Historic Styled Shoot Elopement at The Ruins at the Astor

Captured & submitted by Sea to Summit Photography


This elopement styled shoot took place in a historical building located on the Northern Oregon coast in Astoria Oregon. This building, built in 1921, was once a highly popular hotel. This venue, with the exposed beams, original wall paper, and unfinished flooring made this spot one of the most romantic places to have an elopement in. The couple got ready in separate rooms of the building and exchanged a heartfelt first look. Augusta surely knew how to twirl in her dress around the building, creating almost a cinderella feel to it.

They shared their vows under the iconic John Jacobs Astor Hotel Restaurant sign and then did their cake cutting before sitting down and enjoying time with one another at their sweetheart table. Finally, they went to the dance floor and danced away, ending with them romantically on the floor. I think this styled shoot can show couples unique ways they can re-create their idea of what a wedding can be!


Dress Store: AW Bridal//Invitation Designer: Lace and Belle//Floral Designer: Wildflower Hill Floral//Event Venue:The Ruins at the Astor//Second Shooter: Wild Elopements Photography//Photographer: Sea to Summit Photography//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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