Andrea's June 14th wedding

Its June 14th - Andrea's wedding

The wedding ceremony took place in the sheepshed.

after the ceremony guests were offered a vodka and lemonade signature cocktail with blueberries and a non alcoholic lemondae as well. There was also a bucket of beers - Mill Street Organic and Barley Days Harvest Gold and Loyalist Lager.  And along with bean bag toss and bocco ball our giant jenga entertained during awkward moments.

In the barn blue was the main colur again - such an interesting year as we have and will see much more blue (my favourite colour).

thats craft paper on the tables - lots of children, lots of crayons and lots of drawing by young and anyone else who was able to grab a crayon.  Up close it looked like this

ad there we arewith a gidft for everyone at their place. Michael Hoy catered whle we served Grange red and white wines . The bar was open and busy with Bob Belsey back with Pizza Via as the late night offering.

Best wishes from everyone here - Noreen, Kailey, Lynne, Elizabeth, John and Pam and me

Whitney and Andrews Friday June 13th wedding

So this as fun - a local wedding with so many familair faces - such a rare pleasure.  Whitney and Andrew were married at the pondsite in the midst of their guests as follows

we then served Hinterland Champagne and a non alcoholic punch. The Giant Jenga came out again - such a popular diversion from awkward moments with people you rarely see...seriously

 and then everyone moved into the barn which featured blue as a key colour. For examplew we inserted blue paprer balls in between our white ones

and then on the tables

Bill and Marnie at the Beck and Call did dinner beautifully - we served house wines with dinner and guests enjoyed drink tickets. Later on (because it was a local wedding) many more frends celebrated Andrew and Whitney's wedding with Bil and Marnie providing late night sandwiches to everyone still in attendance at 11 PM.

Best wishes from Jared and Corey,Kailey and Lenna, Elizabeth and Kiersten, Lynnne and me

 

Mid week in the Inn

A departure for us was our first wedding in the Inn.  Married in the barn because of inclement weather, the wedding couple and their 12 guests filled the Hall with their best intentions.

Following the ceremony everyone moved to the Inn  . Blooms working with a Downtown Abbey theme had fun with our dinning room which is filled with circa 1920's antiques.

20s era music played through a dinner of salmon on a plank, BBQ'd chicken. asparagus and roasted baby potatoes

after dnner guests retired to their suites on site - perhaps this would work for you?

Best wishes to the hapy couple from Noreen, Lynne, Susan, Kailey and me