There are thousands of wedding venues in Oregon alone. Each one uniquely complements the photography as the natural light shifts throughout the day. Aside from the technical characteristics of a venue that contribute to the photographs, there are several other important aspects to consider: staff, size, guest accommodations, the view, location, style, etc. etc.
Below you'll find venues that Erica has enjoyed shooting along with her thoughts on what stands out about that particular location. Whether you're just beginning your search or you're ready to narrow it down, it is our hope that these spotlights will help you better visualize your wedding at the ideal venue.
Broken Top's reliably dry climate and variety of amenities make it one of the most sought-after outdoor wedding venues in Oregon.
The Foundry at Oswego Pointe offers several beautiful areas to host your event, including the Promenade, Riverside Deck and Great Hall.
Located in downtown Portland is the Hotel Vintage Plaza, a piece of Italy complete with its own restaurant and wine cellar.
The Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora, Oregon is surrounded by trees and is home to the famous Red Shed.
The expansive Portland Art Museum is the perfect choice for anyone desiring an artistic theme and a lot of guests.
Silcox Hut is for only the most adventurous bride and groom who want a very special and intimate wedding with all of their favorite people.
Located right in the Pearl District, the Urban Studio is a classy modern wedding venue with large windows and movable white walls.
This Willamette Valley venue features massive old-growth trees for shade to provide a truly outstanding outdoor experience.
With a 'Man Den,' a ballroom and in-house catering, Zenith is a wonderful venue featuring breathtaking views of Salem vineyards.