We met Leanne and Max through Haley Richter Photography and they could not have been more sweet and kind. This wedding was our last wedding before the Pandemic shut down events, so we are glad we ended our year on such an amazing note. The Inn at the Barley Sheaf Farm is such a great space and we adore working there as much as we can.
Keristin from Haley Richter Photography did an amazing job of photographing every detail through out the day.
We selected the best of the season when it came to the flowers. Leanne’s bouquet was sweet and lush, filled with all white roses, sweet peas, ranunculus, anemones, tulips. The fresh winter greens off eucalyptus and smilax made a perfect romantic bouquet.
We came up with a design first by using an arch onsite, but soon realized the structure of the wood beams would block this beautiful moment. We quickly pivoted and turned the beam into our focal piece and draped florals and greens above the beam to create a drape down the left side, to make our own invisible arch! We thought that in using the building itself as our structure it would be more unique and out of the box and this is what our clients love so much.
Once Leanne and Max were married we flipped the ceremony greens to create an amazing focal moment for the luscious sweetheart table! The venue itself was filled with sunlight and bright white walls that created such a luxurious feeling. Bud vases and taper candles filled half the tables for some ambiance, while the other half had some larger floral centerpieces.
Venue: The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
Photographer: Haley Richter Photography
Hair + Makeup: Daneene Jensen + Associates
Dress: Everthine Bridal with the Anais Anette dress
Cake: The Caketeria
Tuxedos: The Black Tux
Officiant: Humbleman Weddings
DJ: No Macarena