When the bride sat down to discuss her Red Barn Farm wedding in Colton, Washington, her biggest concern was that the day be
fun. Sure, time could be carved out for family photos and getting ready, but above all, she wanted the day to be fun for her and her husband-to-be, fun for her bridal party, fun for her guests, and even fun for the vendors working their event.
Her goal was met – their wedding was an extraordinarily FUN day. Mikiah pranked her father on the first look, the bridal party dog-piled, the best man borrowed my camera to take some photos during the reception, and the dance floor raged the entire night.
From Red Barn Farms website: Red Barn Farms is not your ordinary farm! Oh it has it’s farm roots! It’s a Century Farm – a farm that has been owned and operated by four generations of Meyer family – founded in 1901.
In 2007 Ty & Kay Meyer began the adventure of making it a wedding venue. Take a look at the history, dedication, and love the barn holds in its century old timber frames.
From the photographer’s website: Photos are a way to go back in time and re-live a moment otherwise lost.
Let’s make a few memories and ensure we’ll never forget them. Photos for the people who hate to have their photos taken but want gorgeous images.
Venue: Thirsty traveler
Location: Red Barn Farms
Restaurant: Thirsty traveler
Dress Store: Margene’s Bridal
Cake Designer: B’s Bakery
Cinema and Video: Pure Productions
Photographer: Courtney Kammers Photography