Where and how to rock an Oregon Coast elopement
So you’re considering an Oregon Coast elopement, but maybe feeling a bit intimidated about the logistics of a romantic trek into the wilderness. We got you!
Can you get married at Crater Lake? YES and we’ve got insider tips you need to know
The juxtaposition of these two lovely people dressed to the nines, getting married in a place so vast and wild… Keep reading for all the details about this sunrise elopment, and the pro-tips you need to know if you’re wondering if YOU can get married at Crater Lake.
Beautiful waterfall nerdy Halloween elopement
We had a Halloween elopment for insurance purposes, but we said our vows by a waterfall and the park was deserted and we really felt like we were the only two people in the world.
This Oregon micro-wedding with a $31 dress casts a spell
There were no bridesmaids, no flower girl, no Maid of Honor, no Best Man. There was no after-party, no toasts, no speeches. And you know what? It was fucking great.
This viking elopement inspiration is all about untamed beauty on the coast
We love a good viking wedding and this viking wedding inspiration was more wild and untamed than we’d ever seen. It’s adventurous, romantic, and seriously inspiring if you’re planning one of your own. Set on the beautiful Oregon coast and inspired by Nordic traditions, they rocked bold blues, silvers, and greens to match the atmosphere. There are two different looks to see, both separate love stories in themselves. Don’t miss the era-inspired weaponry, the gorgeous geode cake, the cave-dotted landscape, the custom-made gowns, and the chill-inducing florals. I can almost hear the battle cries now…
Huge flowers, stripes, & tea at this whimsical Alice in Wonderland wedding
We had an Alice in Wonderland-themed tea party with tea sandwiches, soup in small espresso cups, salad in large mugs, fruit, lemonade, tea, toadstool cupcakes, macarons, and candy! We had black and white striped table runners with teapot centerpieces filled with roses and daisies, surrounded by moss and grass decor (including moss bunnies!), and vintage clocks. There was a photo booth area with a boxwood backdrop, vintage furniture, gold frames, flamingo croquet mallets, and lots of props. Our food tables had "eat me" and "drink me" signs…