We make a point to follow the best and brightest in creative local wedding planning, and every Friday we round up our five favorite photos from the last week's feed. Follow these incredible photographers and vendors on Instagram for more gorgeous inspiration! To be featured in next week's roundup, tag your best wedding photos with #oregonbride. Don't forget to follow us at @oregonbridemag for your daily dose of pretty! Once again, congrats to this week's faves!
Holidays are just around the corner, which means it's almost party time! From modern pineapple and palm tree décor to petite macaroons and
bistro tables, this tropical island meets modern French cocktail hour is the
perfect blend of two contrasting cultures. Not to mention just the inspiration
you need to host the party of your dreams. Keep scrolling to read more from the
creative team behind this styled shoot.
Gracious Gorge: “Since Matt proposed on a hike at sunset, celebrating our special day in the beautiful Gorge seemed like an obvious choice,” says Ginny. “There was a grace and ease to the setting with gardens, horse pastures and a rustic farmhouse. We couldn’t have asked for a more quintessential Pacific Northwest location for a wedding.”
As we head into the winter season, the hottest wedding trends of summer are dropping faster than the temperature. That's why we’ve teamed up with Blueprint Registry to round-up our picks of the best winter wedding trends this year. From mirrored mercury decor to tiered chandeliers, we want to make sure you have all the inspo you need to bring your theme to life.
After spending the first nine months of their relationship long distance, Stephanie Henry and Scott Stukey chose a fitting quote displayed at their September 2015 nuptials at Edgefield: “Distance is just a test to see how far love can travel.” As a fun way of documenting their courtship, the couple created a photo calendar on display at their wedding made of 365 Instagram memories. “It seemed like a natural way to share our love story,” says Stephanie.