Brandi of Soiree weddings and events tapped into her true native roots for the inspiration on this one! Handcrafted bean-chevron weaves wrapped the vases on the sweetheart table. Brown ratton chargers and wool linens created an authentic but modern texture for the decor. We threw in a little glamour with the vintage white and gold china, gold glitter paper on the invitations and stationery, glitter and feather guest throw bags for the ceremony and glistening mixed patterned fabrics for the hand sewn floor poofs for seating at the ceremony. The ceremony altar was crafted from tall branches woven together with leather cord, tied with feathers and round reflective hanging beads to add our touch of glisten. They blew a little in breeze creating beautiful movement for the ceremony backdrop. The aisle was laid in hand cut out paper feathers that were painted gold and white, then tacked down to the dirt with little pins. We chose a barren location in the beautiful Boise Foothills- where it's yellow grasses and vast view of the treasure valley puts you at home with nature. We added to the natural palette with pops of color in the flower arrangements rich with peonies, coral bells, anenomes and more. Hair and makeup was very important for this shoot-- The natural makeup with a hit of coral and gold on the eyes adds a little drama to her look, and the tousled hair finishing in a side fish tail braid, wrapped in leather and topped off with a feather is absolutely breath taking. Our groom, was dressed in Gap denim skinny jeans, a BDG v-neck tee and a Kenneth Cole gray tweed vest. The mohawk, bolo tie and sage brush boutonniere tie him right in. The modern/native monogram is used on every piece of the stationery- and the neutral colors in the design are complemented by the pops of coral and turquoise in the paper layers. We jazzed it up with some gold glittery paper and envelope liners. Die-cut feather place cards are attached to the straws.