Pria and Mike had the most perfect for them wedding on the Oregon coast, with close family and friends, a hike up one of their favourite peaks, a ceremony done by their friend on Short Sands Beach, and an 8 course dinner that fused Pria’s Indian heritage with Michal’s Czech up-bringing. Not to mention Pria’s killer dress made by a Miami designer using outdoor adventure materials (a train made of tarping, and a skirt made of that puffy stuff they use in jackets and sleeping bags, so cool!)

We met these two in a very different way when Pria googled Ayahuasca wedding photographers and we were the top hit, thanks to Abby’s blog post about her time in the Peruvian Jungle at an Ayahuasca healing centre. We hit it off instantly, sharing a love for the outdoors, hiking, adventure, and that ancient Amazonian tea.

The weekend was spent  in Arch Cape Oregon and it was pure magic, with sunset dog walks on the beach (Fable, Ruby and Kojak were as much a part of the weekend as any of the two-legged guests), lots of laughter and good food, and one of the most stunning natural backdrops we’ve ever seen.

Thank you to Pria and Mike for having us along on this wonderful adventure.

The details:
Getting Ready and Dinner location: Malarky’s Roost in Arch Cape, Oregon
Ring Exchange: Neahkhannie Mountain Hike
Rings: Torkkeli 
Ceremony: Short Sands Beach in Oswald West State Park
Bride’s Dress: Thomas Pham – Arraey
Catering: Kusuma Rao – Ruchikala

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