Tie That Binds Barn Wedding Part II

We’re continuing our largest wedding feature by moving on to the venue! As described by the bride, the barn had a lot of work to be done, but family and friends came together to make it happen. See her comments after the photos.

THE BARN








































From the bride: Aside from the decor, the barn itself needed a TON of work to get it in shape for the wedding. We had chosen an area in a grassy meadow and mowed it down with hours of help from the groomsmen. Our family organized a “clean-up day” with the barn owner and spent the day sweeping, vacuuming, sweeping and more vacuuming to rid of the hay and dust. For weeks before and on the day of the wedding, family, friends, friends of friends, and the wedding party devoted their time to decorating the barn and setting up the ceremony indoors after unexpected rain. The meadow was a beautiful place that we wish we could’ve used, but the barn atmosphere was so cozy, it only added to the wonderful time we all had together.
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All photos shot by the incredible Bryan Aulick

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One response to “Tie That Binds Barn Wedding Part II

  1. Cheryl

    Where is the location of this barn? I am looking for a barn setting and have our reception

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