When looking for a site for your wedding ceremony you want something that makes you feel comfortable and excited to be there. Leach Botanical Gardens is an outdoor wonderland waiting for you. With lush greenery surrounding your every move, it’s no wonder it’s a such a gem in the community.
Here’s a little background about the site.
“Today the Garden welcomes you. Yearly it provides a beautiful and intimate setting for scores of events. The East Terrace, surrounded by lush garden displays, is a perfect counterpoint to the historic Manor House with its high beamed great room. The Manor House features hardwood floors, knotty pine paneling, natural light from the spacious windows and views of the surrounding trees and foliage. The dining room, including displays of artifacts belonging to John and Lilla and provides a perfect space for food and beverage service. No other place in the Metro area is quite like Portland’s Secret Garden.”
It may be Portland’s Secret Garden (that was my favorite book growing up), the ones who know about it will reserve it quickly. So plan ahead and contact them today for a visit.
We are always looking for new ways for our brides and vendors to connect. Whether it’s the annual swanky bridal show, on twitter, pinterest or facebook. The main place where we work hard to give you all love it right here, on the blog. With daily posts about fashion, DIY projects and write up’s about local vendors we want you to have fun planning your wedding day. You are making a big commitment and we want your Oregon wedding to everything you dreamed it would be.
We updated the vendor search area to now be an easy to use directory of wedding vendors. With all the categories listed out, all brides need to do it click on who you are looking for and it will take you to their listing. For vendors, simply click on “submit a listing” to add your information to the site for free. You can also choose to be the first listing in your submitted category by upgrading to a paid listing for a small monthly fee.
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Are you and your groom the outdoorsy types? Do you love long bike rides on the weekends? LifeCycle Adventures could be a honeymoon suited to your tastes! With over 10% of Portland commuters traveling by bicycle, there is bound to be some Portland brides out there into the idea of planning a cycling honeymoon. You can read more about LifeCycle Adventures in other publications like National Geographic Adventure, Esquire, Wanderlust, Men’s Journal, Delta Sky Magazine, Bike Magic, and The Sunday Times.You can keep it local in Oregon, or they also offer vacations in California, Hawaii, and Maine. A cycling honeymoon doesn’t have to be roughing it either. LifeCycle offers tons of options from small inns to staying the night in five-star hotels and resorts.
LifeCycle Adventures offers a variety of options, like a choice between a self guided tour, a private group or scheduled groups where anyone can sign up.
Other Great Options From LifeCycle Adventures
- Towns for overnight stops tailored to your tastes and how much you want to ride each day (for private and self guided tours)
- Your luggage is transported between lodgings for you
- There is van support with a mechanic in case you need it
- Breakfast is always included, and lunch and dinner vary for different options
- Other activities are available, like ziplining, wine tasting, spa treatments, balloon flights, golf, rafting, and more
- They rent bikes, or you can bring your own
Views Found On LifeCycle Adventures Trips
You can find a lot of information on the LifeCycle Adventure website, so check it out. Would you consider riding your way through your honeymoon? We want to know!