FITTING VENUE: “Marina and Anthony’s classic style perfectly complemented the brick walls, wrought iron and winding ivy found everywhere at the Town Club,” says photographer Brittany Lauren. “They said they chose the venue because the property felt like an elegant English garden. Other than two stunning floral installations at the altar, they kept the décor clean and timeless to let the property and their guests (who were all impeccably dressed) take center stage.”
With Labor Day weekend creeping up on the calendar and pumpkin spice lattes gracing cafe menus across the country, we're feeling inspired by the prettiest seasonal bouquets from each of our sister sites. These beautiful blooms are helping to make our impending transition to cooler weather and busier routines just a little bit easier.
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!
Complete with wood centerpieces and a cozy bonfire, this couple celebrated their love with an intimate ceremony and reception at the Mazama Lodge in Government camp. And yes, you can expect to see some flannel shirts! Keep scrolling to see all the details from this woodland wedding and head to the bottom of the page for a full list of vendors.
Thanks to some online inspiration, Olga Galkovskaya and Andrey Drotenko snagged a handful of sparklers on the Fourth of July as photo props for their wedding 10 days later. Their foresight paid off with this adorable photo op. “The sun was setting as we walked around downtown Portland for some final shots,” recalls Olga, who coaxed her groomsmen into picking up some twinkling wands to write L-O-V-E as she kissed her groom.