Stacey and Jordan's wedding at Jasper House Farm, a beautiful Oregon outdoor wedding venue.
Stacey and Jordan's gorgeous wedding held at a beautiful Oregon outdoor wedding venue.So many brides search for the "Perfect" place to have their wedding. Fortunately, Stacey and Jordan found it at Jasper House Farm, near Pleasant Hill, Oregon. I would provide a link, but they have no website or facebook page but they don't have one. Gotta drive there. But Here is their phone number: Don Chase 541-915-6135
And this location that they found via word of mouth was so pretty and unique. So many options, I could have shot there for hours on end.
It is a wedding photographers' dream.Ironically, it is about 2 miles from where I grew up and my parents were good friends with the former owners.
Stacey and Jordan were an absolute joy to photograph. Both are obviously easy on the eyes, but were so accommodating, they allowed me to have them do some pretty fun stuff. Everything went so smoothly and the whole wedding was a blast.
Stacey had this cute idea: I had photographed Jordan ever since he was a young boy and did his senior portraits, as well as extended family portraits-the ones below were taken in seven years ago.A few years ago he showed up at my studio wearing his UPS uniform delivering a package as part of his training. When he got engaged and called me to have me be his photographer, I felt very honored. I always love the challenge of providing stunning images while helping the newlyweds have the best time possible on the most important day of their lives.
Getting a close of of the groomsmen's flasks. The flowers were provided by Shamrock Flowers and Gifts of Eugene.They looked absolutely fabulous. Located on Coburg Road, I've done dozens of weddings with them over the years. The Lei's & ladies flower crowns were given by Pekelo & Aileen Day (the Grooms grandmother & her ukulele talented husband) who live on the big island in Hawaii.
The pretty dress was purchased from I do Bridal in Seattle Washington. Stacey looks like a princess. The Tuxedos were from Blush Bridal, another well known place in Eugene who offers wedding attire.The food was catered by one of my favorite restaurants: Marche,The DJ was Barry MacGuire (below),who was excellent (gotta to have a person who KNOWS what tunes to get folks on the dance floor). The delicious and photographic cake was provided by Beeter's Bakery of Eugene (Jordan did the Legos though!).The grooms' cousin from Bend did the videography and brought his awesome drone. I'll bet he created a superb video. One way to have your wedding go smoothly? Hire a great team of qualified professionals like Jordan and Stacey did.
I'd recommend all of these wedding vendors to any bride looking for the very best.Here is a link to a short trailer video I made for them. Hope you Enjoy!
A beautiful Oregon outdoor wedding venue.