Tuesdays Tour. . .Wadley Farm and a Wedding

Wadley’s Farm is located about 20 minutes from where I live.  It’s in the area where I grew up.

What once was a working farm is now a quaint and beautiful reception center.


This gorgeous greenhouse is located on the property.


We lived in our previous home for 22 years.  It’s where we raised all of our children and watched many neighbor kids grow up.

Lexi was the little girl across the street.  Imagine my delight when her mother called and wanted to borrow a few of my vintage treasures for the reception.  According to both Lexi and her mother she got her love of vintage from playing in our playhouse.  You see, I had furnished the old Pioneer home turned playhouse with vintage finds.


Not only does she have a love for vintage, but she also has a love for travel.  A love developed by her parents.  So naturally the theme for her wedding was “Vintage Travel”.

This garland draped across a gate was filled with cute childhood drawings, photos, and trinkets she’d picked up in her travels.  Notice her gorgeous wedding gown?  Inspired by one she saw in Scotland.  She had it made and used lots of vintage lace.  The front was fabulous as well.  So sad that I didn’t get a photo.  These were all taken with my friends phone.



Vintage travel themed vignettes.



Have you ever heard of ‘Dandelion wishes’?  Well, here’s a jar full.





There were so many other wonderful things that I didn’t get a picture of, but this gives you an idea of what a fun wedding theme this was.

Wishing the newlyweds lots of love and traveling adventures together!




Nell at njschout said...

I do really like that!!

Shirley Hatfield said...

Lovely! You should have shown the French Country buildings too! I would love to have a wedding there.

Linda W. said...

Wow - such creative decorations. I love it!

Rita C at Panoply said...

I love homemade weddings. How sweet that her love of vintage stemmed from you and her childhood days, and that you could be a part of her most memorable occasion in her life. Beautiful setting too, Jann.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Jann, what a wonderful theme for a wedding. Loved all your pics sharing the details. The dandelion wishes jar is fabulous. Love the garland banner on the fence. Such great ideas.
How special her love of vintage was inspired by you growing up. How precious is that to know.

Thank you for stopping by my spotlight feature at Kris's. Your visit and comment was special to me.
Happy September!!

cynthia lee designs said...

What a great theme for a wedding. Love the jar of dandelion wishes.

My thrift store addiction said...

I love all of the Vintage inspired wedding decor! Thanks for sharing! Blessings, Cecilia

Kameel huise tussen spore said...

What a wonderful trip you have taken me. Thanks for sharing.
Have a wonderful day
Greetings from South Africa

priscilla said...

Love all the vintage treasures ! The banner is fabulous !

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh I love it all! So vintage and beautiful! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Rose L said...

So unique and individualized! Maybe you can start doing this sort of thing on the side for money--to buy more vintage!!!

Charlene said...

WOW! I love every little detail!!! Using all those props made it one of a kind. Glad you got to go & enjoy the festivities! Have a great week!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

So creative for a wedding! I did similar centerpieces for a ladies retreat. Weddings like that are just fun!

Doreen@foxdenrd said...

Vintage accents lend themselves so nicely to romantic weddings, and this particular wedding did not disappoint! Very pretty and well done.

camp and cottage living said...

This is one of the most unique wedding reception decorations I've ever seen.
I bet the guest will be talking about this for ages!

The Old Parsonage said...

How fun and you had a great part in it!

Love the dandelion wishes - never heard of putting them in jar! LOVE it!