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.
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.
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.
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.