Host Your Next Event on the Farm

Host Your Next Event on the Farm

Posted by admin, on 5/15/2012, in category Planning

Here at Eventective, we strive to help you find just the right place and services for your next event.  As you are planning, keep in mind that there are a number of different types of venues that can handle your event.  From boats to banquet halls to conference centers, the selection is widespread, and sometimes daunting. 

Have you considered having your event on a farm?  Many farms have converted their property into a venue that can handle many types of events.  Often, these farms are located in some of the most beautiful spots in your area, and can be very flexible in meeting the needs of you and your guests. 

To give you a taste of what is out there, we'd like to show you just a few of the farms that are showcased as featured partners on Eventective.

Rosaleda FarmRosaleda Farm

Located north and west of Philadelphia in Pottstown, Rosaleda Farm has sought to bring old world charm to your next event.  The barn and the landscaping provide an amazing backdrop to your event.  The barn was carefully reconstructed by Amish builders in recent years.  The first floor of the barn can serve as a dining room or a dance floor, and there is an easily accessible loft that serves as a great place to mingle and watch the festivities. 

The property is located on 20 beautiful acres of pasture, wooded areas, hills, and a fish pond. Rosaleda is the Spanish word for Rose Garden, and the landscaping around the property is meticulously maintained.  If your event could use some old world charm, then Rosaleda Farm is the place for you.

Rose and Oscar, the current proprietors, run the farm and would be delighted to hear from you about how they can host your next event.

 

Cornerstone FarmCornerstone Farm

Located on 92 acres in Red Oak, Virginia, Cornerstone Farm is another beautiful location for your event.  With all of that space, it is no wonder that there are many places to have your event.  For example, a wedding ceremony can be hosted by the pond in a gazebo, inside the farmhouse, or in a refurbished barn known as Cherith Hall.  The landscaped gardens are perfect for pictures of the bride and groom, and the folks at Cornerstone Farm can help you plan the perfect event.

To top it off, Cornerstone Farm can incorporate farm animals into your event.  If you just want them to be around to add to the experience, that can be arranged.  Or what if the bride wants to show up on a horse?  That can be arranged too!

 

FiveSense Farm

Located in the heart of Tennesse, FiveSense Farm sits along a creek to give your event the truly pastoral feel.  Their planners can take all of the work out of your event for you, or you can do it all yourself and just rent their venue.  With that kind of flexibility, there is no doubt that they can make your event a success.

Your event can take place by their lovely canopy of trees, along the creek, or at other various spots on the property.  You can even decorate the farmhouse porch with photos (perfect for a wedding!)  The fresh air and scenery is invigorating, adding a whole new element to your event. 


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Posted by
Jaymie
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 9:37 AM
Great information. Thank you
Posted by
Brendy
Thursday, May 24, 2012 12:42 PM
I attended a wedding at FiveSense Farm last October and the lighted mason jars hanging from the trees turned out amazing.  
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