FAQ

What Happens If It Rains?

In the event that it rains on the day of your wedding we do have a rain plan! Setting up benches or chairs down the center aisle of the barn makes for a beautiful rainy day ceremony. When the ceremony is over, the seating can be removed to open up the dance floor!

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Is The Barn Climate Controled?

While there is A/C and Heat in the ready-rooms and restrooms, the main reception floor is not climate controlled. For this reason we are closed July-August and Thanksgiving-February. It can still be chilly in the fall and spring so we do have fire pits and patio heaters available for rent to keep you and your guests toasty!

Can I Bring My Dog?

Yes! We are dog lovers and know having your fur babies can be an important part of your day! Dogs are allowed on property and in the barn but we ask that you keep them leashed/crated and out of the ready-rooms.

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Do We Need To Purchase Event Insurance?

Yes, you will need to purchase a Million Dollar Policy for the day of your wedding . We recommend eventhelper.com!

Can We Serve Alcohol?

Yes, you can serve alcohol but ALL alcohol must be served by an insured bartender. Check out our preferred vendor list for bartender suggestions!

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What Size Linens Do We Need?

That depends on if you want floor length tablecloths or short. Below are the measurements for both!

Floor Length:               Short:

8' Tables- 90"x156"      60"x126"

6' Tables- 90"x132"      60"x102"

Round Tables- 120"    90"

Are There Hotels Nearby For Any Guests That Travel?

Yes! There is a Holiday Inn and a Hampton Inn both within 4 miles of the venue.

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Matthew 19:4-6

4 He answered, “Have you not read that He who created them from the beginning made them male and female, 5 and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’? 6 So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man separate.”