Real Wedding (Bridesmaid Edition) – Janey & KJ

Silhouette: A-Line/Princess

Wedding Date: July 16, 2018

Location: Portland Oregon

Wedding Theme: Forest Nature

Photographer: Jordan Edens Photography

Dress ID: #126426

Color: Burgundy

Nature mixed with beautiful decoration, loving couple, and their guests – you get a beautiful day spend outside. Janey and KJ celebrated outdoors because they adore it. The day started off in bridal cabins, where the bride and her bridesmaids were preparing for the ceremony.

The bride chose the dress with long and glamorous royal train. It was voluminous, with a few layers of tulle and lace. Corset neckline with spaghetti straps looked sophisticated and very elegant on the bride. Janey’s hairstyle was very chic and casual. Beach waves and a braid looked perfect on her short red hair.


Bridesmaids had lovely burgundy dresses from JJ’s House, that match the venue and decoration. Some of them had bell sleeves, while the others were sleeveless. Groomsmen had matching burgundy ties, white button-downs, and classic suits. The couple enjoyed the first seeing and photo shooting in the forest. Later on, the bride and groom parties joined them. The bridal bouquet was made of wildflowers in white, burgundy, and with many other greeneries. It had velvet detail, which could take a breath away. Groom, as well as groomsman, had matching wildflower in their front pockets. Bridesmaids had bouquets with many colorful wildflowers.


While the guests were arriving, the aisle was set up in the forest. Improvised cabin with blush canopy, floral decoration, and wooden details. Bride’s father brought the bride to the altar, and that is when the ceremony with a lot of emotions have started.


The theme of the wedding was rustical, inspired by wildflowers decoration, wooden barrels, and a lot of lanterns. Flowers were placed in metal milk bins, while sweet table cakes were on retro crystal plates. You could treat your palate with pops balls, strawberries, cookies or muffins – everything you wish. All around the settled venue in the forest were barrels, while the roof was made of the canopy. People were dancing, kids were running around – in a nutshell, everybody was enjoying.


This was an emotional wedding, with a rustic structure, and a lovely couple. Combination of tradition and nature makes one perfect wedding.




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