Mt Tabor Ceremony + The Evergreen Wedding Reception, Portland, Oregon Wedding Florist

Portland Wedding Florist Mt. Tabor Wedding Ceremony

Caitlin + Paul | Mt. Tabor + The Evergreen Wedding

It’s no secret that you are never *truly* safe from the threat of rain when having your wedding in Oregon.

Caitlin and Paul were married last September (my husband and I now share a wedding anniversary with these two!) on a very wet, stormy Portland day. These two live right at the base of Mt. Tabor park and decided that this beautiful wooded area would be the perfect place to say “I do.” Despite the steady rain that day, Caitlin and Paul went forward with their original plans. Their family and friends were all great sports about the weather, and I think the gloomy conditions created some of the most beautiful imagery I’ve ever seen.

The reception was held indoors at a newer venue in Portland, The Evergreen. This space is clean, modern, and hip. It really is a blank canvas, making my job as a wedding florist much more fun!

Caitlin wanted a classic white and green palette and our signature lush, organic style.  I chose to create with many seasonal flowers such as dahlias, snowberry, autumn clematis, ferns, and lysmachia.

Enjoy these beautiful images from Jamie Rae Photo. Scroll to the bottom to see other vendors involved.

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Ok, seriously, how cute is this bride with her sweet pup?!

Portland Wedding Florist The Evergreen Wedding Venue

Anemone, ranunculus, viburnum berry and rosemary boutonnieres

Portland Wedding Florist The Evergreen Wedding Venue

I loved Caitlin’s bouquet. A classic palette with Northwest flair. Her bouquet included dahlias, snowberry, garden roses, ranunculus, ferns, anemone, lysmachia, and autumn clematis.

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Portraits in the rain. So romantic!

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Vendors: Ceremony Venue: Mt. Tabor Park | Reception Venue: The Evergreen | Coordination: Whitney Werts Events | Photography: Jamie Rae Photo | Catering: White Pepper | Cake: Farina Bakery

Author: swoonfloraldesign

My name is Kim, I’m a Portland native and the owner and designer of Swoon Floral Design. Being creative has always been a significant part of my life. From a young age I was always looking for something to design, repurpose, and create. With a background in interior design and horticulture, Swoon allows me to combine my passion for flowers and foliage, color, texture, and fabulous spaces by creating one of a kind arrangements for some of the most beautiful events in Oregon. Whether you are drawn to lush garden style arrangements or simple blooms in eclectic bottles, I will ensure each creation reflects your unique style + aesthetic. I work closely with my clients, making sure their wedding or event is the most cherished of occasions. When not playing with beautiful blooms, you can find me spending time with my family and friends, on a hike, checking out local farmers markets, and exploring the Portland "foodie" scene.

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