• Our 1940's Portland Courthouse Wedding

    Saying our vows at the Multnomah County Courthouse. Our judge, Angel Lopez, was really great and personable. And he laughed when he saw our last name, which put us and our families at ease. I was so excited and a bit giddy, and said "I do" before I was supposed to. 
    On the stairs at the courthouse, just after taking our vows. 
    Garrett's uncle went and rented a scooter for us. We wound up just using it for some cute pictures rather than actually riding around town. Having never used an electric scooter before, I was a bit worried I'd crash it.
    We reserved Barlow, a super neat little bar/restaurant just a few blocks from the courthouse for our reception. We had our vintage music playing and got to do a little dancing. Our first dance was technically "In The Mood" by Glen Miller. We all went out dancing later that night at the Secret Society in Portland. 
    I made my dress from a 1940's pattern I bought from a seller on Etsy. I'm planning on doing an entire YouTube video on my outfit soon, so if you're interested keep an eye out for that!
    It was seriously the happiest day of my life, and I wouldn't change a thing!
  • Comments on this post (14 comments)

    • Florence Emerson says...

      Thank You for sharing with us. Your pictures are lovely!

      October 16, 2019

    • Anke says...

      Congratulations and can I say the photos are just wonderful- as my mom would say “it shows pure joy!”

      July 23, 2019

    • Kimberly Fawn says...

      Congratulations! You looked beautiful and adorable!

      July 22, 2019

    • Lisa says...

      Thanks for sharing these lovely pics of your wedding! Wishing you and your groom all the best.

      July 22, 2019

    • Theresa says...

      Congratulations to you both! Blessings on your new life together. Loving your photos and vintage style wedding. I must say, Murders Knits does have a sassy ring to it. :-)

      July 20, 2019

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