Welcome back for the final segment of our series about a June wedding at Redeemed Farm.
Today I’m sharing the barn itself which contains the ceremony and reception space.
Believe it or not, this barn was moved from another location into this space in January 2016. They have a really interesting video of the move on the Redeemed Farm website, you can check that out here.
The upstairs of the barn can be set up for the wedding ceremony.
As you can see, the space was still being decorated while I was there.
There was a basket of vintage hankies at the entrance to this space for those of us who always seem to cry at weddings.
The main floor is where the reception is held.
It’s such a beautiful space.
I love this row of sconces all down the wall filled with windows.
The day before the wedding several of us from Reclaiming Beautiful helped Monique decorate this space with some gorgeous vintage touches like mismatched floral china for the place settings.
Don’t you just love to see old floral china put to good use?
The chairs at the main table all got pretty pink swags of tulle …
Naturally the bride and groom had reserved seating.
I think Monique had been saving up milk glass vases for years in preparation for a wedding!
She’d ordered dozens and dozens of gorgeous flowers to fill them.
Roses, hydrangeas and peonies … all three of my favorites!
While the rest of us were busy arranging the flowers, Monique and her husband hung old ladders filled with greenery over the main table.
They add just the right touch.
Tags strung on some old barnwood let everyone know where they were seated.
Normally one probably doesn’t share photos of the bathrooms in a blog post like this, but I just couldn’t resist. The men’s room had a vanity made out of an old workbench.
The floors were stenciled concrete!
And I just loved this beautiful framed print on the wall.
I hope you enjoyed touring Redeemed Farm with me over the past four weeks. If you’ve missed any of the other posts be sure to go back and check them out (here, here and here).
Before I leave you I want to share this beautiful photo of Monique’s family from the big day.
And check out this beautiful video on the Redeemed Farm Facebook page. But I’ll warn you first, you might need one of those lovely vintage hankies when you watch it!