Featured On 100 Layer Cake: Oregon’s Old Schoolhouse

We are in love with this feature and collaboration with our Portland location and some of the best vendors Portland has to offer. Oregon’s Old Schoolhouse captures our hearts this Valentine’s Day with a jaw-dropping floral ceremony editorial coming to us from Monique Serra Photography and Mae & Co Creative. 

The Old Schoolhouse captures the feelings of love and moody at the same time, perfect for Valentine’s Day or your wedding day where love is the main focus. If you know us, you know we love bringing life to any kind of old pieces and that is just what the Old Schoolhouse represents!

Our Halstead Garden Arbor adorned with fluffy pampas grass, hanging amaranthus and cloud like babies breath made for a jaw-dropping floral installation by florist Amy of Brier + Ivy. The pairing of these florals with our Kazak Rug showcases incredibly bold colors with a mix of geometric designs to coincide perfectly with one another, just like you and your beloved lovebird. From the floral’s burnt oranges to deep ruby reds, we are all heart eyes over this dynamic duo.

What’s an elegant floral setup without some vintage tabletop to accent it? Our Chehalis Table and Rose Gold Chairs give the rustic farm wood feel with a splash of modern. This tablescape gives the space the intimate love story vibe and we are definitely still drooling over it!

Each individual tabletop piece gives off the hand curated vintage vibe that Archive does so well. The dreamiest look if you ask us! This tabletop showcases all of our own inventory at our Portland location. Our Rose Gold Charger, Ivory Lace Dinner Plate, and Blush Stoneware Salad Plate together add the sweetest feminine touch to this rustic and moody tablescape. Can you say love story? 

Of course every love story needs a little “pizazz” and that’s exactly what our Teal Water Goblets bring to the table: life. Can you picture the jazz hands? Yes, okay good. These goblets paired with our Brushed Gold Copper Flatware give the final eloquent and rustic feel that all of Portland loves, especially for a romantic dinner for two on Valentine’s Day. We can’t stop looking at this feature and we absolutely won’t stop until next year on February 14th.

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