Ready for Part 2 of the incredible Kelly & Joseph’s wedding series? After throwing a completely spectacular event on the Mayan Riveria, the couple headed to Portland to have a casual and intimate but equally gorgeous wedding at a private cabin in the woods.
This wedding was all Kelly and Joseph – everything was vintage, they had a million photographer friends taking photos (including the wonderful Leah Verwey), picnic blankets, kazoos, karaoke and more. This had to be one of the most laid-back and fun weddings ever!
To get to the ceremony site near Mt Hood, guests (and their dogs) were first lead on a magical trek through the woods. How precious is the shot of them walking across the wooden beam?
This wedding had a ton of color, starting with Kelly’s lovely bouquet. It was perfectly imperfect, with a ton of fun-factor elements.
Check out all the multitude of glassware – all vintage, of course. So gorgeous and easy to put together.
Donuts trumped the traditional wedding cake for this shindig, an ideal choice if you ask us.
What a perfect end to their epic saga, right? Actually, Kelly just told us she traveled to Illinois after this for yet another reception! You crazy kids – go have some fun now and enjoy your newlywed status.
To see more from these two, don’t forget to check out the before & after shots from their Mexican wedding.
Custom Convertible Dress: Sarah Seven / Bolero (only in some photos at the Mayan Ruins): Toccata on Etsy / Necklace: Arleigh at Frank Jewellery by Design / Shoes: Biviel / Joseph’s outfit: All thrift-store finds / Veil, Poms, Ringbook, Guestbook, Flags, Rock and Succulent Centerpieces, Cake-Topper, Corsages: all made by the bride with help by friends and family (amazing!)