If you’re looking for a cosmopolitan flair within the simplicity of nature for your wedding, you’ll find it at these three stunning Kentucky wedding venues.
Broken Arrow Farm
732 Davis Road, Falmouth, KY 41040
Elegance emanates from the new-build barn at Broken Arrow Farm. A five-foot chandelier hanging from the cathedral ceiling in the 5,000 square-foot barn brings the romance to this Kentucky wedding venue. A first-class sound system and built-in dance lighting ensures that any wedding reception is ready to rock.
If you’re indulging in an all-inclusive package, enjoy the brand new bridal suite and private grooms cabin on the farm’s 125 acres. Add a little extra fun to your sophisticated farm nuptials with a bonfire pit, popcorn machine, and hayrides.
Icing on the Cake: When in Kentucky, bourbon is the name of the game. Make use of the venue’s seven-foot bourbon barrel table for some extra Kentucky flair.
Misty Maple Gardens
529 Ashcraft Road, Falmouth, KY 41040
A country gravel road leads you to the first day of your married life at the former dairy farm of Misty Maple Gardens. The 256 acres on the farm includes three barns, two twin silos, a garden room and sunset views. Rest assured that this Kentucky wedding venue combines country, rustic, chic and charm all in one spot.
Icing on the Cake: The Rose Room bridal suite brings luxury to the country with a full bathroom, kitchenette and makeup and hair bar – all decorated in a warm, refined style with wood accents.
5391 Highway 330 W, Falmouth, KY 41040
This working farm is family-owned with outdoor ceremony options for the happy couple. Hold your reception in the rustic beauty of an authentic former tobacco barn turned wedding venue.
Built in the 1980s, the barn held tobacco up until 2017. These days, twinkle lights and gauzy fabrics bring the romance for modern weddings with an historic touch.
Icing on the Cake: In addition to being a working farm and Kentucky wedding venue, Southern Ties specializes in producing custom-made furniture and decor.
Things to Do Nearby
Kincaid Lake State Park is located within Pendleton County close to all three of these Kentucky wedding venues. With 850 acres for hiking, camping, sports and more pounds of largemouth bass per acre than any other lake in the state of Kentucky, your guests can enjoy a multitude of fun pre-and post-wedding activities!
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