Multi-Location Oregon Elopement | Kayla + Jamison

This Oregon elopement embodied pure happiness, serene vibes, and a deep connection with nature. The blend of exploring natural beauty with the downtown charm created a really unique gallery. I hope this inspires you to consider the magic of selecting multiple locations for your elopement, just as Kayla and Jamison did. We ventured through several scenic spots, transforming the celebration into a full-day date filled with love and unforgettable moments.


Choosing to explore multiple locations on your elopement day can add a touch of uniqueness and personalization. Take inspiration from Kayla and Jamison, who began their day with a simple yet sweet act—decorating the cake in their Portland Airbnb that Jamison had made the night before. This set a warm tone and eased them into the day’s adventures. Personalizing their experience, they incorporated trinkets from their families for detail photos.

We ventured into downtown Portland for Vegan food truck bites and casually explored the city. The adventure continued with a visit to Latourell, capturing epic portraits against the backdrop of the waterfall. Each carefully chosen location and thoughtful activity contributed to a day that was uniquely theirs, highlighting the beauty of tailoring an elopement to reflect the couple’s personality and love story. My highlight from this elopement has to be Jamison’s infectious happiness and laughter. Given they are both introverts (apparently, I attract quite a few!), ensuring they felt comfortable was a top priority. We had an absolute blast exploring various spots throughout their day, and I genuinely loved introducing them to more of Oregon.


“My god, we have no words for how magical that day was! Thank you SO MUCH for everything you did for us – it was pure bliss and we’ve been living in the clouds the past few days. ALSO, those sneak peek images are AH-MAZING!! I keep catching Jamison staring at them at random times during the day (and the same for me…). Our day would not have been possible without all of your support and encouragement. Hands down best decision we’ve made – the day was truly perfect.”

The day concluded at sunset in Government Cove, where Kayla and Jamison held their self-led ceremony. Luckily, the sun made a special appearance just in time for their vows. After officially being pronounced married (by yours truly), they celebrated with sparkling cider and cake. I love how they brought bubbles! Despite the challenge from the wind, it led to some sweet photos and was a cute way for them to embrace their inner child. Their first dance happened during blue hour, with Kayla leaving the song choice to Jamison. Surprisingly, he went for a hard rock song, which was hilarious and unexpected.


Elopement planning can be stress-free. If you want to add a unique touch to your ceremony but need some inspiration, take a peek at my blog featuring 14 Elopement Ceremony Ideas! Are you ready to begin your Oregon elopement planning? Click here to fill out my contact form. Let’s chat soon!


Florals | Sammy’s Flowers

Wedding Dress | Anthropologie

Grooms Attire | Indochino

MUA | Marina Haynes Artistry + Esthetics

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