This 4000 sq. ft. barn serves as the centerpiece of the ranch – with 33 ft. ceilings and glass roll-up doors in the heart of Napa Valley, it’s certainly one of the more modern barns on this list.
Throughout the 1920s and 1930s, this land was owned by a Gatsby-style character who entertained the rich and famous on his Jazz-age equestrian estate and barn.
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Once a 1920's summer camp, now the remnants of long-extinguished campfire smoke and s'mores linger to provide an air of nostalgia so prominent it’s palpable. Bonus: lovebirds can marry in a tree house, complete with fireplace, built-in bar and expansive deck, reserving the beautiful barn for the reception.
Rubies & Rust is a beautifully rustic and curated wedding venue in the Twin Cities, it's one of the best collection of vintage treasures and rustic touches we've seen in one place, all able to be used for your celebration.
Clean lines, open air spaces, manicured lawns, and twinkling lights. Nothing screams Hollywood style more than the Lombardi House. We love it so much that we styled this very photo shoot here! Photo: Jose Villa
Greengate Ranch is accented by old growth walnut and pepper trees as well as Pinot and Chardonnay vines, also available for your wedding toast. Here the California sky meets the vast vineyards of California’s Central Coast, with the Pacific Ocean and all the pleasures of the beach just minutes away. Photo: Cameron Ingalls
The White Sparrow is a beautiful brand new barn! With a 2015 opening this vintage wedding barn venue is located in Union Valley, Texas – not too far from the DFW metroplex. The white barn’s rustic charm is breathtaking in its idyllic natural setting amidst impressive oaks and lush gardens.
Kuhs Estate & Farm is set on 150 rolling acres and ensures a rollicking good time! Hoot and holler your way to a fantastic soirée on this historic estate on the Missouri Bluffs. In addition to hosting a farm fete you will help support the estates mission to rescue animals. You may get lucky enough to meet the 8 horses, 2 dairy cows, goats, miniature pigs, cats, dogs, ducks, geese, quail, chickens, turkeys and a peacock named "Jane".
Barn at Flanagan Farm is a sublimely refined late 19th century Maine barn and farmhouse with gracious accommodations on one property. Previously owned by Gwendolyn Flanagan (1916-2008), the sixty-six acre farmstead was purchased in 2011 by Gail Landry!