If you have envisioned a wedding, this DIY Oregon wedding is your dream come true! Kathleen and Noel poured so much love into their wedding day. They wanted an intimate setting nestled in nature with a riverside view, and with all the DIY details that you could image. Gorgeous scenery, good food and personalized details. They had all that and more! Kathleen had great style – she even DIYd her flowers! The ceremony site had a 900 foot aisle (yes, you read that right)! It was perfectly placed among the wild flowers and made for a breathtaking grand entrance. Guests were seated on linen covered bails of hay and the arbor was a lovely handcrafted addition. The fabric blew in the breeze beautifully and looked so pretty with the lakeside backdrop. For the reception, she selected our wine barrels, vintage books, vintage mailbox, pretty wood tables and a variety of other stylish and eclectic items (full list below) that just blended seamlessly with the rest of the decor.
Photographer: Paige Jones Photography | Videographer: Erik Shultz Film | 20s and 30s Band: Boy and Bean | Floral Design: Designed by bride, ordered from Fifty Flowers | Invitations and Save the Date: By bride with help of Morrow McKenzie Design | Vintage stamps: Champion Stamp Co | Bridal Hair and Makeup: Amanda Colton | Plates, couch, barware and candlesticks: Something Borrowed Portland | Catering and Dessert: The Lambs Table | DJ: Sabrina Healsey | Rentals: The Party Pros | Photo booth: Pocketbooth