Elegance at Crossroads: The Snohomish Wedding Tour
Did you know that Snohomish is home to a large array of wedding venues? It’s true! From ballrooms to manors and farms, chances are that your dream location will be found here. Annually on the first Sunday in June, over a dozen venues will open their doors during the Snohomish Wedding Tour. Organized by the Snohomish Wedding Guild, this year’s tour falls on June 2nd. It’s a free event that’s uniquely designed for engaged couples and their guests.
The Snohomish Wedding Tour is a chance to see various venues in person--and so much more! Each venue dresses up in their wedding best, so you can envision what your wedding day may look like. Filled with displays from our top-notch wedding professionals, it’s also a means for Guild members to showcase what they do best.
This week, we’re revisiting another stop on last year’s tour, rustic wedding venue Crossroads at Thomas Farms. Please read on for great highlights of this location from the 2018 Tour!
About Crossroads at Thomas Farms
At the center of the Snohomish River Valley lies Crossroads at Thomas Farms, a beautifully remodeled wedding venue originally built in 1964. With breathtaking views of the Cascade Mountains and sweeping, endless fields, Crossroads is conveniently located just minutes from historic downtown Snohomish. There’s something so magical about standing in the courtyard’s twinkling lights while watching the evening sun set over the fields.
Crossroads offers both indoor and outdoor options. Its spacious barn features floor-to-ceiling white drapes that elegantly separates two sections of the barn. These sections are often used as ceremony and reception areas. Amenities include a large kitchen and prep area, an adjacent buffet room, and two separate getting-ready rooms. The barn can accommodate up to 350 guests.
Highlights from the tour at Crossroads at Thomas Farms
Some of our favorite highlights include:
The lush, overflowing floral arrangements. White roses cascaded from wine barrels while generous sprays of greenery lined the head table. Centered on each guest table were silver vases dotted with white poppies, an unexpected but welcome touch!
The yummy food and drink samples. The fully-styled food and beverage stations offered several different choices. With a mix of eleven sweet and savory flavors--like apple pie, cranberry, bacon cheddar, and Chicago mix—the popcorn buffet by Sweet Buffet Lady was a fun addition. Meanwhile, Trails End Catering offered a tempting array, including a robust spread of meats and cheeses. For dessert, tour attendees sampled mouthwatering cake from Mike’s Amazing Cakes and polished it off with cool refreshments from Pour Girls & Some Guys.
The beautiful reception details. A rustic farm-style table, lined with cascading sprays of greenery, was used as the head table. Guest tables were draped in white tablecloths, presenting a clean, crisp contrast to silver and navy accents.