Romantic Pacific Northwest Winter Wedding Styled Shoot

loving wedding couple posing for camera
wedding stationary and decoration by Portland wedding vendor
bride wearing a blue gown blowing out candle
bride with blonde wavy hair wearing blue wedding gown posing for photo

Inspired by the magic of winter weddings in the Pacific Northwest, our wedding hair and makeup team had collaborated with some wonderful local wedding vendors from Portland to work on this whimsical winter-inspired styled shoot. 

To create the makeup look inspired by a frosted color palette of the winter wonderland, Portland-based makeup artist Anny Chow chose Viseart Petites Fours Eyeshadow Palette in Lilas to give the eyes a touch of silver to create icy mood. This eyeshadow quad has four beautiful shades:

Shade 1 - Fondant: Iced silver rose with a shimmer finish

Shade 2 - Lilas: Light muted mauve with a matte finish

Shade 3 - Tiramisu: Light cool taupe with a matte

Shade 4- Argentée: Silver with a shimmer finish

Anny first applied shade in Fondant from lid to lash as a base color. The shimmer finish of the shadow is a terrific color to brighten up the inner corner of the eye. Then she applied shade in Lilas in the crease. To create a maximum reflection on the lid, Anny used a damp brush to layer shade Argentee over the lids for a flash of shine. 

One great thing about this eyeshadow palette is the colors are multi-use. Anny also used shade Fondant on the top of the model’s cheekbone, along the jawline, and the bridge of the nose to add highlight on the face. She also used shade Lilas, a light muted mauve, and blended out as a blush.

Would you try this look for your winter wedding?

Team Credits:

Planning, Styling & Coordination: Beyond the Date

Photography: Katie Hernandez

Makeup & Hair: Anny Chow & Andy Tseng for Anny Chow Bridal

Foral Design: Jodi Iverson Florals

Rentals: Bridgewood Events

Model: Heather 

Tuxedo: Mr. Formal Tuxedos

Dress: The People Dress Co.

Stationery: Letter & Dust

Venue: The Gray Lab

Crowns: Stem & Stone

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