Winter is dull and dreadful here in New England. Luckily, a winter wedding doesn’t have to be.
The snow in March, the barn reception hall and the gazebo in wood, this is perfect combination for a typical New England barn wedding. Many people maybe think “Yikes”, another barn wedding. I feel you. I have seen many not too attractive barn wedding photos. I’m not a big fan of sunflowers on a wedding day or burlaps everywhere.
I wanted to challenge that. Face the fact, I’m in New England. Barns and farms are everywhere. These wedding venues are popular choices for many many couples. So I wanted to proof barn wedding doesn’t mean it’s low budget wedding. The problem is not the barn itself. The solution is in how you could style your wedding at its location and environment. You need to make the space works for you and turn it into an upscale, modern and elegant wedding like this Five Bridge Inn winter barn wedding.
We used the organic elements like unknown greenery, succulent directly out of the pot gave the earthy feel while the blue glassware and textured cake gave the modern twist. The colors of gray, blue are perfect for earthy and modern tone while the glory of gold and purple shine through dull March winter in New England. It was just simply stunning.
This is one of my favorite part of Five Bridge Inn! It features an outdoor stone pizza oven and chef on site. They can service couples and guests in a casual, relaxing environment. It’s perfect for serving lunch or brunch the day after a wedding. Many rustic elements complete this cozy country outdoor space call Whisky Kitchen. Fresh gourmet pizza and drinks? Who can say NO to that?
Want to see other rustic barn venues in MA?
Check out The Barn at Gibbet Hill in Groton, MA
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