Fall weddings have stolen our hearts forever — cue the beautiful golden sunlight and apricot and sienna orange florals. This Hope Valley fall elopement is not just showing you how to have a wedding for two, but renews our love for pampas grass and everything we love about the chilly weather: the warm fuzzies!
From Shannon of Tin and Twine, The tree line in Hope Valley begins to turn vibrant colors of yellow and orange this time of year. These beautiful natural colors of the landscape were what inspired our Golden Vow shoot and are highlighted throughout every detail of the elopement. From the invitation suite to the flowers, to the ceremony banners and even the models makeup all encompassed burnt oranges, deep yellows, brown and golden natural hues. We wanted to showcase the natural beauty of the valley and used decor that tied in perfectly.
The models are getting married in 2019 and were kind enough to help out with the styled shoot. Throughout the evening we truly captured the couple’s love and admiration for each other.
The tablescape and decor we kept a neutral palette of colors so that the florals would really pop. The wicker chargers and dark plates add a high contrast to the table setting. Light green water goblets play off of the remaining green trees of the valley.
For the couple’s attire, we chose a Lilian West lace gown. We loved the two piece appearance of the gown and the capped sleeves were perfect for the subtle fall crisp air. We chose a tan suit for the groom and loved the way he matches the color scheme so perfectly. – Tin and Twine
Photography: Vanessa Lynne Photography
Design and Planning: Tin and Twine
Flowers: Flowers by Alana Marie
Rentals: Ritual Rentals, Celebration Party Rentals
Makeup: Makeup by Susie
Dress Shop: The Bridal Vault
Dress: Lilian West
Tux: Generation Tux
Calligraphy: Carole Lola
Model: Paulina Gonzalez