In the enchanting setting of Kelley Farm, WA, Sarah and Brandon embarked on their wedding day filled with love and unity. This rustic, vintage-style wedding venue in Bonney Lake provided the perfect backdrop for their special day. With both indoor and outdoor spaces at their disposal, the rural farm offered the perfect setting for their ceremony and reception.
Amidst the scenic beauty of the farm, Sarah and Brandon exchanged their heartfelt vows in the stunning garden. Surrounded by seasonal blooms and breathtaking sunset views, their love radiated in this spacious and picturesque setting. Our Sound Originals team were the official wedding photographers for the day. They skillfully captured the magic of the golden hour, producing remarkable portraits of the couple and their entourage. Scroll below to see a few of our favorites.
The celebration continued with an intimate gathering of their closest loved ones. The vintage wedding barn became the focal point of the reception. It was adorned with exquisite chandeliers, delicate wall sconces, and pendant lights. As the evening progressed, the festivities spilled onto the outdoor patio, starting with the bridal couple’s first dance. The atmosphere was electric, filled with joy and celebration.
We at Sound Originals want to extend our warmest congratulations to the happy couple. It was an honor to be part of this momentous occasion, capturing memories that will forever remind Sarah and Brandon of their extraordinary wedding day.
The Kelley Farm Wedding Photos
Kelley Farm Bonney Lake History
The Kelley Farm in Bonney Lake was originally homesteaded by Rueben Ashford Finnell in 1853. The property faced adversity during the Puget Sound Indian War, leading to its abandonment. In 1864, William Barton Kelley and his father Nathan Kelley arrived from Illinois, claiming land on Finnell Creek. In 1907, William’s son John Ezra Kelley, married Sadie Crader. It as at this time when he gifted her the Kelley farmhouse, known today as the Yellow House. Over the years, the property changed hands, with the Corliss Family purchasing 100 acres of the land in the 70s. Following Elizabeth Kelley’s passing in 1988, her son Michael inherited the remaining property. This was later purchased by the Corliss family in 2001 who embarked on a restoration journey. Today, Kelley Farm blends its historical integrity with modern amenities, exemplifying the preservation of the past while embracing the present.
Kelly Creek Farm
Kelly Creek Farm in Hunstville, UT sits on 60-80 acres of picturesque land. Distinct yet somewhat similar to its Washington namesake, this working farm offers a captivating backdrop for your wedding day. Stand beneath a quaint wooden pergola, surrounded by lush fields and the breathtaking peaks of the Wasatch mountains as you say “I do”. The farm offers unforgettable views of the expansive lawns, shimmering ponds, and the fertile beauty of Ogden Valley, with Ben Lomond and Mt Ogden peaks.
Receptions are held in the rustic barn, where sky-high ceilings adorned with exposed wooden beams create a cathedral-like ambiance that pays homage to the venue’s country roots. Kelley Creek Farm overall guarantees a truly authentic country wedding experience.
Lord Hill Farms Wedding Cost
Discover another charming rural wedding venue, Lord Hill Farms, located north of Snohomish, WA. This picturesque setting is perfect for larger gatherings, accommodating ceremonies for up to 350 guests on the scenic grounds or upstairs level. The lower floor boasts a spacious reception area, catering to celebrations with a maximum of 450 people. Inside, warm tones and floor-to-ceiling windows frame awe-inspiring views of the surrounding Cascade Mountains. From ceremonies and receptions to rehearsal dinners and special wedding luncheons, Lord Hill Farms welcomes love-filled occasions year-round. Delight in affordable elegance as you celebrate your big day at this remarkable wedding venue.
Wedding Venues Puget Sound
If you’re looking to host your wedding in the Puget Sound area, WA with a Downton Abbey vibe, Seattle Bride Magazine has listed their top 5 venues in the area to make your decision much easier. Thornewood Castle is Tudor Gothic private home built with materials from a Welsh manor house. The indoors accommodates 100 guests, while the outdoor lawns and English garden accommodate 200 guests. Lakewold Gardens is another classic venue. Ceremonies and receptions can take place inside the Georgian-style mansion or held alfresco amid the 10 acres of lush gardens. This includes a gazebo, a pool, ponds, and a wisteria-covered terrace. To read the complete list of enticing wedding venues in Puget Sound, click here.
Seattle Wedding Photographers
Sound Originals is a top-rated photographer in Seattle, WA. We’ve photographed and filmed hundreds of weddings, elopements, and engagements across Washington. As a result, we have a team of highly experienced photographers that will capture your timeless memories in images you’ll love forever.
Couples have awarded us excellent reviews for our outstanding quality and customer service. Additionally, we offer two distinct photography styles: Classic and Rustic. The Classic style was perfect for Sarah and Brandon’s outdoor photography. So, if you’re looking for the best wedding photographer in Seattle, look no further. Sound Originals can help you plan the perfect wedding photos that will capture your unique love. For pricing and availability info, contact us here!
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