When you get dressed in the morning, when you accessorize, when you define your space at the office, do you strive to make it “you”? Chances are, you do. There are some accoutrements you would never want to associate with your personal space, there are accessories you would never think to wear. And of course, there is that signature piece or color you can’t do without; all are elements of a style that is truly your own. You wouldn’t think of being someone who you aren’t, so why should your wedding be any different?
The Loft on Belmont is home to Vibrant Table. If you’ve ever come for a tasting, met with an Event Coordinator, or attended a recent Our House Chef’s Series dinner, you’ve been to The Loft – and may have even sat at our namesake, a tremendous chartreuse tableau comfortably nestled in the heart of our double-duty office/event facility. Kurt Beadell, Creative Director Extraordinaire, has garnished this unique venue in gorgeous fabrics begging to be touched, funky chandeliers, eclectic art and rich, earthly tones. Other features include a fireplace and wall-to-wall windows.
Roughly 15 x 77 feet, The Loft is one long, narrow space divided into three continuous sections: the lobby/bar, fire place, and dining room. Though each section has its own dynamic feel, they present a fluid assemblage that follows the natural progression of most events: libation, conversation and eats. The Loft works best for groups looking to relish the intimacy of gathering with friends and family, such as smaller weddings, birthdays, wine tastings, meetings or team building.
Because The Loft is Vibrant Table’s base of operations, we are able to pass our savings to our clients holding events here, and we have everything you’ll need to host a memorable celebration from beginning to end.
Thank you to Fritz Photo for generously contributing these images: bride and groom, groom with guest, view from Belmont, wedding cake.
Claudia and Noah’s wedding is the perfect combination of elegance and simplicity. With such a naturally stunning backdrop as Elk Cove Vineyards in Gaston, Oregon, Claudia wisely realized that few extra embellishments are needed to provide that ‘wow’ factor. White table tops pop with centerpieces in bright reds, oranges, and pinks – and Claudia extends her budget dollars by reusing the bridesmaid bouquets in the table decor. She continues the theme for her wedding cake decor and I absolutely LOVE how Vibrant Table’s fabulous Page Winograd spruced up the ceremony gazebo. For herself, Claudia chose a classic, yet impressive, nosegay with roses, hydrangea, bupleurum, fern curls and smoke bush. Evrim Icoz – as always – did a fantastic job of capturing the grace and beauty of the big day.