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Choosing a Farm Wedding

Congratulations! You are engaged and you have decided on a Farm venue for your wedding. Most likely you have seen some amazing pictures on Pinterest of glamorous Barn and Farm weddings and it seems like a Fairy Tale come true for your wedding day! However, the more you investigate, the more it seems like there are too many rules and regulations to make your perfect day happen on a farm. So, why should you still choose a farm wedding at Highland Heights?

At Highland Heights, our goal is to make YOUR dreams come true for your wedding day!

Here is what you need to know about holding your wedding on a farm, but still making it YOUR perfect day!
1. Be Flexible!
This is key to having a farm wedding be successful. At Highland Heights, we know how our farm operates in each season, where the best lighting will be at certain times of the day, and we want to help you make the most of all of these things! So, when you visit, keep an open mind for how the day will run and we will explore your options and suggest what we will think will make your day a success.

 

2. Be Understanding
It may seem like there are a lot of restrictions when it comes to Farm Weddings, and sometimes there are, but these are primarily to keep the farm running smoothly and safely, in order to protect all the livestock and guests. You want your day to go off without a hitch, and so do we! You chose a farm wedding, so enjoy the FARM! There are some unique features like the horses running in the pasture during the ceremony, kids feeding goats during the reception, sunsets over wide open corn fields, rustic barns for stunning pictures, the PROS of a Farm wedding are endless, so just be sure you understand the farms guidelines, and your day will be priceless!

 

3. Be Creative
Figure out the style of wedding you want to have, and then work with Highland Heights to create the exact feel you want! The wonderful part of an outdoor wedding on our farm is that the possibilities are endless. You can go rustic with hay bale seating, wildflower bouquets, and whiskey barrel tables. Or elegant with Chiavari chairs, white linens and full china place settings. There is also anything in between. Rent a dance floor. Serve prime rib on a hay wagon. A Spring or Fall evening with lots of fires in barrels for guests to keep warm. Maybe a summer afternoon with a S’Mores Bar is your preference. Whatever your style, we will help you create the memories you desire.

 

 

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