Dream catchers, wild flowers and a thrifted wedding dress are just some of the highlights from this boho beautiful woodland wedding shoot at Glen Oaks Big Sur. From the woods, to the ocean, Elizabeth Ross and a talented team of vendors took us on a wedding adventure inspired by all things nature, and the beauty of Big Sur.
Kelley Williams was there to capture every last moment beautifully so keep scrolling to see it all for yourself! Plus find a full gallery for your enjoyment.
Beautiful bohemian elopement
From Kelley Williams: I knew I wanted to shoot in Big Sur. Dream catchers were inspired from the mystical fog and the wildflowers were inspired from the rolling hills covered with them that I found on my drive. This elopement is untraditional, bohemian, and beautiful. The venue, Glen Oaks Big Sur, is a charming place with cottages and cabin style rooms that are in the middle of a redwood forest and the Big Sur River cuts the property in half.
Thrifted Wedding Dress!
I personally made the dream catchers and I love how they hang from the trees, it looks so magical! The dress was thrifted from a second hand shop in Santa Cruz, CA. The florist, Anastasiya Makarenko was wonderful in capturing my vision of wildflowers. I wanted everything to look very natural and green. My favorite jewelry piece was a moonstone layered necklace that I think many boho brides will enjoy.
Natural elements throughout
The three tier cake made a big statement. It has horizontal textured lines and wildflowers bursting from the top and middle layers. Finally, I think the invitations written on papyrus paper added to the rustic and natural elements of the day.