What a Weekend!

We had two weddings this past weekend at The Fields. They were both so unique, we couldn’t wait to share them! Our first wedding the bride and groom’s decor was very appropriate for a farm wedding. Complete with cowboy boots, photos of the bride and groom, hand made signs, and tons of beautiful flowers this wedding was a treat for guests. The bride and groom were sent off with sparklers and well wishes.

Welcome to the wedding!

We loved this unique photo display of the bride and groom.The gazebo was very elegantly decorated.

The most beautiful display for wedding cards and their guest book.

This band was knee slapping good.

They used our produce boxes for favors.

Our second wedding had a vintage vibe; they used Seattle Farm Tables with antique mismatch plates and beautiful flower arrangements all over the table. This bride and groom rolled with the punches as our power went out halfway through their reception. The party was kept alive by Skillet St. Foods and DJ Jason Clark who kept the food coming and the music pumping.  The two newlyweds ended their evening with s’mores in our firepit.

Sweet ceremony/reception sign.

This cake looked and tasted great!

The party was still going strong even when the power went out.

Opening Weekend 2013!

What a great weekend! We had our first two weddings of the year and they were truly spectacular. Our first wedding had beautiful country chic decor complete with lovely roses and fresh apricots everywhere and fresh mint in the arrangements – the venue smelled fantastic! The ceremony took place in our gazebo, which was gussied up with a beautiful fabric backdrop and flowers. After the ceremony the bride and groom had many fun activities for their guests: lawn jenga, horseshoes, s’mores, and great dancing music. The evening ended as it began: with laughter and happy tears. Everyone had a fabulous time.

The bride, Becca,  made jam favors for her guests.

Guests playing lawn Jenga.

Guest book signing.

Summer country chic table decor

We love Skillet Street Catering!!

The gazebo all lit up at the end of the night. Very dramatic.

Our second wedding was very vintage. There was so much thought and detail put into the decor at this wedding; from the vintage table cloths to the guest book table, it was clear that the bride had planned carefully what she wanted in her decor. There was not a cloud in the sky as the bride and groom walked. After the ceremony guests were released to enjoy the venue. The horseshoes were once again a big hit and everyone loved the ponds and fountains on the grounds. After dark, guests had fun with karaoke and sent the happy couple on their way amid the glow of sparklers. It was a magical day.

What a perfect dessert table.

Each table had a different vintage tablecloth, so unique!

We LOVED this guest book table.

The fountain was a hit with kids and grownups alike.