Lane and Micaela and their best friend/officiant / Maid of Honor ventured over to the Southern Oregon Coast for a beautiful Spring Elopement at Crook Point (Lookout House). They had to make the hard decision due to Coronavirus to elope on their original wedding day. They plan to go back to Crook Point in October for a full celebration with friends and family.
Although their day was not as they initially expected, it turned out to be beautiful. Please keep reading to see their first look, epic seaside wedding ceremony, and intimate dinner overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
There are even more photos in the full gallery captured by Oregon wedding photographer, Victoria Carlson Photography.
Woodsy First Look
They first looked at Arch Rock Main Lawn and celebrated with Kisses and Coronas before their ceremony. So cute!
The amazing boho chic wedding bouquet is designed by Freckled Fleurs - a Florist Studio in Grants Pass, Oregon. This Oregon florist specializes in curating truly unique floral experiences in various styles like -modern, boho, earthy, and organic.
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Adventure Elopement Site
The bride, groom, officiant/Maid of Honor went south about a mile to Samuel Boardman State Corridor's start for a dramatic Pacific Northwest elopement ceremony.
Freckled Fleurs created a stunning floral backdrop that Lane and Micaela stood in front of and said their vows to each other with the endless breathtaking view behind them.
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Intimate Wedding Dinner
To wrap up a beautiful day, these two had brought a take n' bake pizza from Kaleidoscope Pizza to enjoy a beautifully curated tablescape overlooking the Pacific Ocean on a windless evening.
As you scroll down, you'll see that each of their parents wrote them letters on their special day. Although they could not be there, they sent them each a sweet note.
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