At a microwedding, every detail is unique, everyone is a guest of honor, and the focus of the main event is on each other.
Vibrant and Lively Wedding Ceremony at the Redd
Wedding Date: January 11th, 2020
Margot Feves and Adrian Pearmine imagined their wedding as a moment to bring their families together with a big, fun party filled with personal details. At the Redd in Portland, the couple incorporated the venue’s green stamping machine and industrial aesthetic into their décor, which had a color scheme of deep greens, burgundy and blush. Fittingly, the green machine, swooping vines and emerald linens tied into Margot’s love of houseplants. The chuppah, the traditional Jewish wedding canopy, was reimagined as a gold box adorned with amaranthus, leafy green vines, berries and fresh blooms. Amaranthus also appeared in Margot’s bold bouquet and the centerpieces that decorated the reception tables, all created by Blum Design in Flowers. The Portland food scene found its way into each phase of the evening, starting with a large charcuterie board that was offered after the couple exchanged rings and broke the glass. At the dinner reception, delicious bites were everywhere: Antipasto skewers were offered at the photo booth; a chef demonstrated cooking skills in the Redd’s open kitchen; and guests enjoyed three different food stations, which offered wings, sliders from Lardo, and Portland restaurant Grassa’s Caesar salad and meatballs. Adults could partake in a whiskey collection curated by the groom, with the liquor poured over “M&A” ice cubes, while the kids were entertained by Pop-A-Shot and Skee-Ball. Margot and Adrian kicked off the dance party with the traditional hora dance and lifting of chairs, followed by live music by The Rowe Brothers, with tunes ranging from bands such as Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to Temple of the Dog. After dancing the night away, guests raised sparklers as the couple exited the reception and entered the next chapter of their life together.