It's All In The Details! Part Three

Details are what we do best! Our goal is to make every wedding full of beautiful, meaningful details, and they are one of the things that make us stand out! No two weddings at The Barn are the same; they each come with their own unique themes, color palettes, florals, and of course, their own unique details. We LOVE when a bride or groom asks us to create a detail, no matter how crazy it may seem, that tells a part of the couple's story or adds to the uniqueness of their wedding. These things are what make your wedding memorable, and they're some of things that your guests will remember the most! Last week, I posted several of my favorite large-scale details from some of our older weddings. Here are some of my favorites from more recent weddings!

We've probably never had a wedding as detailed as Jessica + Brett's! They had incredible florals and reception details, SIX wedding favors (seriously), gorgeous modern, geometric details throughout their decor, a cigar bar, a photo display, and a photobooth, but my favorite detail of all was their outrageous cake table! Not only were there cakes galore, but the hanging florals over the table made it one of my favorite details we've ever done! This was one of my favorite weddings ever; see all the details here

Kassie + Adam's wedding was full of the prettiest rustic chic details, and their entree card display was one of our favorites! Guests could take a card with either a chicken or a cow on it, which let our caterers know what they wanted for their dinner entree. Cute and practical! :)

Speaking of Kassie + Adam's wedding, I also loved their ice cream bar! What a fun detail for a warm weather wedding. Pretty sure I'd never forget a wedding with an ice cream bar, especially one as cute as this!

Emaly + Thomas' aisle and altar made a huge, beautiful statement. The red petals, logs and candles lining their aisle were bohemian but elegant. And their altar, with gorgeous greenery, flowers and hanging bottles, was truly stunning and unique. 

Sometimes a couple asks us to carry a small detail throughout all of their wedding decor. In Samantha + Matt's case, that item was a pineapple! And we used it everywhere. We painted them gold for their reception tables, and they even brought a pineapple chandelier for their altar! 

A lemonade social during your cocktail hour... what a fun wedding detail! Jaime + Jake's wedding was gorgeous and elegant, and their lemonade bar added a touch of fun for their guests. Another great detail from this wedding: their head table!

When a couple asks for an over-the-top altar, we are all. about. it! Especially when it involves a sequined drape, TONS of flowers, and they want to pair it with an equally over-the-top petal aisle. Monica + Ryan's wedding was full of great details, and their altar was certainly one of the best! 

We had so many amazing head tables last year! Shelby + Josh's, with its sequined silver backdrop and hanging lights, was one of my favorites! Their wedding was pretty simple and neutral, so this detail really made a statement.

Red petal design down the aisle + the most over-the-top amazing altar ever + a sweet sign at the beginning of their aisle... Amber + Matt's ceremony had the best, most bold, most beautiful details!

Lindsey + Matt's wedding had details alllll over the place. Their ceremony was ful of details, from the entrance, to the aisle and to the altar. These antique doors and windows are always the most gorgeous ceremony entrance! The crates and pops of color make it even more gorgeous. 

We love bold color palettes, we love patterns, and we love fabulous dessert tables. Alyssa + Matt's bright, bold, gorgeous dessert table was a showstopper! And it was delish.

Sorry (not sorry) I can't shut up about Sujey + Jeffrey's Up-inspired elopement, y'all. This was another wedding where the couple asked us to use one fun detail throughout their decor... in this case it was balloons, and it was amazing! A colorful, unforgettable balloon altar, balloon runners on the reception tables, a balloon arch behind the cake table. This one was fab!

Which of these is your favorite?!