Skyler and Kyle tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony hosted at the Long Farm Barn in West Linn, OR. A historic working farm since the early 1900’s (and a property with ties to the Daniel Boone family), the locale provided the backdrop for a wedding punctuated with seasonal flowers and vintage decor. The couple used the circa 1887 Queen Anne Victorian home to prepare for their nuptials. The ceremony itself was held under the largest tree in Clackamas County, flanked by vintage urns and milk pails filled with bouquets of lavender. The bride carried a bouquet of soft white roses and greenery, and the bridesmaids carried bunches of lavender. Chalkboard signs pointed the way to the festivities, and a vintage dresser and window provided a unique way to showcase the drinks bar. Vintage apple boxes and crates propped up important photos of the couple, and guests enjoyed rustic lawn games such as croquet, cornhole, and ring toss. The fun vintage vibe of the festivities was captured against a photo backdrop adorned with scraps of fabric and a gorgeous clear day in Oregon.
Photographer: Bethany Small | Florals: Good Seed Floral Design | Venue: Long Farm Barn | Videographer: Rainy Parade Films | Hair + Make-up: PROBeauty Makeup | Catering: Nicholas’ Restaurant | Ice Cream Cart: Scoop PDX | Rentals: Barclay Event Rentals | Vintage Rentals: Something Borrowed Portland
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Something Borrowed Portland rental pieces featured include: Seymour standing chalkboard, wooden birdcage, oval galvanized tubs, fruit crates, Lincoln cream cabinet, Katie white dresser, wine barrels, and our Sabina blue table.