Prepare your eyes for the most breathtaking micro wedding of the year. 2020 has been all about compromise and adjusting, right? Infections disease doctor Nandita and her husband Ryan were in the same boat with all the couples having to make adjustments this year. They had planned a big, bright, colorful Indian wedding for the end of May. They soon realized that their dream wedding was going to look a lot different. With a lot of grace and a desire to still have a beautiful and meaningful day, Nandita and Ryan decided to change their plans to include a small ceremony in front of the stunning Smith Rock followed by an intimate dinner reception back at Brasada Ranch where it was all planned originally. I can’t pick what I like more – her dresses (gasp!) or her bright and beautiful bouquet.
I am so grateful to have worked with Nandita to create custom invitations, napkins, and signage for her special day. Her kindness and resilience in the face of an extremely difficult year will not be forgotten.
Please enjoy stunners by Victoria Carlson Photography.
v e n d o r s
photography: Victoria Carlson Photography
florals: Summer Robbins Flowers
location: Brasada Ranch
planning: Bridal Bliss Northwest
hair + makeup: Cassidy Elise Bridal
rentals: Heirlooms & Co.
invitations + signage: My Fair Letters