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Onsite Ceremonies

For couples who would like to host their wedding ceremony as well as their reception at the Red Barn, we have two lovely options that you can choose from. This allows for all wedding festivities to take place all on the same property. Couples can choose to get married in the Wedding Garden or inside the Grand Ballroom. 

All Ceremony Fees include: An additional hour onsite (30 minutes for guest arrival, 30 minutes for the ceremony), the early arrival of the wedding party (up to one hour prior to guest arrival time), use of the Bridal Suite, champagne and snack platter for the wedding party, the set up and break down of the ceremony chairs, and a ceremony rehearsal the day before the wedding. 

In the event of inclement weather ceremonies may be moved from outside from the Wedding Garden into the Grand Ballroom with 24 hours notice. 

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The Wedding Garden    

 

Ceremony Fee: $1,800

In the Wedding Garden couples have the choice of two beautiful settings to exchange their vows and capture the moment of commitment to life together forever. The wedding ceremony back-drop may be the wedding gazebo or the gorgeous sugar maple trees. 

The Wedding Garden also serves as an ideal location for lawn games during Cocktail Hour, photographs, and a pre-reception gathering area. 

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Thank you all SO much for making my wedding an absolute dream! Your staff exceeded my expectations with all the preparations and the customer service during the ceremony and reception. Despite a little rain shower it cound not been more perfect! I will highly recommend you to anyone. Thank you for going above and beyond!
— Love, Beau and Amanda
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The Grand Ballroom

Ceremony Fee $2,500

The Grand Ballroom is the indoor option for late fall, winter, and early spring weddings. It also serves as the back-up ceremony option during the summer months in the event of inclement weather. Seating is set up chapel style and couples get married in front of the fireplace and mantle area.

While guests are enjoying Cocktail Hour on the veranda and in the foyer area the Grand Ballroom is "flipped" and set up for the remainder of the reception. 

Photo Credits (from top to bottom): Amy Spirito Photography, Elizabeth Bradford Photography,flour!, Russel Caron Wedding Photography