Margaret and Ryan dreamed of a snowy winter wedding and although the forecast for their big day looked to be snow-less, a surprise storm ended up rolling through. They chose to be outside during their first looks so that they could get the wintery photos they craved and The Sunriver Resort in Oregon was the perfect place to get cozy and celebrate inside while delicate white snow blanketed the landscape outside.
Margaret looked absolutely dreamy in her vintage-inspired pale blush gown with its gorgeous beaded detailing and her bridesmaids were right on trend in non-matching gowns. They chose taupe, blush and white as their color scheme, perfect for a winter wedding and wonderfully complemented by their white bouquets accented with lush greenery. Ryan looked dapper in indigo paired with blush accessories to match his bride and his groomsmen were handsome in light gray suits paired with blue ties that matched Ryan’s suit.
The ceremony and reception both took place inside the resort’s stunning multi-level Great Hall, a warm feeling space with wooden walls and a grand stone fireplace at one end. White floral arrangements of hydrangea, calla lilies and baby’s breath with plenty of greenery and sparkling gold accents created stunning winter themed decor and set the scene for an evening of dinner, dancing and snapping pics to share on social media with the couple’s hashtag: #tuckereverlasting.
Photographer: Joshua Rainey Photography//Officiant:Ken Brown//Caterer: Sunriver Resort//Event Venue: Sunriver Resort//Floral Designer: Bend Bouquets//Event Planner:Amy Quiring//DJ:BMAC Productions//Cinema and Video:Blue Bus Creatives