Romantic Peach + Navy Oregon Resort Wedding
August 14, 2015
Classic WeddingsHotels + Resorts WeddingsSummer Weddings
If the classic combination of peach and navy gets you weak in the knees, then prepare to swoon at the first sight of this midsummer Oregon affair! Chock full of pretty peach blooms, elegant invites from Benjamin Woodcock, pretty paper details from Tie That Binds, 'maids in navy, and the beautiful bride in stunning JLM Couture, this Christa-Taylor-captured affair is not one you'll soon forget. Take a peek at even more pretty in the gallery here!
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From The Styling Team...Linda and Sean celebrated their love for each other and the PNW outdoors in a romantic wedding near Mt Hood. They exchanged vows surrounded by gorgeous mountains and lush greenery at The Resort at the Mountain. As many of the guests were traveling from out-of-state, The couple planned a full weekend of activities and fun for their semi-destination wedding. They set the tone for their soiree with custom spinner save-the-dates from Tie That Binds and welcome totes, full of local goodies, maps, and activity itineraries for their guests upon arrival.

Vintage maps, compasses, and wooden trunks carried the destination/travel theme through to the wedding and reception. Blum Floral perfectly captured Linda’s vision of lush, garden, romantic floral that complimented the natural mountain surroundings and local produce. The stylish couples love for adventure and outdoors shone through with a custom monogram cake topper and topography detail on the menus. In lieu of numbers, the couple named each table after one of their favorite hikes and displayed the luggage tag escort cards on “Linda & Sean’s Adventure Map”. Homemade jam favors, vintage globes, and natural wood touches filled this wedding with steal-worthy PNW beauty!

From Christa-Taylor...What makes a wedding stand out is the emotions that I see and capture throughout the day. This wedding had all that and more. Linda and Sean are very different, but simultaneously a beautiful compliment to each other. Isn't that what makes a good marriage? Two different people that help each other grow and become better together.

Their love story began online in a tiny town off the California coast and culminated in the verdant hills at the base of Mt Hood. To everyone watching, their love was tangible, happiness so deep it overflowed in tears throughout the day. For me, it was watching Sean hold his wife, breathing her in, while the golden light reflected off her dark was magic! Captured on fine art film, it was an evening to remember.