For this dreamy woods shoot we found our inspiration from the purple amethyst crystal. We decided for the shoot to take place at Roman Nose State Park located north of Watonga, Oklahoma. In the park they have cool springs cascading out of rock formations. The lush forest area was perfect for our nature feel we were going for. Kasse Duffy designed a beautiful floral garland centerpiece with sprigs of lavender and even an artichoke to add texture. Throughout the florals she did different tones of purple to help represent the amethyst crystal. The dress from Gossamer was the perfect tone of muted purple to help compliment the flowers without taking attention away from them. The second dress from Forever 21 was great for getting in the springs with as to not ruin our main wedding dress. This is such a great tip for all brides when thinking about getting a second dress. The watercolor of purple tones can be found throughout the menus, invitations, and even the main cake! Our white boho ceremony backdrop was crafted by Grassroots Vintage specifically for this shoot and can be rented for brides as a gorgeous cake, photo booth, or ceremony backdrop. This would be a wonderful shoot for the nature-loving bride who is inspired by the amethyst crystal just as much as we were! See a few favorites from this shoot below!
This shoot was featured on the Brides of Oklahoma blog, which can be seen here.
Photography: Hope Photography
Floral: Kasse Duffy Designs
Stationary: Touies Design
Bakery: The Round House Bakery
Rentals: Grassroots Vintage
Hairstylist: The Werks Beauty Therapy
Flowercrown: Forage Floral
Wedding Dress: Gossamer
Male&Female Model: Trent Turner and Jenna Coulson