Right this second I am having an all out love affair with Oregon and it is all thanks to Jane Johnson Photography & Design and her BEA-U-TIFUL images of this Mt. Hood Organic Farms fête. It’s swimming in dreamy light and casual elegance just the way we like it. And the couple? Too darn adorable for words with a moving story to boot. Yep, it’s official. This wedding is just as pretty on the inside as it is on the outside. Do yourself a favor and take a little time to enjoy the view in the full wedding gallery.
On Bryce & Whitney’s first date, Whitney’s phone rang. And her heart stopped. Her dad had died suddenly. As she made her way through the shock and the grief, Bryce was by her side for every second. They got married off the beaten path, nestled in the orchards of Mt. Hood Organic Farms on a bluebird July day as Mt. Hood provided a stunning Oregon backdrop. Surrounded by friends and family, Whitney made a point to incorporate her Dad into the ceremony in unconventional ways: by wrapping his bow ties around each bouquet, saving her favorite for her own; and by having Bryce wear his socks. The bridal party dressed in a two bedroom cottage with idyllic 60s music setting the perfect vintage scene. With lawn games, live music, wine, and h’ors devours galore, they couple celebrated their union in true vintage chic style. And it was a true pleasure to photograph.
Photographer: Jane Johnson Photography & Design / Location: Mt. Hood Organic Farms / Wedding Coordinator: Cassandra Cass / Caterer: Ginger Powers of Orchard House Catering / Flowers: Lucy Gorman of Informal Flowers / Gelato: Randy Walton of Alotto Gelato / Cake: Jutta Bach of La Joconde / DJ: Michael J Olsen / Pre-reception music: Joseph Appell (Guitar), Benjamin Hartman (Saxophone), Skip von Kuske (Cellist) / Hair and Make-up: Jessica Sappington of Jet Salon / Dress: Augusta Jones bought at Ania Bridal / Videographer: Aaron Almquist