Once upon a time, the Silk Mill was a bustling factory with more than 200, late-19th-century female employees. Silk imported from Italy was at that time spun for sewing, but now the industrial and Victorian style of the building makes way for an elegant and unique venue for weddings and other events. The "mill" portion of the grounds are for events, while the inn contains 27 antique guestrooms, straight from the 1930s. All in all, it's the perfect venue for a wondrous winter wedding.
This Mediterranean and Tuscan-inspired winery is gorgeous for a wedding, no matter the season! With a ballroom, patio, wine cave and barrel room, there are plenty of spaces to incorporate into your big day...and they're all so beautiful, you'll definitely want to! Plus, with the abundance of flowing wine, you won't have any trouble keeping your wine-loving guests happy.
This historic venue is perfect for a chic wedding with a rustic flair. Couples are invited to celebrate their nuptials on the unique grounds (which are still used as part of a real working farm!), where elegant centerpieces and flower arrangements may meet the occasional vintage tractor or a stray rooster or two. Total Southern charm abounds, as bridal parties and guests are transported to a time period totally removed from the cares of everyday life. In other words, it's an amazing setting for a one-of-a-kind wedding.
Equal parts rustic and elegant, the Glasgow Farm is a perfect setting for any country-chic event. The venue is still a working farm today, and the event space, the Family Home and the Old Barn, both built in 1900, reflect their historic origins. Full of charm, this fabulous wedding venue was a joy to photograph.
The Glasgow Farm is our favorite venue. I'm not quite sure what it is but you get a feeling like you are home when you're there. It has that warm feel to it and country laid back vibe. The beautiful farm house is such a unique, rustic, antique place to get ready. It has so many nooks and crannies which as photographers is music to our ears or cameras for that matter. The Glasgow's manage the farm, so don't be surprised if you and a chicken cross paths during cocktail hour. Everything is so very genuine about this place and we love that.