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The Happy Couple
Brooke and Josh got hitched before 240 guests at Camp Korey, a dairy farm turned camp for kids with serious illnesses. Every detail, including the ceremony flowers and the reception decor, reflected the couple’s white-on-white color scheme and the coolness of the early April day. “I love that time of year,” says Brooke. “It’s all about potential.” Just like their brand-new marriage.l about potential.” Just like their brand-new marriage.
The groom, clad in Lanvin, and the bride, wearing J. Mendel, hold each other close.
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The couple’s programs feature blind-hit letterpressing, where imprints are made in the paper but no ink is used.
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Both the ceremony and reception took place in one section of Camp Korey’s hippodrome (guests moved into another area set off by canvas curtains while the space was transformed). The huppa, draped in strips of silk dupioni, sequined tulle, cotton, and organdy, was left standing for the party.
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Ranunculus and blossoming branches in white ceramic vases lend subtle elegance to every table. Porcelain cherry and dogwood blossoms were attached to the branches, and porcelain magnolia flowers were set at the base of the vessels.
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Strips of fancy fabric adorn the huppa, and trompe l’oeil slipcovers transform the venue’s chairs.
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The dupioni silk cushion is topped with a silk blossom and gold thread.
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The Bridesmaids' Bouquets
Each friend carried a posy of porcelain flowers and hand-cut fabric leaves.
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Turkish delight candy was served alongside homemade cookies and Jordan almonds.
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Escort cards hang behind the guest book table, which later became the dessert bar.
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Java to Go
Departing guests filled porcelain travel cups with tea or Stumptown coffee.
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The bride and groom sway to “No One’s Gonna Love You,” by Band of Horses.
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Two tepees, decked out with chairs and pillows, make cozy hangouts for friends and family.
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Location: Camp Korey
Event Design and Production: Lisa Vorce of Oh, How Charming!
Event Design and Flowers: Mindy Rice Floral and Event Design
Catering: Tom Douglas Catering
Stationery and Escort Cards: Papel Paper & Press
Calligraphy: Bryn Chernoff of Paperfinger
Cake: Bakery Nouveau
Wedding Photography: Aaron Delesie
Turkish Delight: Sahadi’s
Porcelain Cups: I Am Not a Paper Cup
Ceremony and Cocktail Music: Portland Cello Project
DJ: Anthony Soike, a.k.a. DJ Swon at Red Shoe
Specialty Decor: Barker Decor Service