Taking place at the very rustic and charming Hawk View Cellars in Portland, Oregon followed by a reception at the industrial space, Union/Pine, this wedding made my heart skip a beat thanks to its effortless rustic industrial charm and minimalist wedding decorations. I am just in love how this wedding showcases how a raw industrial style wedding location can also be elegant enough for a wedding. From the photographer: On their wedding day Iris and Ryan had been in a relationship for exactly six years. During their two year engagement they discussed the details of the wedding day many times. Because Iris was finishing medical school and then was slated to take board exams—many facets of the wedding came to fruition in the 8 weeks prior. The both agreed they wanted the décor and feel to be vintage inspired and a unique juxtaposition of industrial and rustic. Thanks to Mark Mirocha Photography for sharing this wedding with us today.
Both loved the idea of an outdoor vineyard ceremony, but the weekend of the wedding, in true Oregon fashion, the forecast called for rain. With a few last minute changes their ceremony was moved from outdoors to the barrel room of Hawks View Cellars. Disheartened by the rain through the ceremony and family photos, Ryan and Iris thought they were not going to be able to have any photos taken in the actual vineyard. However, just after everyone left they vineyard to make their way to the reception, the sky opened up and the sun came creating perfect light to capture the couples love.
Their inspiration for the centerpieces came from the color palette of Union/Pine. They loved the idea of the way the color of the green succulents, flowers, and copper wire would stand out against the concrete and wood. The wood rounds also added height and depth to the centerpieces and their burned initials gave them just the right touch.
Sources – photography: Mark Mirocha Photography / venue: Hawks View Cellar / recpetion venue: Union/Pine / gown: Haunt + Holly Stalder designs / catering: Catering At Its Best / floral design: Cottage Garden Greenhouse / cakes: Helen Bernhard’s Bakery