Ethereal Woodsy Wedding at Camp Colton - Christine and Gregory
August | An alternative wedding day with a blend of spiritual and religious ceremonies to celebrate their unique connection in the most magical forest setting.
| Photo By Roark and Jessica Nelson |
Weddings look different for everyone, and that's what we love so much about what we do. Often, we're helping couples find a blend between two religious backgrounds, and others we're helping them incorporate their own spin on traditions. Christine and Gregory's magical and ethereal forest wedding was anything but traditional, with numerous different rituals and ceremonies to celebrate their love. It was important for them to incorporate meaningful celebrations, and they took inspiration from various backgrounds. Guests were greeted with cacao, and blessed with whimsical live harp music while they said "I Do" under their artfully made chuppah. Guests also enjoyed a tea ceremony and elixirs, and Indian food by Swagat.
With so many moving parts, we were more than happy to be a part of their day and assist with designing and coordinating their ceremonies. Not every participant in weddings come from a wedding background, and that's where having a planner or coordinator can help connect all the dots. Camp Colton, nestled in the Mt. Hood National Forest, is the perfect wedding for an ethereal and magical wedding day.
See The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.
The Vendor Team
Coordination & Design - Your Perfect Bridesmaid (Lead: Laurel )
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Camp Colton
Photographer & Videographer: Roark and Jessica Nelson
Florist: Hyacinth Orange
Cacao Service: Niema Lightseed
Tea Service Ceremony : Steve Odell
Charcuterie/Apps: Rich Koby
Bar Service: Camp Colton
Elixir Bar: Storm Noyes
Dessert: Papa Haydn
Ceremony Music: Dave Hoover
Dinner Music: Youssoupha Sidibe
DJ/Sound Tech: Erik Blender
MC: Har Rai Khalsa
Love what you see? We would love to help you achieve your unique wedding vision. Let us provide tailored vendor recommendations and create a unique design that fits your style and your budget. Don't have a venue yet? No problem. Having a planner as the first step in the process can save you time, energy and money.