September 2021 | Intimate and Romantic Wine-Country Wedding
| Photo By Sweet Life Photography |
This wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty!
The Black Walnut Inn feels like a European getaway, but is nestled away in beautiful Oregon Wine Country. We love this venue for some many reasons, and its quiet and breathtaking views is one of them. Natalie and Jake invited a small group of family and friends to celebrate with them, and the venue really set the tone for this intimate family gathering. They came to us wanting to make the space feel like a peaceful weekend getaway, and we were so honored to be a part of it.
We LOVED the beautiful and unique table layout - a design that kept everyone close and the views visible. And we loved this family, too, and getting to know them. And the growing ceremony aisle designed by Blüm Floral made for a stunning view.
It was such an honor to help bring out so many personal details throughout the wedding. Natalie gave guests matchbooks with custom stickers (Katelyn, the lead planner, still burns them to this day), we brought in custom UK candy bars to make her side of the family feel at home, and we even worked with Natalie to get a few pints of Guinness for her Grandpa to make his day and calm the nerves before the ceremony. This wedding was a dream, and we couldn't have been happier to have been a part of it!
See The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.
The Vendor Team
Planning and Design - Your Perfect Bridesmaid - Katelyn
Venue- Black Walnut Inn
Photographer- Sweetlife Photography – Jake and Anna
Catering- White Pepper
Dessert- Kyra’s Bakery
Videographer- Long Light Productions
DJ/Band- John Ross Productions
Rentals- The Party Place
Hair & Makeup- Blossom & Beauty
Stationary- Shine Wedding Invitations
Signage- The Lettering Bee
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