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.
Canopy Creek Farm is one of Dayton’s most popular and honorable venues. Located on the outskirts of Miamisburg, Ohio, this rustic-themed venue, with its simple elegance, is something that all guests will remember. Canopy Creek gives its hosts both an indoor and an outdoor atmosphere. This allows a great option for that borderline party planner that wants the best of both worlds.
We know planning your own wedding can be a little overwhelming, especially in the beginning. Where do you start? Who do you call first? Planning a wedding doesn’t have to be hard, it can be fun! It will involve a bit of work. You will need tools to help along the way! Spreadsheets, books, checklists, and a Pinterest board will be very beneficial as you plan your big day. Here are a few examples of templates to follow:
We were ecstatic to be invited to capture the fun at Melanie and George’s wedding reception, this past July. Melanie and George were married at the newly renovated University of Dayton Chapel (absolutely stunning) and held their reception at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in downtown Dayton, right next to the Dayton Art Institute. If you haven’t been to a reception held in this church, you are missing out! With plenty of room for a huge dance floor, long bridal party table, photo booth, and more, it is a great location if you have a larger guest list to accommodate.