As far as beautiful handmade touches are concerned, this wedding from Nakalan McKay Photography and Botanica Floral Design has got it going on. From the antique doors at the beginning of the ceremony aisle to the hanging window backdrop at the altar, every bit was made with love and shines with a sweet simplicity that’s always elegant.
From the bride, Becca: I wanted our wedding day to be focused on the life commitment we were making. I wanted the day to be personal, to show all of our guests how much we love each other and how we take our commitment seriously. The overall feel of the day I wanted to be whimsical and beautiful; a place guests felt welcomed and comfortable to have a great time.
I absolutely loved everything about our day. From decorations to the flowers to our vows, it was perfect. My favorite pieces of our wedding were the altar and entrance doors built by my talented brother-in-law. The altar was exactly what I envisioned and it added the perfect backdrop for the most important day of our lives. Mason and I had a blast and we have so much fun reliving that very special day.
From the photographer, Nakalan McKay: This wedding was a big deal to me as Becca’s family are very close friends of mine. Knowing Mason and Becca and how badly they wanted to be married, made witnessing their beautiful vows all the more precious and sweet.
Wedding Location: Wilsonville, OR / Photographer: Nakalan McKay Photography / Floral Design: Botanica Floral Design / Day-Of Coordination: Claire Voisine / Venue: River Haven / Wedding Dress: Nicole Miller via The English Department / Headpiece: Liv Hart / Wedding Shoes: Steve Madden / Jewelry: Nordstroms / Caterer: Dalton’s Northwest Catering / Wedding Cake: St. Honoré Boulangerie / Wooden Details and Props: Three Arrow Design & Build / Music: John Ross Productions / Photo Booth Equipment: Brian Zaro / Second Shooter: Joanna Traeger Photography / Videographer: Watertown Films