Brace yourself for some much needed Julie Andrews running through the hills vibes because this ethereal lakeside elopement inspiration could practically be happening in the Alps! Tender, graceful portraiture from Samin Photography guides us through this storybook romance highlighting every stolen kiss and sweet nothing along the way. Artfully styled by Everly Fleur, classic paintings in blended blue hues pair with handwritten calligraphy, upholstered seating, pastel silk runners and petite olive accents in the most breathtaking way. The foraged blooms from A New Leaf Floral were the cherry on top, complementing the natural beauty of the landscape, the bride’s tousled hair and the flowy linens oh so beautifully. Enjoy the evanescent beauty below!
From the photographer, Samin Photography: Due to the pandemic, we couldn’t be in Italy as planned so we got as close as the beautiful Okanagan let us! From the vineyards and olive groves to the stunning golden light, rolling hills, and grass fields, the Okanagan gave us the perfect setting to unfold this romantic elopement styled shoot.
Mauve, yellow, and blackberry tones throughout the floral arrangements and details paired perfectly with the golden hues of the wild field at Sanctuary Gardens. Everything about that day was magic! We’ve been so lucky to have a clear sky after continuous days of having smoky skies from the U.S. wildfires.
If this ethereal lakeside elopement gallery doesn’t convince you that a waterside setting is where it’s at, we don’t know what will! Though I suppose you can check out this Oregon coast elopement inspiration too if you’re on the fence.
Photography: Samin Photography
Florals: A New Leaf Floral
Table Decor & Design: Everly Fleur
Stationery: Faven Lettering
Wedding Dress: Clara Couture Bridal
Groom Attire: Black and Lee
Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes
Earrings: Joanna Bisley Designs
Makeup & Hair: Jenny Mckinney
Rentals: All Occasions Party & Event Rentals
Venue: Sanctuary Gardens
Video: Nory Films
Film Lab: Photovision Prints
Models: Deja Vu Model Management