June | A modern, neutral color palette, single variety bouquets and a welcome shelf display with Limoncello shots.
| Photo By Kelsey Straus |
Stephanie and Jake's families were destined to be blended together, and their elevated wedding at Amaterra felt like one, big family get-together. Their warm neutral palette and pops of amber were perfectly aligned with Amaterra's modern architecture. Plus, we loved Stephanie’s sleek, beaded gown and the bridesmaids' silky dresses with mixed colors and single variation bouquets to match their dresses - LOVE!
Their ceremony took place on the terrace, which guests see before they see the reception space, so it really sets the tone for the day. Stephanie and Jake wow their guests with modern bentwood chairs rented from Arden Event Collective and two gorgeous ceremony pillars designed by Wildflower Portland - simple but intentional.
After the ceremony, guests were greeted with limoncello shots - a nod to Stephanie's Italian background - up in the reception ballroom. The unique display served as a welcome drink and interactive seating chart! Their reception tables were simple and elegant, with pops of amber to warm up the space, and a menu to preview the incredible, curated menu that Amaterra served. Amaterra’s in-house catering is one of the venue’s best perks!
Behind every beautiful wedding is a talented team of people - see The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.
The Vendor Team
Coordinator: Your Perfect Bridesmaid (Mallory)
Venue: Amaterra Winery
Catering: Amaterra Winery
Special Bartending: Bubbly Bar
Dessert: Too Sweet Cakes
Photographer: Kelsey Straus
Videographer: Duran Creative Co
Florist: Wildflower Portland
DJ: DJ Crum
Rentals: Arden Event Collective
Hair & Makeup: Kelli Thomsen
Day of Signage: 26 Pressed
Transportation: First Student Charter
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