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Chic and minimalistic wedding with exotic greenery at Coopers Hall - Lexie and Vin

September | Minimalist and greenery-forward, but make it unique! A modern design with Monstera leaves, squashes & other unique elements at the urban Coopers Hall.
Minimalistic and chic wedding reception tablescape with greenery.
Chic and Minimalistic reception at Coopers Hall

| Photo By Lauren Miles |

Normally when you think of “greenery” at a wedding, the image that comes to mind is vines and eucalyptus. Not Lexie and Vin - their wedding was greenery-forward, but with minimalistic bud vases with long-stemmed green & white flowers and exotic plant cuttings. They even opted for sophisticated, navy blue napkins for a muted pop of color. Chef's kiss!

Lexie and Vin loved the intimacy of Coopers Hall, and the clean setting that allows you to bring in any design. During the design process, L&V expressed that they wanted to bring in an organic feel, but still have a clean and chic design. Chas with Wildflower Portland brought in a fresh and unique floral design to the familiar and popular space. Yes, those are squashes!

With our Premiere Package, we helped L&V hone in their design vision, connect them to some of their key vendors, and manage the day from set up to clean up, including flipping the ceremony space to their reception space. Coopers Hall is a venue we’ll never say no to planning at!

Behind every beautiful wedding is an entire team of creatives who help make it all happen. 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)

Photographer: Lauren Miles

Videographer: Erick Durano

Catering & Bar Service: Coopers Hall

Hair & Makeup: Blossom and Beauty

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.


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