Barn Wedding | Events by Design
What a pleasure it was to work with Miranda and Nick on their Lyndley Farmstead Barn wedding. The Carmel Wedding Planner for the wedding was Gloria Boyden, Master Wedding PlannerTM.
This charming couple did not live in Indiana, but one set of parents did. So, this was destination planning. With a great vendor team of Ritz Charles Catering, Evans Audio Visual, Events by Design Flowers, and Joni Bilderback photographer, Gloria and the Events by Design luxury Wedding Planner Carmel team delivered everything the couple asked for.
Miranda’s vision was for an outdoor ceremony under the shelter of the Pavilion at Lyndley Farmstead at Chatham Hills in Westfield. But this was no ordinary barn wedding. Her aesthetic was to incorporate elegant design in the barn setting. What a dreamy setting the teamcreated.
Using our awesome team of floral designers, we transformed the Pavilion with draping, hanging flower balls, crystals and urns of flowers. The ceremony programs for the outdoor wedding were fans – that is, two cards with information, with a stick sandwiched in-between. Guests were seated on the grass, but they were given pink umbrellas to shelter from the sun.
The Reception Decor
Inside, The Carmel Wedding Flower team led by Events by Design lead designer Gene, made more magic happen. They combined tall and low centerpieces in ivory and blush flowers. The lifts for the tall centerpieces were gold metal vases, and the low centerpieces were designed in crystal-like bowls.
Candlelight in the barn was limited to LED candles, but they were set in gold mercury glass votive holders. The bride also provided LED fairy lights that the team incorporated into the flowers.
The head table was set off with pipe and drape ten feet tall. Evans Audio Visual also added string lights between the rafters, which really created a unique vibe. The head table also had moving flame pillar candles – that look completely realistic. Miranda also loved rose gold – so the team added a rose gold sequin runner over the top and middle of the head table.
The wedding lasted until midnight, and no one was willing to leave because they were having such a great time. The catering staff brought out mini sliders as a late night snack, and everyone loved them.
The last farewells happened with Antique Limo of Indianapolis providing a bus to take guests back to the Ironworks Hotel.
Miranda and Nick – we wish you Happily Ever After.