Our Wedding Barn is located on a beautiful horse farm.

A wedding barn is a magical place that makes the perfect setting for a wedding or any event where rustic beauty is desired. Our property includes many options for you and your guests.

“If you’re marrying at a barn that regularly hosts weddings, it’s likely that the barn’s owners will have many of the necessary rentals on hand (think: tables, chairs, serving platters, linens etc.) Check with your venue manager to find out what is available for your use and what you’ll need to rent. Speak to your caterer to find out their needs before your wedding, too. You should always consider the possibility of bad weather on your wedding day and ensure that there is enough space in the barn to house all of your guests and that any planned outdoor activities can be moved inside if necessary.”

Our Wedding Barn offers versatility.

The best part of marrying in a barn is decorating! A barn can become anything you want it to be, from a romantic, fairy tale ballroom to a down-home barbecue-and-gin joint. String up lanterns and twinkly lights, choose decorations that suit your style (for example, burlap table runners or DIY chair ribbons) and design floral tablescapes with your theme in mind. Have fun with your barn! It’s the perfect blank canvas for any rustic-style wedding

Since barns are typically dark, lighting is a particularly important consideration. You can certainly hang small lights throughout the space, but they might not fill the barn with much brightness. Look into getting a spotlight or setting up other hanging lights if you’re having an evening wedding and will need to light your barn.

Most barns are out in rural locations, not in cities where it’s easy to get around. Be sure you provide clear and specific directions to your wedding venue, and consider renting a bus or other large vehicle to transport guests from a central location.

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