Wedding Videography in Portland, Oregon
Having a wedding in Portland, Oregon? Great choice! Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon and the seat of Multnomah County. Furthermore, it’s a major port in the Willamette Valley region of the Pacific Northwest, at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. The city covers 145 square miles and had an estimated population of 639,863 in 2016 making it the 26th most populous city in the United States, and the second-most populous in the Pacific Northwest. Portland is a wonderful city to get married in.
Pacific Hearts Loves Portland!
We love filming weddings in Portland. The lights, atmosphere, culture…you name it, Portland has a lot to offer a bride and groom during their BIG day. Not long ago we filmed a romantic wedding at the Benson Hotel in downtown Portland and were amazed at the beauty of this historic hotel. The Benson features two of the most beautiful ballrooms in all of Portland—perfect for weddings, conferences and other events. They also have a range of meeting and private dining rooms to fit your needs. In addition, their catering and events staff are always available to lend their expertise and help you create the perfect gathering that will be remembered by all your guests and attendees.
We would love to film your wedding day in Portland, Oregon. And, since we want your wedding day to happen without a hitch, we want to help you out with suggestions on a couple of wedding vendors.
- Need a wedding cake? Try Sprinkles of Joy. Here’s a note from the owner herself:
“Hi, I’m Kelly, the owner and confectionery creator! I grew up baking in the kitchen with my family and my own creativity grew when I received my easy bake oven for Christmas when I was nine. I delighted in sharing my treats with my loved ones, and even made my puppy various cakes and treats!
As I grew older, my passion continued to grow and I knew that I wanted to pursue baking as a career. I sought out more education to learn from the best and have a solid foundation for my baking knowledge. I graduated from Le Cordon Bleu with my degree in Baking and Patisserie in 2016. After working for several bakeries in the Portland area, my heart was leading me to explore my own baking business.
2. Need a photographer for your wedding? Try Studio 98. About them:
“Your wedding isn’t just another day. It’s a celebration of life and love, and the first chapter in the story of your new lives together. As photographers we don’t want to just take pictures. We want to capture the details, moments and emotions that make your wedding day uniquely yours. A fresh approach to our photography allows us to tell a story though images rather than just taking a huge pile of snapshots.
Throughout the day we practice what you might call a “low impact” style of photography – we shoot your wedding day as it unfolds naturally instead of directing and dictating things the way we think they should be. This isn’t to say we won’t do subtle things here and there to ensure your photos are fabulous. We most definitely do! But the photos will also capture all of the time, care and planning that you’ve put into making everything perfect.”
3. Need an officiant for your wedding day? Try Rev. Jon Turino. More about Rev. Turino from his Facebook Page:
“Let me help you have your ceremony your way. If you select me you can get an up-front planning session, ongoing consults, questionnaires and planning sheets, and a fully tailored script for your ceremony for a very competitive and affordable price. Plus I arrive early and can arrange for prior rehearsals.
I’ll help you – if you’d like – to customize the ceremony and vows – standard or your own – so that your ceremony on your special day is as perfect as you want it to be. I’m happy to incorporate special elements – sand, unity candle or others – so that your ceremony exactly fits your needs, wants, and desires. I’ll work with you and your planning, venue, and coordination vendors so that everything runs smoothly and happily. Visit the booking calendar on the left to check for available dates or contact me – even on booked dates – to see if a specific time on that date might still be available.”