With snow-capped mountain peaks, lush Aspen and evergreen forests, and sweeping valley vistas, Colorado certainly lives up to its reputation as the jewel of the American West. And for couples seeking a rustic, outdoorsy wedding venue, there's no better place to start than the Rocky Mountain state. Quintessential barns, ranches, and farms are located in every corner of Colorado, making it easy to find a perfect fit...the only tricky part is choosing just one!
The possibilities for styling your barn wedding are endless. How do you decide which look to go for? To help get your creative juices flowing—and show you just how versatile a barn wedding venue can be—we've compiled 9 of our favorite barn wedding tablescapes. Let the drooling commence.
It may come as a surprise to you that New Jersey has an amazing array of scenic, country wedding venues. Just venture outside the main cities and you'll be captivated by the tree-studded mountains, farmland dotted with rustic barns, historic manors overlooking rolling hills, and upscale equestrian estates with stunning views.
A rustic setting may be the most versatile for a wedding, as it offers so much to so many couples. Want something low key and easy going? Think farm, ranch, or barn. Want rolling fields and majestic mountains? They’re often part of a rustic backdrop, which frequently includes spectacular scenery and natural splendor.
The Napa/Sonoma Wine Country is famous for its wines and gorgeous scenery, but it’s also renowned as a wedding mecca. And although hosting your Big Day here can be pricey, you’ll be happy to know that the region is also home to more affordable venues. Here’s a list of places that are easier on your wallet!
Get married in the country, and you’re likely to be surrounded by open sky, mountain vistas, hay bales, and maybe even a weathered red tractor. If you want to tie the knot on a farm or party in a barn, pay a visit to these Northern Virginia wedding venues.