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portland courthouse ceremony

by Grace Bonney


They say rain is a sign of good luck on your wedding day, so this couple picked the perfect place to make sure that happened. Joe and Naomi recently got married in Portland, Oregon, and decided to hit up their favorite spots around town on the big day. After their ceremony at the courthouse, they hopped in a pedicab (driven by their friend) and drove around town, visiting local favorites like the Ace Hotel, Ristretto and Pix Patisserie. I love starting the day on a positive note, so I thought a peek at this couple’s special day would kick things off right. Also, I miss Portland and loved getting to relive some of my favorite spots while looking at their photos. Thanks to Naomi, Joe and photographer Sara Gray for sharing these photos with us (click here to see more images from Sara). More details and images continue after the jump . . . xo, grace



Wedding Details
Bride’s dress: Nordstrom
Bride’s blue jacket: Used clothing store Seams to Fit
Bride’s shoes: Zelda’s
Groom’s suit: From his grandfather, Sylvester Collette
Bouquet: Naomi’s mom
Pedicab: Generously on loan from Eugene Pedicabs, driven by bride and groom’s friend Doug Merritt.

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