Authentic farm weddings hold our heart. At our barn wedding venue in North Georgia, we offer a true farm-to-table experience with fresh blueberries, seasonal produce and cut flowers.
Our Farm To Table Wedding package features many items grown on the farm. We love working with our florists to plan ahead for your wedding color palette and plant flowers just for your wedding! The process starts as you work with our florist to determine your color palette and wedding style. They share that vision with us, and we start to look through available flower types and colors that typically bloom during the time of your wedding date.
From there, we buy all the seeds - this is probably the most fun part other than harvesting the flowers! We get to dream about all the potential. We start most of our flowers by seed and grow them inside for a few weeks until they are ready to be planted. The majority of our flowers are grown in raised beds - this allows us to provide them with the best soil and cuts down on weed management (the NOT fun part of farming!)
Once they are planted, we water, fertilize, pray and watch to make sure they grow the best they can for your wedding!
We were already excited to add farm grown flowers to our wedding offerings, but after seeing the inspiration dreamed up by this talented team of vendors - we are ecstatic for what the future holds!
Stems Atlanta dreamed up a garden growing on the table - how whimsical and romantic is that?! The bouquet and bridemaid flower wands just added to the overall charm of the inspiration. The Prissy Plate company added her gorgeous place settings to complete the look. And Hillary Leah Photography captured it all with glowing images!
We hope it inspires you to dream about your wedding day!
Photographer Hillary Leah Photography
Florist Stems Atlanta
China The Prissy Plate Company
Cakes My Cake Lady Lynne
Dresses Wedding Angels Bridal
Hair and Make Up Honey Comb Charm Beauty Parlor
Venue Pleasant Union Farm
Pleasant Union Farm is a family owned wedding venue in North Georgia, about an hour north of Atlanta.