I cannot even begin to express to you how much I LOVED working with Natasha and Huston. This couple was as sweet and low-maintenance as they get. Natasha gave me a few inspirational photos and basic guidelines and then let me take it from there. This couple barely knew what to expect at their wedding…what a relief that they loved it!!
It ended up being a warm day, so we brought in water with custom labels at the last minute.
Michael Allen Harrison, Aaron Meyer and Julianne Johnson performed the ceremony music…AMAZING.
If you’ve ever seen the benches at The Grotto, you know that they are not overly attractive. So…we brought in custom damask pads to match the wedding’s design scheme.
Natasha was as calm as can be walking down the aisle
The girls…each one as gorgeous as the next!
The ombre cake designed by Judy Reese. So pretty you don’t want to cut into it!
These photos do not do the decor justice…it was nothing less than stunning.
The bride wanted “purples” and “orchids.” I think she got what she asked for!!
Huston surprised Natasha by learning “I Wont Give Up” by Jason Mraz and performed it at the reception.
First Dance—the dance floor gobo matched invitations and menus, and the hanging chandeliers were custom made.
As a nod to Natasha’s Lebanese heritage, we brought in belly dancers to perform!
Click here to view some AMAZING panoramic images from this wedding courtesy of Ben Powers from Powers Studios
ceremony venue: The Grotto, reception venue & lighting: Portland Art Museum, photography by Powers Studios, video by Moving Picture Wedding, photo booth by Paparazzi Tonight, floral by An Affair to Remember Floral Design, dance floor by West Coast Event Productions, printed table items by Crave Design, reception band by A Frontline Band, dj by Chad Dowling Productions, transportation by Lucky Limousine, VIP PDX and Best Car in Town, valet by Premier Valet, cake by Dream Cakes, dessert buffet by One Divine Party, hair by Za Hair, makeup by Event Cosmetics,