Fashion: Hitched to a Dream

A gorgeously rustic bayside farm is the setting for a love story of incomparable style



Birds of a Feather  Knitwear that mimics suiting is a handsome menswear trend. This wool sweater jacket by Prada ($865 at Mario’s) is perfect for cozy celebrations that combine down-home comfort with high style. Hugo Boss silk tie ($95), Foundry cotton shirt ($125), and Agave Cooper slacks ($215), all Mario’s. On her: Pronovias silk and polyester gown with feather details ($1,350), A Princess Bride Couture. 18K white gold and tourmaline antique wedding ring ($4,095), Isadora’s (worn throughout). Deborah Grivas bracelets ($65 each) and drop earrings ($65), Karan Dannenberg Clothier. Lace-up heels ($230), Report Footwear. 1940s feather hat ($49), Indian Summer




Eat Your Heart Out  The rich cream silk of this tea-length dress ($3,800 at Luly Yang Couture) is tucked into soft folds that are held in place by hidden pearls. Silk satin rose ($200), Luly Yang Couture. Faux-pearl earrings ($45), pearl and faux-pearl necklaces ($80–380), and bracelets ($60–260), A Princess Bride Couture. On him: Gant Rugger cotton button-down ($125), Blackbird. Pendleton lambswool cardigan ($148), Northwest Pendleton. Edun slacks ($238) and Hugo Boss tie ($95), Mario’s.  Opposite: We commissioned local designer Mark Mitchell to make this elegantly glamorous two-piece look for us: Hammered silk gives the one-shouldered blouson top and just-below-the-knee pencil skirt a textured, polished shine (prices vary according to design and sizing at Mark Mitchell). Trio of Victorian-era silver bangles ($600–700), Isadora’s. Rhinestone drop earrings ($219), A Princess Bride Couture


Sea Change  The architectural construction of this silk gazar Vera Wang gown ($5,900 at Marcella’s La Boutique) makes for magical transformations. Custom-made feather, chain, ribbon, and gemstone headpiece ($90), Holly Stalder. Silk clutch ($540), Luly Yang Couture.  Opposite: The abstract tulle on Vera Wang’s organza gown ($5,100 at Marcella’s La Boutique) evokes natural Northwest environments. Art Deco-era chrysoprase necklace ($975), Isadora’s. Faux-pearl earrings ($45), A Princess Bride Couture. Vintage Tony Lama cowboy boots ($39), Indian Summer


retro romance   


With its vintage lingerie-inspired shrug and soft draping at the empire waistline, the two-piece ‘Tauro’ by Manuel Mota for Pronovias smolders with quiet sex appeal: $3,640, to order at Anna’s Bridal Boutique, Jeweled vintage brooch ($19,500),; bracelet, stylist’s own



Picture Perfect  The mermaid silhouette of this tulle gown by Watters ($1,013 at La Belle Rêve) flatters a variety of shapes and body types. Silk satin rose pin ($200), Luly Yang Couture. Locally handmade lapis necklace ($220) and labradorite earrings ($82), Nico Rich. On him: Hentsch Man cotton shirt ($165), Hugo Boss silk tie ($95), Edun slacks ($238), and Rag & Bone wool cardigan ($285), all Mario’s. Variations above: Vintage Levi’s jacket ($26) and vintage costume jewelry pins ($6 each), Indian Summer. Faux-fur vest by Burning Torch ($348), Alhambra. Custom-made men’s straw hat with vintage elements ($170), Love and Sass





On the Road Again  The full-skirt, nipped waist, and high-cut, tightly fitted bodice of this Vineyard Collection Schiffli lace dress ($1,475 at Calla Bridal) recalls Mad Men-era style. Many wedding gowns from that time were knee-length, so don’t let anyone tell you this look is nontraditional. Silk wrap by Tucker ($176), Alhambra. Ankle-strap heel ($195), Report Footwear. 1930s wide-brim hat ($56), Indian Summer. On him: Zegna corduroy suit ($1,995), Hentsch Man cotton shirt ($165), Hugo Boss silk tie ($95), and Roda silk pocket square ($62), all Mario’s. Cole Haan leather loafers ($148), Macy’s

Stylist Assistants: Linda Scott with Amanda LaPlante and Malika Ritchie  Hair and Makeup: Erin Skipley
Models: Teela Cull / TCM Models & Talent, Tom Eddy / Heffner Management