The Longmire Barn
The wedding at the Longmire Barn was so much fun. To be honest this was my first time going to this Barn for a wedding.
The barn is just enchanting inside as it is on the outside. With light strings up on the ceiling and all the rustic decor on the walls.
Along with the barn decor, the bride had white tablecloths with wood rounds and lace overlays. She incorporates milk bottles for her centerpieces on these tables. And some of these milk bottles were family heirlooms.
With the Milk bottle centerpieces, the couple wanted a sweetheart table with some greenery and pockets of flowers. The overlay lace on the sweetheart table with greenery and flowers gives a rustic overall theme. I place bright colors on the table to give that little pop and not to be overlooked.
This couple wanted bright warm colors. Her bridal bouquet was filled with dark burgundy roses, burnt-orange roses, and blush cremones, with a little of the cream. The groom was wearing a navy suit, so she wanted to have some navy in her bouquet too.
Owners of Longmire Barn
Kathy and Mike have restored this barn to host weddings, events, and other special occasions. The grounds provide a beautiful landscape for your guest. They can walk around and enjoy the Pacific Northwest outdoors.
I learned many elements about designing this wedding. I learned that all blue hues aren't created equal and that to be careful about colors when you have so many of them. As a florist, you can't have one color overpower another.
I loved the bride's ideas and I feel honored that I was a small part of this happy couple's special day.
As I said in the beginning, this was my first time installing a wedding at the Longmire barn and I agree with the owner's own words, this barn is enchanting.