If you're thinking an evening ceremony sounds tiring and past your bedtime, I highly recommend a brunch-time celebration! Sharon and Paul had their ceremony at 10 AM at the Jenkin's Estate Tea House in Beaverton/Aloha, and it was serene and beautiful. After their ceremony, they enjoyed a farm-to-table brunch with their guests. It really gave everyone a chance to relax and interact with one another, rather than having to shout over music in a crowded space.
Although Sharon and Paul don't live in Oregon, I'm so honored they chose a venue in the city I live in. The wedding took place the day after a sustained heat wave cooled down, so the skies were overcast and the day was almost cold compared to the previous few days. The weather couldn't have been better for a brunchtime wedding.
One of my favorite details from their wedding is that Sharon's wedding band, the wedding colors, and the cake décor was of cherry blossoms. Here are a few of my favorite photos from their wedding gallery.