|Photo: Megan Welker|
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I am excited to show you this light, airy and seasonal wedding inspiration that I worked on this spring! I have long admired Megan's photography, and when she asked if I wanted to participate, oh heck ya I said YES!
I have been intrigued with old barns my entire life, pointing them out on car trips, always so curious to know what was inside....the history behind them. Well I got to find out what it was like inside a barn on a rare extremely windy spring day in the middle of a wheat field near Tulare, at Westwood Barns newest venue location.
First impression: it was noisy on that terribly windy day! The animals housed within so many years ago must have been scared when it was windy- everything clanked and rattled and shook. But when the wind finally calmed, it was beautiful and serene. What was magical was the way the afternoon sun shone brightly through the old boards of the barn. Then looking around, I had realized my dream of going into one of those barns, and just taking in all the details of the architecture- sure it was built for function, but there is something beautiful about function.
|Photo by Megan Welker|
Venue - Westwood Barns http://www.westwoodbarns.com/ @westwoodbarns
Photographer - Megan Welker http://meganwelker.com @meganwelker
Ribbons/Runner - Tono and Co https://tono-co.myshopify.com/ @tonoandco
Florist - Fleurie http://www.fleurieflowersbylgarza.com/ @fleurieflowerstudio
Tables - Letter and Grain farm tables http://letterandgrain.com/ @letterandgrain
Calligrapher - Poppyjack http://www.poppyjackshop.com/ @poppyjackshop
Dress - The Dress Theory http://www.thedresstheory.com/san-diego/ @thedresstheorysandiego