Celebrate love and life at this twinkling barn in the Pacific Northwest

Tin Roof Barn is nestled within the rolling hills, apple orchards, and green pastures of the White Salmon River Valley in the Pacific Northwest. At over 100 years old, the barn has maintained its turn of the century authenticity and charm. Magic loves it here.

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It’s hard to describe this place until you’ve taken your shoes off and walked upon the soft dirt paths here. There’s a natural sense of intimacy and family that old barns bring out in people – they feel connected to them somehow, even if they didn’t grow up on a farm, or in a rural community.

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Surrounded by a quaint apple orchard, green hills, a tranquil forest, and the grandeur of the 100 year old barn, you and your fiancé will say your vows in front of your friends and family, framed by the warmth of an old barn wood arbor. Following your ceremony, your guests will move to the vast courtyard of the barn, which is the perfect location for them to mingle while you are whisked away by your photographer to get some amazing magazine-worthy shots. The courtyard is framed by the bright green leaves of the walnut trees and looming hundred year old Firs that create an outdoor entertaining area for serving appetizers, trying out signature drinks, lounging in the sun, and of course, lawn games!

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Moving from cocktail hour to the reception, your guests will enter the barn through the main 20 foot tall doors to the warm lighting of chandeliers hung from the rafters and vintage metal cage lights. The lounge area has tufted Chessington leather sofas and creates an intimate conversation area. There is also a wooden hutch and several tables for displaying your personal mementos, or to use as a place for goodies or beverages. The adjacent barn wood bar provides a fun and rustic atmosphere with intriguing wine barrel dispensers against a chalkboard wall. 

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The rustic bar also has a beverage cooler, ice chest, kegerator and tap, as well as a cocktail height barn wood table where your guests can mingle as they wait for a glass of wine in mismatched crystal glasses. The dining area is a vast space kept intimate by old wood tables and chairs, set with lace tablecloths and vintage china, all mismatched to make each persons setting unique. And after the cake is cut and you've had your first dance, get the party going on the dance floor until everyone is ready to head back to the hotel for a nightcap.

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Your grand exit will be under the romantic glow of string lights, hung 20 feet high between the trees, creating a magical exit that you won't forget.