Springside Barn is family-owned. The beautiful barn and property offer a stunning backdrop for your special day.

Springside Barn owners, Dennis and Karen Stoner, moved to Karen's family farm in 1992. The barn is 60 years old and was built with a barnraising after the original structure was destroyed by fire. Karen and her siblings have fond memories of playing bagtag on Sunday afternoons in the barn. Dennie and Karen, along with their four children, milked about 100 cows until 2008. The first wedding was conducted in the barn while cows munched hay in the lower level. With a few pics on Facebook of the receptions of their children, word spread of the beautiful country setting. In 2014-15, the Stoners went through the paperwork of becoming zoning compliant and indoor bathrooms were added. Springside Barn caterers to the Pinterest bride who loves to add her own personal touch of creativity.

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“We had a great wedding day. Everything was beautiful. Your property was perfect. Everyone had a great time. Our family loved you and your husband. You two handled it all with casual confidence. You were around if needed but didn’t hover over us as if you were worried about what might happen to your barn. People thought you guys were family.”
— Mother of the Bride

The Hosts

 

Meet Dennie & Karen Stoner

Dennie farms and is the creative force behind much of what you see at Springside. He enjoys hunting and woodworking in his spare time. Karen welcomes guests to The Old Summer House guest house and enjoys scrapbooking and spending time with their grandchildren.

Dennie and Karen enjoy welcoming guest to their farm and working with brides to help them create the wedding day of their dreams.