Kayla and Ben are seriously the cutest couple! They have similar personalities and some differences which helps make them the perfect couple. They agree on so many things and love a lot of the same activities. “It’s impossible to imagine days without each other” -Kayla.
They got married at Cooper Spur Resort at the Log Home in Oregon with an incredible mountain view. Everything about the day looks like perfection. Can you believe Kayla and her family did all the flowers DIY style? They are so beautiful!
Covid changed their long planned wedding day in many ways, but in the end they had the wedding of their dreams. The wedding was planned to be intimate and private near Mount Hood. They loved the trees and mountain views at Cooper Spur and knew it wood be perfect for their wedding.
They kept their celebration simple, safe and full of fun. Kayla’s white lace dress is the Brianna by Calle Blanche which she found at Madeleines Bridal Boutique in Clovis, CA. She knew it was the right dress as soon as she put it on. No other dress could compare! Despite it getting held back in shipping due to Covid-19, she did get the dress of her dreams. Her gorgeous shoes are from Badgley Mischka and she topped off her look with earings from Saxon Jeweler in Bend, OR.
I absolutely love her pink bridal dresses from Birdy Grey and the pop of pink she added to the bouquets to match! I think my favorite detail was how they added in Bonta Gelato from Bend. I crave their gelato all the time!
“Our wedding is almost entirely DIY from the flowers down to the cake decorations! We also have a Polaroid picture style guest book with fun places to hang the photos. Another fun thing we have is Bonta Gelato catering as our desert choice. Our vision for the day is a rustic vibe that has been DIY-ed to show our outdoorsy love. We also have outdoor lighting for lawn games and dancing under the sky!” – Kayla
I’d say they totally nailed an elegant, rustic and fun DIY wedding! One of the best parts was their DIY Polaroid photo guest book. They transformed an old wood pallet into a beautiful rustic place for the photos and notes from the guests to hang.
Kayla knew Ben was the one within the first year of dating. They always made time for each other and for Kayla, being with Ben was like being home. I mentioned they are the cutest right?
Ben proposed at Multnomah Falls on Kayla’s birthday. While admiring the amazing waterfall, Ben asked a random person to take a photo of them. He put it on video, got down on one knee and proposed. The rest of the day was magical. “I don’t think we stopped smiling at each other the whole” – Kayla
After spending seven years kayaking, backpacking, traveling and watching movies with each other, their big day finally came! To Kayla and Ben, marriage means committing to each other and drawing close together to work through thick and thin.
Kayla and Ben,
Your wedding photos are so beautiful and hope the day was the wedding of your dreams. I have really enjoyed getting to know both of you! I hope marriage teaches you new things about each other and helps you cherish the things you already know. May all you days with one another be a blessing!