The Valley at Misty Farms Offers A Setting For A Memorable Day

photoIt’s always a pleasure to play at a new venue and meet new colleagues in the wedding business. Trista and Stuarts wedding at The Valley of Misty Farms provided us with both! Situated on sixteen beautiful acres just six miles west of main Street in Ann Arbor, Misty Farms is a top choice for those seeking a beautiful outdoor venue close to the heart of Ann Arbor. On site are two historical barns; one built approximately 1860 and the other after the turn of the century. Trista and Stuart chose a shady glen by the river for their ceremony. Pine benches were laid out for the guests with mason jars of baby’s breath outlining the aisle. We’ve noticed that baby breath has been very popular this summer. Trista, escorted by her mother, walked to Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years”. Denise Tucker directed a touching ceremony which included a hand fasting ceremony complete with beautiful colorful colored ribbons and involving the couple’s young son.
The cocktail hour was held in the courtyard between the two barns and began with a champagne toast. We played several movie theme medleys and contemporary songs. Our arrangement of “Game of Thrones” is always a big hit. We had the pleasure of meeting and working with April Gladieux from “Your Perfect Day” and send our thanks for her help with cues and logistics.
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Misty Farms
Your Perfect Day

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