Quin & Nick knew they wanted a Strawberry Farms wedding the first time they saw the property. The Strawberry Farms wedding venue was the perfect rustic barn setting for this couple. They have been a couple for a long time and this wedding took a couple years to come together with many of their details handmade by themselves. Nick is pretty handy and made metal initials for the barn doors out of rebar. He was also in charge of cutting down a tree and cutting it into pieces for their table tops. Over the past year they collected glass bottles to use for their center pieces including baby food jars and Snapple bottles. The tree slices served as platforms to display all the jars which were filled with wild flowers purchased at the local flower market. They also planted succulents in small clay pots for guest favors. Having a great love for the outdoors, Quin & Nick choose to name all their tables after their favorite national parks. Keeping in line with their natural theme, they painted the guest’s name and table on smooth black rocks that they collected. The rocks were displayed on a table with green moss and accented with flower filled light bulbs. An idea Quin found on Pinterest. Additionally, to pay homage to the bride’s Filipino heritage all the men wore Barongs in leu of traditional suites. Pretty much every detail of their wedding was thoughtful and a unique representation of their life together. Thank you to Continuum Wedding Photography for sharing this Strawberry Farms wedding.
Reception Venue: Strawberry Farms Golf Club
DJ: Ultimate Events