Transforming a barn into a wedding wonderland is no small task. But Scott and Valerie pulled it off with flying colors thanks to family members rolling up their creative sleeves. Every inch of space was utilized with no detail unattended. Twinkle light rafters, ceremony riser, hanging flowers, DJ station, photo booth corner and even a golf cart shuttle service. After the ceremony, refreshments were served in the “saloon” while the tables were set up for dining. Heaters and porch seating kept guests dry and cozy while allowing for sweeping views of the Premore family farm in Eagle Creek. Jars of homemade preserves were provided as the “thank you” to attendees who also enjoyed music and dancing into the night. After a honeymoon in the tropics, the newlyweds return to their PDX home to continue growing their business in aquaphonics. Congratulations, Mr. & Mrs. Wright – may the love that swelled our hearts yesterday be with you always. Fun: I was listed in the program as the “Premore Family Officiant” – I married the bride’s twin sister, Kim, last summer; and her brother, Owen, in 2010. No siblings left … maybe a cousin or two?
Blue skies and acres of green were the perfect setting for Tammy and Owen’s wedding today. Held at the groom’s parents home in Eagle Creek, guests were treated to black and white decor, colorful flowers everywhere and a gorgeous day on the hillside. The bride’s parents were here from Wisconsin and other relatives attended from California and Arkansas. The newlyweds, both local artists, will enjoy a getaway at the Oregon coast before returning to their home in Milwaukie. Congratulations, Tammy and Owen, may your sweet energy nurture your marriage and bring many blessings your way. View slide show on next page. Continue reading “A Perfect Wedding Day!”