Timeless elegance was the theme
for Sunceray and Austin’s wedding at Revolution Hall. After the rooftop ceremony with a 360-degree
view of Portland, the reception transitioned inside for a dramatic feel
with dim lighting and a grand stage draped with white fabric. Featuring
a creamy color palette with a splash of sparkles, the décor included white
flowers, romantic candles and gold accents pieces.
From the cake baker to ceremony officiant to dressmaker, it takes a village to orchestrate a wedding. That's why thousands of you voted for your favorite vendors, thanking them for their continuing work.
Here are the finalists for our Best of 2016 awards. The winners will be revealed at a special celebration this summer and in our upcoming Fall/Winter issue.
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!
From canoes to tipis, there’s so much to love about Chris and
Amber’s wedding at Bridal Veil Lakes. The outdoorsy couple enjoys everything the
Pacific Northwest has to offer; so what better way to say, “I do” than a whole
wedding weekend in the middle of the woods? The style was a beautiful blend of natural
elements like wood and herbs paired with vintage tabletop décor like brass animal
critters and candleholders. Keep scrolling to see what the bride had to say
about her incredible day.