The Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum is a unique and magical place for a wedding. Situated in Stevenson, Washington, the museum is surrounded by gorgeous scenery and wildlife, including bald eagles soaring and singing high above.
Brian and Robin chose to treat their guests to a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of Seattle and an Interpretive Center Museum wedding made for a beautiful destination. The ceremony took place just outside the museum, beside beautiful carved totem poles with the Columbia Gorge as a backdrop.
Their decor was simple, allowing the location to have the most impact, and the paella dinner was a fun and delicious highlight to the evening. For dessert Brian and Robin chose to have a small cake to cut plus a table full of macaroons and other delicate delights for their guests.
During sunset portraits Brian and Robin enjoyed the rustic side of the museum, opting to have their portraits taken next to old train cars, brightly colored trucks, and an old mine shaft museum display. The museum itself made for a striking backdrop and set the scene for their day perfectly.
As you can well see from the photographs below, Brian and Robin’s wedding was full of emotion, love, and excitement for the newlyweds. Tears were abundant throughout the ceremony and laughter filled the evening.
That’s What They Said – A 5 Star Review!
“Briana was such a pleasure to work with. She is super professional and equally personable. Every step of the way was made easy, online, on the phone, and in person. Her attention to detail immediately earned our trust, which is so critical for your wedding day. The result was a large collection, and I mean a lot, of INCREDIBLE photographs. Briana has a wonderful eye, is charming, and the perfect photographer for your special occasion! Thank you again Bria, you captured moments that we can cherish forever!”Brian & Robin