Rustic Manor, 1848 is such a gorgeous venue. I have had the pleasure of working there a few times now in various seasons. It doesn’t matter if it’s spring summer or fall, the gorgeous grounds have so much to offer. The recently expanded barn its spacious, with a loft that offers a unique view for guests during the dance.
Being able to have both your ceremony and reception at one venue is very convenient for many people. And with the spacious barn you always have a backup in case of inclement weather. I have been fortunate enough to have good weather every time I’ve been there, and the ceremony took place down in a large clearing surrounded by trees. I just love how the venue created a beautiful fence that blends in with the scenery for the wedding party to hide behind before processing down the aisle.
There’s a pergola available for decoration so you can customize your wedding ceremony decor accordingly.
The grounds great are for so many opportunities for beautiful photographs as well. With the wide open Wild flower field, golden hour is the prime time for some beautiful photographs in this area. They also have a gnarly ancient oak tree that adds some visual interest to portraits. Oversize yard games are available to keep your gas entertained during cocktail hour while you were off having photos done. The staff of always been great to work with, and do such a good job to make sure that your special day run seamlessly. The bridal suite and newly renovated groom sweet both offer a great spot for couples to get ready with beautiful natural light.
I’m always excited when I booked a wedding with a client who has chosen rustic Manor, 1848, as their venue. And I look forward to working there again in the future.

View some blog posts of weddings at Rustic Manor here and here.