A 10-year anniversary is truly something to celebrate and for Tina + Brian, a cute little greenhouse in the woods was the way to do it! T + B are the owners of the rad lifestyle company (multee)project and we’ve been following their story for some time now. From their 5-year anniversary vow renewal to Tina’s adorable baby shower, to their sweet Mila’s boba-inspired birthday party! And now, for the next chapter! A rather enchanting celebration with friends in a glass greenhouse tucked away in the woods. Swoon. Here’s what Tina told us about the inspiration:
When Brian and I started thinking about how we wanted to celebrate our 10 years of marriage together, we knew we wanted to share a relaxing and love-filled weekend with our friends who have become like family to us. We wanted the entire weekend to feel personal and warm.
Tina worked with event stylist and coordinator Jamie Dodson to bring her vision for the celebration to life. The main focus? Intimate, meaningful, and budget-friendly. Three couples joined them for a long weekend away at Rachel + Rico Castillero’s property, The Woodlands House, up in Sandy, OR.
The Castillero’s are also the duo behind Studio Castillero, and they snapped some dreamy photos of the whole event. To the woods!
Mini Greenhouse Invitations
Safe to say that if Tina + Brian are throwing a party, we want to be invited. And speaking of invitations, these mini-greenhouses are amazing. Each featured lettering by Tina her self, graphics by The Prince and the Proper, and paper ferns by The Striped Petal.
The welcome bag included: a bag from Baggu, jewelry from Quill Jewelry, coffee from Heart Coffee Roasters, a blanket from Gunn & Swain, fern matches from McGee & Co. and a candle from Brooklyn Candle Studio.
Dinner in the Woods
The greenhouse was lit by bistro lights and a chandelier for a catered dinner and toasts to the couple!
The dinner was catered by local chef Brittany Baldwin of Portland Home Chef and the table was decorated in elements combined from pieces the couple brought from home, plates already on the property, and items purchased from Target, IKEA, and Anthropologie. The only thing rented was the silverware from The Party Place!
On Sunday morning as we started preparing for our intimate evening celebration dinner, Brian and our 2-year-old daughter walked around the breathtaking forest grounds picking ferns for the dinner place cards.
Tina collaborated with Jamie Dodson to create the sweetest design! Jamie really focused on sustainability and natural elements:
From the get-go, we were largely focused on being intentional and as sustainable as possible with the details, and I love how all the modern, nature-inspired elements came together to create a deeply personal, glowy, magical weekend for their family and closest friends.
A 10-Year Anniversary Celebration
Mila was most definitely the star of the show in that adorable outfit! Tina dressed her in a bonnet from Briar Baby, dress from Noble Carriage, tights from Gray Label, and boots from Mon Petite Shoes.
Cheers to 10 years!
The best part of the evening was sharing an unforgettable meal with our friends while the acoustic guitarist played our favorite John Mayer songs, laughter and love filling the dreamy glasshouse.
Quite the way to celebrate, don’t you think? All our congrats to Tina + Brian…we can’t wait to see what the next chapter holds!
photography: Rachel and Rico Castillero // venue name: The Woodlands House, Sandy, Oregon, USA // event design: Jamie Dodson // wedding dress: Yumi Kim // wedding dress boutique: BHLDN // groom attire: Theory // calligraphy: Tina Yang // catering: Portland Home Chef // specialty rentals: The Party Place // music: Andy Salomon // day of coordinator: Dayna Salomon // invitation design + concept: Tina Yang and Jamie Dodson // invitation lettering: Tina Yang // graphic design: Ramon Gomez-Rodriguez – The Prince and the Proper // paper ferns: The Striped Petal // green plates: Target // kid’s plate: Xenia Taylor // napkins: Kelly Wearstler for Sferra // cups: Anthropologie // hurricane vases: IKEA // table runner: World Market // groom: Brian Chen // printing: Envelopments