There is something so fun and secretive about a tucked away venue, when you get to wind up and around the backroads until you come to a dead end and find a beautiful place you might not otherwise had known of. In this case I am talking about Riverhaven Farm, the location that Amy and Adrian chose to celebrate their marriage last July. This is a beautiful piece of land set along the Willamette River in Wilsonville Oregon. There was an amazing team of vendors who worked to transform the space for the couple.
It all started with Blum, who spent the morning decorating the beautiful wooden arch, built by the Bride's father, before finishing the rest of the gorgeous floral arrangements that accented the entire property. The ceremony took place on the side of the home that sits on the property, and is neatly tucked up against the river. Duo Con Brio played as the couple exchanged their vows.
Once they said their “I Do’s”, everyone joined the couple on the lawn for cocktails and appetizers passed by Dalton’s Northwest Catering. Guests were seated family style at farm tables that overlooked the landscape. Deyla Huss was able to sneak the couple away for some pretty epic sunset shots, which would also make the cut for the couples wedding video, shot by Moving Pictures.
Right before they cut the cake which was provided by Papa Haydn, the groom was surprised with a Dallas Cowboys themed grooms cake from Laurie Clark. The guests were eager to dance as DJ Mighty Moves kept the party going on an outdoor dance floor with lighting from BowerBird Events. This was certainly a night to remember!! Congratulations Amy and Adrian, I’m so thankful I was able to be a part of your special day!
Coordinator: Cam | Caterer: Dalton's Northwest Catering | Photographer: Deyla Huss Photography | Cake: Papa Haydn & Laurie Clarke Cake | Ceremony Music: Duo Con Brio | Reception Music: Dj Mighty Moves | Florist: Blum Floral Design | Beauty: Face Body Beauty | Rentals: Luxury Restroom Trailers + Key Event Services + Classic Vintage Rentals | Videography: Moving Pictures | Visual/Lighting: Bowerbird Events