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Congratulations Allison and Kevin – married at the Ainsworth House in Oregon City

The Ainsworth House in Oregon City is a beautiful setting for weddings. We worked with the bride to select blooms to compliment the history of the Greek Revival home and grounds. Old fashioned touches of dahlias, garden roses, and dusty miller created a soft, romantic bridal bouquet. Bridesmaids carried Tiffany blue hydrangeas which popped against their coral dresses. We used our shephard’s crooks to hang mason jars with alternating dahlias and hydrangeas as row markers for the ceremony. Low centerpeices featured floating dahlias over blue glass marbles.

Thank you to Catherine Conkey at White Rabbit Studioz for sharing these gorgeous photographs with us. She does an incredible job and really captures the magic of the wedding. Check out more of her work at www.whiterabbitstudioz.com.

coral, Tiffany blue hydrangeas wedding at Ainsworth House in Oregon City

The Ainsworth House & Gardens, A Stunning Local Venue!

We are incredibly excited to announce that we are now a preferred vendor for the Ainsworth House & Gardens.  With nearly 3,000 square feet of indoor reception space as well as lush outdoor ceremony sites, the Ainsworth House is the perfect place for any event, and can accommodate  up to 125 guests.  This decadent venue is tucked away on two immaculate acres in a quiet Oregon City neighborhood; far from the noise of busy streets yet just a quick commute from anywhere in the Portland area.  Our studio is located less than two miles from The Ainsworth house, and we are happy to do onsite consultations at the venue.

The house itself has a rich history, and was originally built in 1851 on an 18 acre site.  Over the years, the house has been added to, with a major addition being put on in 1851, and then the bay windows between 1910 and 1920.  The house maintained all 18 acres until 1990, when the then-owners began selling off extra land for development. The house currently has just over 2 acres and is protected by being on the National Historical Registry.

For more information on this fantastic venue, please see their website at www.AinsworthHouse.net or visit them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AinsworthHouseAndGardens.

 

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