From Elyse Major
Ashley and Sarah chose a location that is not a wedding venue at all, but through a friendship with the owner, who graciously allowed a small party on their farm, the couple made an unforgettable day. “We were originally supposed to get married at The Guild in Pawtucket with about 75 guests, but quite early on during COVID, Sarah and I made the tough decision to go ahead with our wedding ceremony and have no guests,” explains Ashley. “We have transformed one of the seed houses on the farm into our romantic dinner setting, simply decorated with fairy lights, fresh flowers and candles. It was intimate and magical. “
Make it your own
Presenting a season as a wedding theme can instantly spark ideas. For Ashley and Sarah, fall played a major role, and everything from in-season flowers to food played off to the rich tones of the leaves changing color. Similar farms worth contacting are growers of Christmas trees, sunflowers, tulips, apples, and pumpkins.
Tip: Grace Note Farm in Pascoag and The farmer’s daughter are wedding locations.