I am so stoked to finally be sharing these images from this spring Farm 12 Wedding in Puyallup, Washington!
Farm 12 is a large property nestled on six acres of land, with a variety of different buildings to use for your wedding day. From tall glass doors that roll up, to high-ceilings with awesome chandeliers, and a nearby Lupine field- it has a variety of beautiful spots for your wedding. Farm 12 also features a beautiful greenhouse that can be converted into a wedding venue. For Claire and Arturo’s Farm 12 wedding, we didn’t go inside the greenhouse but even from the outside it looked beautiful!
I loved Farm 12’s industrial-meets-farmhouse venue. The spiral staircase was perfect for the bride to make a dramatic entrance and really wow all of the guests! The wedding took place in the Festival Hall, a 5,000-square foot room perfect for a ceremony on a rainy day. Pacific Northwest weather can be unpredictable, but we were ready for anything!
I second shot this wedding with Kayla Esparza, who I hired to be my wedding photographer as well! It’s so exciting getting a chance to work alongside her and I can only imagine how incredible it’s going to be on my own wedding day! Because I second shot, these photos definitely take a more candid approach as I was trying to get creative angles throughout the day.
More About Farm 12 Wedding Venue
To learn more about the Farm 12 wedding venue, feel free to read this excerpt below from their profile on The Knot:
“Situated in Puyallup, WA, Farm 12 Restaurant and Events is a countryside wedding venue. Nestled amidst six acres of fertile farmland are three unique spaces ideal for wedding celebrations. To-be-weds seeking a fusion of rustic and refined elegance will be charmed by the Festival Barn, the Loveland Greenhouse, and the Festival Hall. Guests can celebrate in style, soaking in picturesque views of Mt. Rainier and Puyallup Valley. Whether you envisage an intimate gathering for 75 loved ones or a large soirée for 400 guests, this versatile venue is suited to all events. The signature space at Farm 12 is Festival Hall, a 5,000-square foot room characterized by wooden accents, upscale furnishings, and contemporary lighting. An opulent Juliet balcony adds a splash of old-world glamour to the aesthetic and preparation suites for the wedding party are located here.
The roll-up doors can be adjusted during sunny seasons to offer a semi-outdoor feel. The Festival Barn comprises 10,000-square feet of space and is suited to relaxed, ranch-style occasions. The open-sided barn has been refurbished to a high-end finish while retaining its original historic charm. It can be decorated to reflect your unique vision and is perfect for classic farmland celebrations. Finally, the Loveland Greenhouse is a bright, airy space defined by both its modern aesthetic and floral accents. This 4,400-square foot space can be arranged to complement your special day. Abundant natural light seeps in through the ceiling and windows, creating a lofty and bright ambience.
Couples can exchange vows in all three event sites, with pristine white chairs supplied by the staff. At Farm 12, prospective newlyweds can look forward to personalized and efficient customer care. The in-house events team is on hand to assist in any way they can. They supply china, cutlery. linens, seating, classic round tables, or long wooden banquet tables, depending on your preferences. This is an all-inclusive venue that provides on-site catering and complete bar service. The dedicated chefs will collaborate with you to create a sumptuous dining experience for all. From passed hors d’oeuvres during cocktail hour to plated meals or buffet service, they are flexible in terms of serving styles. You can choose an outside vendor for all your dessert and wedding-cake needs. On the day, a host will ensure that everything is arranged to your liking. You can procure the services of an external wedding coordinator should you desire hands-on assistance when it comes to planning your event.“
If you’d like to talk to me about your own wedding, please contact me here!
Without further ado, let’s get into it: