The Barn at High Point Farms has gone the whole year without a rained-out wedding ceremony. What an amazing streak! Rain is definitely a category of things that you cannot control, yet our location helps the odds with this senario. Outdoor weddings are "the thing." Most of the venues strive to provide outdoor space for the ceremony then inside space for the rest of the day. This way a bride can get it all; the beautiful scenery and natural light of outside plus the ambiance of indoor lighting for reception and beyond. It is the same

Eden Ingle Photo The Barn at High Point Farms is a bonafide Flower Farm. We are even registered with the Georgia Agriculture Department as part of their Agri-Tourism Industry. We have always had flowers but we have just kicked into high gear over these last several years. Having our gardens have many benefits. Andria Powers Photography The flowers are just part of our landscape. Our guests are greeted with our flowers. It just adds such beauty to our venue. There are flowers on all sides of our barn. Kenney Photo Kenney Photo And not just our barn, but

Eden Ingle The bride prepping for the ceremony is a huge part of the wedding day tradition. Capturing photos of this sentimental time of transforming from a fiance' to a bride is also very important. Let me share some of our favorite bride prepping photos with a bit of commentary so you can ponder your own plans. Randi Vasquez Photography Alison Pedigo Photography For the brides who are lodging the night before with their bridal party, be sure and capture these moments too. Snuggling up on a bed with theirr matching robes and socks makes for an adorable photo and

Abigail George Photographyhttps://abigailgeorgephotography.zenfolio.com/ There is a unique beauty to winter weddings. Here on the farm, our season ends early December and doesn't pick back up until mid/late March mainly because so much of our features surround our land, gardens, and outdoor spaces. Yes, for those weddings that are early Spring - before the foliage begins to bloom, and again for our late fall/early winter weddings when the leaves and vibrant colors have disappeared, there is still an allure to these wedding photos for their artistry. Let me show you. Randi Vasquez Photography Without the foliage in the trees,, suddenly each

Joy and Everette Photography Having an arbor for your backdrop at your wedding ceremony is quite traditional. With modern-day weddings being very personalized, it gives each bride great freedom over what kind of arbor and how she prefers to embellish it. Stephanie Richer Photography The rustic wooden cross is common for the Christian community bride. It signifies that Christ is the center of their relationship. The cross can easily be displayed without any adornments but, it too, can be embelished with greenery garland, floral accents, and/or draping. Traditional shaped arbors are likely the most commonly used shape of alter. Each