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Colorful Outdoor Oregon Wedding

Alan and Jessie wrestled with what type of wedding to have, a big and rowdy (with more of a BBQ feel) or small and intimate (with a more sophisticated feeling). They decided, without hesitation on big and rowdy and relied on the help of friends and family to throw a bit of sophistication in there.

As you will soon see their day came together beautifully, and has an effortless charm to it. They kissed, cried, danced and hugged all their loved ones. Exactly what a wedding should be. Read on to hear more from Jessie and be sure to see more of this colorful outdoor Oregon wedding in the full gallery. All captured every so beautifully by Michelle Cross.

From The Bride:
So many people contributed to our wedding in a variety of ways, and frankly almost everything about the wedding relied on the generosity and talent of someone we love. The dress, my sister in law; the cake, my cousin; the M.C., my brother; the venue, a family friend; the coordinator, a college friend; the food; aunts, uncles, cousins and more; the favors, a teacher. The good news about the big wedding is that, of course, the bigger the wedding the more hands to help.

Each guest was presented with a handmade ceramic cup made by Mike Baynes Pottery in Sisters, Oregon. Such a useful and cool wedding favor.

The day itself was surprisingly restful. Stress levels were kept low, priorities were kept straight and joy was the focus of the day. We kissed, (I cried), we ate, we drank, we danced, we hugged everyone and soaked in the company of our many loved ones and basked in the glow of a wonderful moment, on the precipice of our futures. In short: It was perfect.

Our wedding day was my absolute favorite thing I’ve ever done. Surrounded by the people who had shaped us from our youngest years, in a beautiful outdoor chapel of God’s own pine trees, Alan and I committed to stay by each other, no matter what the future holds. In the end, that is what mattered most, but I must admit the trimmings were rather delightful as well.

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Photographer: Michelle Cross
Cake: Allie Summers & Annie Shraeder
Caterer: One Street Down
Flowers: Ruth Razin at Three Sisters Floral
Groom’s Attire: Banana Republic
Jewelry: Nashelle Jewelry Design
Stationery: Paper and More
Prop or Furniture Rentals: Central Event Rentals
Bride’s Shoes : Frye
Makeup: Rachel Login | Coordinator: Stephanie Morrison | Dress Designer: Colleen Carpenter | Venue: Private Residence in Camp Sherman, Oregon | Officiant: Father Frank Goode | Favors : Mike Baynes Pottery in Sisters, Oregon

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  1. 0. Andrew Cresswell says:

    Love the shot of the ceremony with the trees and sun bleeding through, great vision :)

  2. 0. @weddingchicks says:

    Woodsy Colorful Oregon Wedding by @_MichelleCross @RPA_Lunch @TheFryeCompany @BananaRepublic @NashelleDesigns http://t.co/pcYeJeN7

  3. 0. tessa kim says:

    Gorgeous wedding!

  4. 0. Diego says:

    What a beautiful wedding… love the colors and backgrounds

  5. I am in love with the natural beauty of this day! Thank you so much for sharing.

  6. 0. @_MichelleCross says:

    Thanks to the amazing @weddingchicks ladies for featuring Alan + Jessie’s sweet wedding today. You girls are the BEST!! http://t.co/jVmxdLJ3

  7. 0. Michelle says:

    Thank you, sweet ladies, for the beautiful feature! It’s such an honor!!

  8. 0. Grace says:

    I just spoke aloud while reading this post and said, “gorgeous”. Also, that photo of the person tearing up during a toast is amazing!

  9. 0. Hannah says:

    I wish all weddings could appear so effortless! These two (and all of their guests!) look like they truly enjoyed themselves. Beautiful!

  10. 0. Marcy Lamont says:

    Such a beautiful outdoor wedding!

  11. 0. Allie says:

    Love all the wood and the cake table is fantastic, love the brides dress as well. It all looks so lovely.

  12. I love all of the cupcakes on the small logs. Very rustic and cute.

  13. 0. @WeddingDates says:

    You don’t get more rustic than storing the champagne in a wheelbarrow like in this outdoor wedding! http://t.co/fUpeDSvF

  14. 0. Nicole Zenner says:

    Such a breath-taking backdrop for beginning a life together and it looks like the couple was surrounded by love their entire day! Thank you for sharing!

  15. 0. Briana says:

    I was wondering where this wedding venue was at? I love the setting and it would be ideal to have mine next september. If you could let me know that would be great!

    Thank you!

    Briana
    http://www.weddingchicks.com/2012/11/02/colorful-outdoor-oregon-wedding/

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