When clients ask me for general wedding advice the first thing I always say is this: Only do what’s important to YOU. Weddings can become complex in a hurry, and I think it’s vital to make sure that everything you have planned serves a purpose, and to make sure that purpose is meaningful to YOU.
Leave it to Daniel and Breanne to find this little out of the way venue in Oregon’s often overlooked Tillamook State Forest. It couldn’t have been more them or serve the purpose of their small, beautiful wedding any better.
Where I first found Daniel. In the zone and ready.
A quiet walk to the area we selected for the first look.
I love meadows surrounded by big trees.
At the end of the trail lies: 1. beer and 2. chocolate.
"I present to you for the fist time..."
Most guests were too far away to throw their confetti during the recessional, so I quickly arranged everyone into a circle. It was one of the funnest moments of the day.
Daniel and Breanne's first dance.
The awesome little cabin at Tillamook State Forest.
With all the activity happening inside, it's a discipline to keep an eye on the light just outside the windows.
With a burn ban in effect, glow sticks are the next best thing after sparklers.