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Gray and Yellow Wedding in Bend, Oregon

  • Kimberly Teichrow Photography, Bend, OR
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Asheley & Nathan in Bend, OR
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Although Asheley isn’t a big fan of wedges, she knew they were a must for the outdoor wedding. She looked all over until she found these bright-yellow ones to match her color scheme.
Victoria’s Secret, VictoriasSecret.com
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Asheley and Nate decorated their wooden arch with hanging crystals they purchased online. Pearlized card stock printed with guests’ names was attached to each crystal so that they doubled as escort cards.
Crystalier.com
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Because Asheley loves bright colors, she asked her florist to use a mix of yellow roses and tulips, orange dahlias and roses, and pink dendrobium orchids in her bouquet.
Donna Flower Shop, Bend, OR
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Nate and Asheley agreed that tuxedos would be too formal for their outdoor ceremony, and picked casual, gray suits with yellow ties for the guys
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Asheley and Nate wanted a sleek and modern cake. To get the look, their baker created a shorter top layer and frosted the cake with light-gray buttercream. White dots, fresh yellow flowers, and the couple’s monogram finished it off. The cake was filled with three flavors: spice cake with caramel apple filling, white cake and Bavarian cream, and cho ...
The Cake Lady, Bend, OR
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Asheley and Nate’s ceremony took place outside on the Aspen Hall grounds. The couple borrowed a wooden arch to use as their arbor and set up simple white chairs for their guests. Because it had rained the entire week before the wedding, the trees and grass were especially lush.
Aspen Hall, Bend, OR
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Asheley got the idea to monogram the ceremony chairs from the DIY area on TheKnot.com. She went to her local craft store and picked up two wooden initials -- an “A” and an “N” -- and painted them green and yellow. She hung the initials with yellow ribbon on the ceremony chairs to designate the bride’s side from the groom’s.
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Asheley wore a classic, strapless Maggie Sottero gown and personalized it with a handmade birdcage veil and a flower hairpin. She found the fun hairpiece on Etsy.com.
Bella Brides, Bend, OR
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Asheley let her bridesmaids pick out their own yellow dresses. Coincidentally, three of them chose the same Empire-waist, knee-length one.
David’s Bridal, Portland, OR

Asheley & Nathan in Bend, OR

One could say that Nate is a persistent guy. In grammar school, he asked Asheley out several times, and every time she turned him down. They became good friends, and during their junior year of high school, Nate tried asking again. That time, Asheley decided to give him a chance, and the two have been together ever since. The Bride Asheley Martino, 22, graphic designer and tech support The Groom Nathan Hayes, 22, carbon fiber fabricator The Date June 21 On Christmas Eve on their five-year anniversary, Nathan took Asheley out to dinner at their favorite restaurant. When Asheley excused herself from the table, Nathan hid an engagement ring in her napkin. “He picked out the ring all by himself and it fit just perfectly!” says Asheley. The couple chose Aspen Hall for the wedding site and used a yellow-and-gray color palette to pull together all of the details.
- Ariel Davis
Their Ingredients
  • Kimberly Teichrow Photography, Bend, OR
  • Victoria’s Secret, VictoriasSecret.com
  • Crystalier.com
  • Donna Flower Shop, Bend, OR
  • The Cake Lady, Bend, OR
  • Aspen Hall, Bend, OR
  • Bella Brides, Bend, OR
  • David’s Bridal, Portland, OR

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