Fairytale Forest Wedding With Feather Touches - Weddingomania

Fairytale Forest Wedding With Feather Touches - Weddingomania


Imagine a fairytale-inspired wedding in the woods... What comes to mind? A day overflowing with gems and jewels, angelic accents and twinkling lights? Well, today's wedding is all that, and more! Jessica + Jonathan tied the knot in a redwood grove in Northern California with the help of their family friend, Tim, owner of Georgia-based Green Gables Events.

Jessica wore a bespoke full-length feather cape, their ceremony backdrop was a stunning feather + greenery set up, vintage furniture was brought in for the cocktail hour and reception, and the flower girl had feather wings fit for an angel... The incredible details don't stop there!

The bride shares drew inspiration from our home in San Francisco, which is brimming with eclectic furniture, rich jewel tones, loads of brass, dream catchers, crystals, and an array of textures. Northern California has captured the couple's hearts with its beauty, and was the natural choice for our celebration. Feathers and faux fur were key elements in the décor and outfits for the day.

The 'maids dresses were inspired by Stevie Nix and aptly named "Go Your Own Way". The bride didn't want her ladies to match too much, so each bridesmaid selected her own unique gold belt to add a bit of personal flare to the look. Keeping with the feather theme, the groom wore a navy + burgundy feather bow tie from Feather Game Birds UK. The bride was wearing a strapless deep V-neck lace dress with a train and a feather cape attached to the dress. The bride originally had custom clogs designed, but due to chilly weather and how the dress was shortened, the bride opted to wear her favorite house slippers from Moccasins Canada and save the clogs for the honeymoon.

The wedding cake was a surprise for everybody including the couple. It was a three-tier geode cake with white chocolate ganache + raspberry champagne truffle frosting, so trendy and delicious!

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