by Scott Johnson
Beard Wedding on 11/18/17 at Hidden Meadows in Snohomish, Wa
Music licensed from –
Song Freedom – songfreedom.com
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A short 10-minute drive outside of Snohomish, Hidden Meadows (which just celebrated its 10th anniversary last year) inspires a whole slew of images with its name. Quaint and serene, the former dairy farm that once held hundreds of cows became a wedding venue after the dairy industry took a downturn and the owners decided to switch to sod, only to have leftover buildings. With the ability to accommodate 350 guests, mountain views, and plenty of space to relax and hang out, Hidden Meadows is a picturesque landscape that cultivates a sense of togetherness even out in the open fields.
On a damp November day, a few days shy of Thanksgiving, the Beards met to be married. Rustic doesn’t even do it justice–this place still feels like a working farm, even if it is purely a wedding venue. As Tyler and the boys got married, they drank shots to warm themselves from the Autumn chill, all while looking snappy in great vests and blue shirts.
Foregoing a first look, the two sides of the wedding went outside and posed for photos prior to the ceremony. The boys were goofy and itching with excitement as they stuck their tongues out and posed around the venue. Angalisa and the ladies (rocking light grey dresses) wandered around the barns and fields as the lush green landscapes after fresh rainfall made their attire pop.
Heading inside for the wedding, Tyler stood patiently at the altar waiting for the first glimpse of his bride. The gorgeous interior with wood beams and columns proved to be the perfect place for the ceremony, with plenty of seats for every guest as they filled the space to the wall. With heartfelt vows, resulting in quite a few tears (including the bride herself!), the bride and groom became husband and wife with a passionate kiss. The relief and joy on their faces says it all, these two are meant to be.
Following the ceremony, the two parties finally joined for some more photos around the grounds. The newlyweds then made their way out into the sprawling fields, the grey skies balancing the vibrant green grass, and the two looked extraordinary with the sun creeping through the darkening clouds. Returning for the reception, they got to cut their cake and eat it too!
After enjoying their first dance, lit bit dangling lights, the rest of the guests came on out to keep the party going. The garter and bouquet toss (complete with instant replay) gave some guests renewed hope for their future vows while the rest of the friends and family got out and busted a move. Eventually, the twinkling lights and the music had to be turned down and the day came to an end, but that didn’t stop the newlyweds from really shaking their booties!
Thanks again to Angalisa and Tyler for picking Best Made Videos to film their wedding! It was a glorious day! We hope everything is going great for you two!
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