We love the outdoors as much as you. And the next best thing to being outdoors is getting married in it. The possibilities are endless. Backyards, beaches, parks, vineyards, and hillsides are just a few that come to mind when we think of where to host a fabulous outdoor celebration. Check out those tags on our blog to see specifics! Wherever you choose, we recommend thinking about all the elements. Whether you might need a tent or if you’d consider a standing ceremony with no chairs. Each provides it’s own unique ambiance and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Korina & Cameron
It feels like a good time to bring you a sunny beachy wedding. Yes, that’s what we need right now. Lucky for us, we have this cute little Carlsbad California wedding in the blog line up and it’s ready for sharing! Korina and Cameron are both Portlanders but for their nuptials, they chose the backyard of…
Alex & Alexa
Alex & Alexa’s backyard wedding at her parents home in Fairview, Oregon was what we like to call “right up our alley”. Even if you have 100 guests in your backyard for a wedding, it somehow still feels intimate like a family affair.
Bryan & Zoey
Grooms that eat BBQ ribs in a tux. Brides that choose to get ready in their childhood home. Fathers of the bride with cool cars. Couples that hike across streams and through mud for a perfect PNW photo. Couples that laugh with us and ask if we’re having fun too. These are a few of our favorite things. And these are all things we experienced at Bryan and Zoey’s perfect summer wedding in Portland.
Katrin & Bryan
Katrin and Bryan’s Mt. Hood Organic Farms wedding was one of sheer beauty. The moment the couple arrived on the charming red Double Decker Bus PDX led us to believe that this would be one of the most endearing and romantic weddings of our summer.
Ashley & Pete
Ashley and Pete hail from Massachusetts but they wanted a true elopement. A romantic, run away together and tie-the-knot kind of affair.
Todd & Gosia
Todd and Gosia’s wedding weekend was simply magical. The mountains may have faded into the mist but the snow was about the most dreamy replacement to sunshine you can think of. It was everything a Colorado rockies wedding should be and more.