even more intimate with a cozy ceremony space. A romantically styled love-cave is definitely a first for places I’ve photographed couples exchanging their vows. I love when couples really incorporate the landscape into their day!
This whimsical makeup (done by Kayla Nicole Beauty ) really completes this bridal look! The star confetti wrapping around the bride’s temple is the perfect sparkly finish.
Not only was this bouquet on point, but the macrame floral wrap was an amazing vintage-1970’s inspired touch. Macrame is a really simple feature to incorporate into wedding styling for a modern boho look – and it’s really fun to DIY!
Cape Kiwanda was the perfect choice for this Oregon Coast boho elopement! It has amazing Pacific Northwest landscapes. Also, Pacific City has all the tiny beach town charm you could ask for.
The train on this gown from A and Be Bridal Shop was so light and airy, which made it perfect for the beach! If you’re considering a nature elopement, search for lightweight travel dresses. Also, contact me! Weddings out in nature are kind of my jam.