Our passion over these past few years in business has grown to love the small more intimate wedding, especially an elopement. We are here to help you plan, style, and seek out the most scenic location Oregon has to offer.
Located atop a ridge in the West Hills of Portland, and only 2-miles west of downtown Portland, lends itself to a great location for a destination elopement. The Arboretum offers a secluded meadow that can be rented for the entire day for only $285. So if you are looking for a serene location in the heart of the city, this could be the place for you.
Cathedral lies on the east shore of the Willamette River, and is located under St. Johns Bridge. Couples can enjoy over 20 acres of greenery, and of course the beautiful gothic arches of the bridge lend an amazing backdrop.
This indoor venue is an eloquently designed space in a 100+ year old warehouse. This space is not only intimate and stylish, but offer's the most amazing natural lighting due to the north facing windows. We had the honor of hosting a styled wedding here, and it was nothing but a perfect location. Parking is a little tough, so keep that in mind if you are considering booking.
The Columbia gorge
Absolutely one of our favorite locations that we had the honor of doing an elopement wedding at. The old stone house is located in Skamania, WA, which is a short drive across the Bridge of Gods. The stone house is built of old river rock and gently painted with moss. It is quietly nestled in the lush forest of the gorge, and completely surrounded by overgrown Ferns.
Mary Hill Stone Hedge
The Mary Hill Stone Hedge is a replica of England's Stone Hedge. It was built by wealthy entrepreneur Sam Hill. It sit's high above the Columbia River which offers amazing views.
Wahclella Falls is one of the most epic waterfalls to hike in the Pacific NW. The falls is just a short one-mile hike into the base of the waterfall, through old growth forests, rippling streams, bridges, and a well cared for trail.
eastern & central oregon
Known as one of the 7 wonders of the Oregon, the Painted Hills is one of majestic unique beauty. The hills reflect a color palette of gold, black rock, and deep reds, that you don't feel like you are in Oregon. I have not visited this landmark myself, but it is on the list.
Wallowa Lake & Eagle Cap Wilderness
The deep frigid lake is surrounded by jagged alpine peaks, wild flowering mountain sides, habitat, and an awesome tram to take to the top of those peaks.
Smith Rock State Park
Deep river canyons, red rock, flying eagles, prairie deer, is what you will find at this stunning location.
Arch Cape is named for it's natural arched rocks, and the headland that extends into the Pacific Coast. This is an unincorporated town, that is almost a blink of an eye, but the view and location, is so intimate. We just returned from doing an elopement shoot here, and I must say it was epic.
This beach is known for it's wave action. This area along the Pacific Coast is full of sand dunes, varying landscapes, plus haystack rock.
Cannon Beach - Ecola State Park
This small coastal town boasts sandy beaches, tide pools, sea caves, and is home to Ecola State Park.
Ecola State Park stretches 9-miles along the Pacific Coast line, and offers secluded coves, lush Sitka spruce forest, well groomed trails, and even an abandoned lighthouse. You may even come across wildlife, such as deer, elk, and a soaring eagle.
I absolutely love elopements and can help with choosing a perfect location, creating a custom timeline, etc! I’d be honored to be considered to be your elopement planner and stylist.