Grey Barn Farm

While all these things can and have been associated with a country or home wedding, we're suggesting you can have a "down home on the farm" wedding with or without them.  We did... check out our new and updated website Story Land Farm ...  Photography and wedding planning dates still 2014. Ring us up.

Myth #1 Country wedding means a red-neck wedding.
If you call dancin' till the cows come home redneck, then so be it.
There's really no quitting time when you're out in the wide open spaces.

Myth #2 Country wedding means a summer wedding.
Notice patio heater in above photo and fall foliage below!

Myth #3 Country wedding means bride wears cowboy boots.
She can, but she doesn't have to.

Myth #4 Country wedding means DIY.
Well, actually this one is kinda true, especially as far as DIY budgets are concerned.
 Grey Barn Farms will do it all over again for your 2014 Wedding.  
We went from tin shed to spectacular in 6 months and under budget.

Myth #5 Country Wedding means casual wedding.
 Although I did change to dark jeans at around 11pm, and this little dapper guy had has pajamas on ... on the dance floor, we clean up pretty nice.  See non-country music video below!

Myth #6 Country Wedding means mason jar decor.
Nonsense! And yes those are original grain sacks made into aprons for our farm supper servers.

Myth #7 Country Wedding means bride or groom was raised on the farm.
Wrong again, but these city mice did get engaged and married at their grandparents' Grey Barn Farm with a little help from their families

Myth #8 Country Wedding means primitive outhouses.
Grey Barn Farms will wheel in VIP trailers with running water, and flushing les toilettes, s'il vous plaĆ®t 
Enough said.

Myth #9 Country Wedding means bud light.
If you do have it, it's easly incorporated into decor. Grey Barn Farms uses local and farm labels and we can make a Blue Moon keg display look like it was brewed in the back forty.


Myth #10 Country Wedding means playing country music.
Check out these country boys and girls gettin' down on the farm.

Ring the dinner bell, stock up the frig, we're fixin' to customize a couple of 2014 country weddings, reunions, or happy occasions. At STORIES Photography & Occasions we don't want you to worry 'bout a thing.  Country strong and city savvy. Here's to a few more good years of country weddings. Hopefully yours. Cheers!

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