Emily and Michael chose the fabulous Long Farm Barn in West Linn, OR to tie the knot. The historic working barn, built in 1900, is one of the best-preserved barns in Clackamas County and one of America’s finest. It is a ramp style barn featured on county historical tours and a tribute to Oregon’s old-growth fir trees of the late 1800′s. There is a historic sequoia tree – the largest tree in Clackamas County and third largest tree in Oregon – towering near the house and barn. The property has ties to the Daniel Boone family. The wedding ceremony took place under a beautiful stand alone tree just off to the side of the Queen Anne Victorian home, constructed in 1887 with distinctive features, sits atop the property. It is truly a magical location for a wedding. Emily and Michael couldn’t have had a more beautiful day for their wedding.
Lots of personal touches and details went into making Emily and Michael’s wedding day unique. Emily’s mother made all of the floral design. Michael’s mother is a quilter by profession and hand made 750 flags of which hung from the barn rafters. Emily’s sister performed the emotional and touching ceremony. I don’t think there was a dry eye in the crowd.
Catered with a delicious mexican dinner and signature lemonade cocktail. It was a perfect event. We couldn’t leave out the fact that Emily and Michael’s dog couldn’t attend the ceremony day. So they made a life size replica of their dog to be included in many of the photos throughout the day! Priceless!
Tie lessons…priceless!This flower girl stuff is serious business!I love the flower girls reaction to the “first kiss”
Venue – The Long Farm Barn West Linn, OR
Wedding Event Designer – Portland Event & Design
Catering – Grand Cru Hospitality
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