This will not be my usual post due to the EXTRODINARY transformation this farm undertook in order to make this wedding happen! So I wanted to share a few “Before and After” photos of the farm at the end of the post (the bride and her helpers captured the before photos on iPhones for me to share!) The stats are also linked to all the prep work and then just sit back and ENJOY this gorgeous Ireland Wedding!Stats: Over 6 weeks of full time work 4 workers on site at all times Up t0 10-14 workers on some given days and at the dinner table Over 550 cups of coffee and cakes served to helpers 4,000 Staples used and they actually ran out on the wedding day while stapling the last floral puff up 375 yards of fabric 60 hand made floral puffs 290 guests at the ceremony 300 guests are the reception party 9 hours of dancing 1 bride 1 groom And so many more memories made in the creation of this wedding! Introducing the story of Mr. and Mrs. Bird: Ireland Wedding shot by Seattle Wedding Photographer Tonie Christine. The back corner here is the same in both photos: Here the left wall is the same wall: The moved the little trailer from the above photo to behind the bar and again the left wall is the same wall: Here they build a wall for the entrance and the pillars are the same ones: Here is a view of the outside where the yellow tractor on the left would be about where the bails of hay are the the right so you can see the transformation of the “yard” as they call it: I loved this one as you can see the face of the old fireplace mantle on the left and a wall was built from the under part of the dome and fabric hung over it to create a living room scene behind the head table that you see on the left. (it is the back wall).