Canyon Run Ranch is a beautiful, vast farm with an 1850's barn and 153 acres of placidity- exactly what the Hemler's had in mind for their wedding.

Both the ceremony and reception were held at the ranch. There is a private residence reserved for the bridal party and when they are ready, they are taken by golf cart to the ceremony. After the I Do's, several buggies escort the guests down to the barn for the reception.

Along with the staff's phenomenal hospitality, the atmosphere is complete with the tranquil sound of trickling water from Canyon Run Creek, the surrounding harmony of birdsong and the sweet smell of wildflowers.

The Hemler's reception was held in one of the many stunning two-story barns; the dancing and face-stuffing went on upstairs, while the photo-taking and conversing took place downstairs in the milk parlor. The barns were elegantly lit by hundreds of string lights, which created a romantic and welcoming ambience throughout the room. The photo-booth was downstairs in the milk parlor; the guests would grab a drink, take some photos and enjoy the friendly company. 

We brought along a white backdrop for the Open Air Photo-Booth and the coordinator draped wildflowers all along the front, creating an extra special touch to everyone’s photo strip. Besides the photo-booth, which has no limit, friends and family enjoyed an open bar with a gorgeous view.

Inside the barn, there were 3 spacious rooms for guests to spread out, one of which consisted of numerous horse stalls. 

Upon arrival and departure of Canyon Run Ranch, farm animals can be seen walking around, especially roosters, chickens and horses. If you are searching for a real farm wedding, Canyon Run Ranch should be on your list, it is truly a sight to see!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DJ: Steve House (AKA DJ House) (937) 450-1124

Caterer: City Barbeque Catering

Photographer: Blink of an Eye Photography

 

 

 

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