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Whimsical fall wedding at The Redd - Juice and Adge

September | We transformed The Redd with whimsical greenery and warm woods and accent colors! What a dream this wedding was.
greenery installation for wedding reception at The Redd in Portland, Oregon

Juice and Adge's wedding was definitely one to remember! We completely transformed the spacious, industrial interior to make it a whimsical, inviting space with tons of greenery and natural, wooden accents. Because The Redd is equipped to host over 500 people, we were able to divide the space into two separate ceremony and reception areas for their 125-person wedding.

We had the honor of providing full service planning to help curate their vendor team, conceptualize their design, and plan all the little and big details throughout their day. And believe us when we say that this vendor team was a dream team!

J&A didn't have a long Pinterest board of floral inspiration - instead, they opted for whimsical and lush greenery installations and arrangements. We brought in greenery everywhere- on the table arrangements, the walls, the ceiling, the poles, and event the historic machinery - to really make a lasting impact. To bring in some color, their wedding party adorned mixed dress colors of sage, yellow and rust, we added a pop of orange on the table, and opted for a shimmery gold linen for specialty tables.

Be sure to scroll to the end to see how fun their reception dancing looked with a live band and a traditional Jewish Hora!

See The Vendor Team who made this day a reality at the end of the gallery.

The Vendor Team

Planning & Design: Your Perfect Bridesmaid (Lead: Katelyn)

Venue: The Redd

Catering + Dessert: Devil’s Food

Hair & Makeup: Blushing Bride PDX

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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