Wedding from Peninsula Park in Portland Oregon
Portland Oregon is well known for having an abundance of great parks and Peninsula Park happens to be one of the best. I love this place and oddly enough have never photographed an event here. A few casual sessions here and there, but nothing with a large gathering of people. The area looks beautiful this time of year with flowers in bloom everywhere, you honestly can't find a bad spot to take pictures. So needless to say I was excited for Leigh and Eric's fiesta, let the wedding begin!
After a lovely ceremony in the park where it seemed most guests arrived on bike, it was time to pedal off to the reception and dance the night away. I'm not kidding when I say dance the night away. This crowd had their dancing shoes on from the moment dinner was over. This disco wedding reception rocked and I especially loved the intimate and historic setting of the Polish Library to get our party on. Congratulations Eric and Leigh on throwing an awesome celebration, that was fun!
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