As I designed this day I kept describing it as a “museum installation in the middle of the woods”. We wanted fun, we wanted color, we wanted unconventional, and we wanted it on a tree deck in the middle of remote Camas, Washington woods overlooking breathtaking mountain and forest views. The logistics that go into pulling off a remote-location wedding are MANY, but when the couple has the passion and they find the place that inspires them to take their lovestory to the next level; we make it happen!
One of the more unique design elements of this event was the seating chart, escort cards, and table themes. We designed each table to be a color rather than a table number, and the seating chart consisted of smiley face pins of different colors, instructing guests to find the table that matched. This created cohesion and was user-friendly, but it also worked in whimsy, fun, and interaction from the guests. There is a reason why wedding decor if often matching and uniform (hint: it’s much simpler!), but my favorite part of designing this day was sourcing monochromatic colored objects for the better part of a year to bring our vision for unique, “found-object” and interactive center pieces.
Design + Planning: Kayloe Bridal
Photography: Casi Yost
Videography: CH1 Films
Venue: Noble Ridge Tree Deck
Florist: Novella Floral
Catering: The Hive
Bartending: Bliss Bar
Dessert: La Rosa, Dos Hermanos, Champagne Poetry, Oakland Fortune Cookies
Signage: Trellis Creative
HAMU: The Wildeflower Collective