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Whimsical wedding at The Evergreen with dried florals - Stephanie and Brian

October | A mix of dried and fresh textured floral arrangements and installations never looked so good in this historic brick venue.

Modern wedding at The Evergreen with round tables

The Evergreen is such a beautiful historic building with great natural lighting - with neutral but warm tones, it's the perfect setting for almost any wedding style. But it's undeniable how good textured neutrals look against the light wood floors and white walls. Stephanie and Brian curated an incredible vendor team - one of their biggest priorities.


They wanted the space to feel cozy, and to fully relax. So they hired us (Your Perfect Bridesmaid) to keep everything running smoothly, White Pepper to curate a custom menu and great dinner experience, Allie with Bramble Floral Design to bring in impactful florals, and a few others (see the whole vendor team below!).


Bramble’s dried and fresh floral arrangements truly added to the space, and we loved the hop vines installed on the balcony that complimented the existing hanging greenery and made the space feel cozy and lively. We helped design their simple but elegant tablescape to bring it all in together, and the results turned out beautiful!



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.

Ceremony & Reception at The Evergreen




The Vendor Team

Ceremony Venue:  The Evergreen 

Cocktail Hour Venue: Loyal Legion

Catering: White Pepper 

Bar Service: Loyal Legion

Dessert (cake and pastry): Tabor Bread

DJ: Stumptown DJs (Ty)

Photo Booth: The Evergreen

Hair & Makeup: Blossom and Beauty

Invitations: Minted

Day of Signage: DIY



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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