From the photographer, Mary Pastuh:
“This stunningly rustic, peaceful and very farm like location at Jubilee Farms set the perfect vibe for this wild and yet soft and elegant styled wedding shoot. Each member of our team was heavily inspired by the soft tones and textures of farmed sheep.
The primary color palette was ivory, white, touches of light pink and of course surrounded with lots of greenery, both in the floral arrangements and the farmland pastures all around.
The bride wore a sheer ivory and very bohemian-inspired wedding dress that worked effortlessly in every shot. Paired with a darker toned hat and a pair of black booties, the overall rustic bride look could not have come together so perfectly. Our groom wore a very non-traditional, loose and comfortable outfit that helped set a very relaxed mood which is exactly what the team was going for.
Often times we see very glam and formal wedding design and attire, so we thought it was nice to change it up and embrace a more relaxed and easy-going wedding.
Our team also wanted to include the couple’s close friends to showcase the importance of celebrating together and appreciating each other’s company. “
Bride & Groom: Bety and Den | Photographer: Mary Pastuh | Floral: @floratherapie.flowers | Stylist/Planner: Dolcevita Events | Dress/Outfit Designer: @thedresstheoryseattle | Venue: Jubilee Farm | Rentals: @cortpartyrental | Stationery & Calligraphy: @creeandco