Do you want to slow down your wedding weekend? Do you want to be able to relax and have time to connect with your closest family and friends? Then if your answer is yes then consider our “Two-Day Packages.”
High Point Farms offers two ways to obtain this “Two-Day Package.” First – If your desired wedding date is on a Saturday in the Fall (September, October, and November), then our Premium Weekend Package automatically includes the Two Day Package. These overnight packages are increasingly popular once brides become aware of such a package.
On-site lodging for 16 allows you to have your closest family or friends here with you for those 2 1/2 days. Hosting your Rehearsal Dinner Event on the Farm just makes sense. If wedding day at the farm sounds unique, laid back, and memorable, then what would two days at the farm be like?
The second way you can include this experience is to “Add this Package onto the Classic Package.” This allows our brides who are booking earlier in the year (mid-March through August) to consider this weekend package as well.
The Two-Day Package Includes:
* Adds a Friday Rehearsal Dinner Event
* Friday Access to Barn 5-10 PM
* Friday Event for 50 Guests or Less
* Chair Set Up/Break Down/Clean Up
* Friday Reception Tables Decorated
* Friday Night Bonfire
* Friday Vendor Choice
* Offered a Preferred List
* Saturday Morning Access to Barn
1. At Guesthouse for 8 Fri./Sat.
2. At Farmhouse for 8 Fri./Sat.
3. At Treehouse for 2 Sat.
Whether it is groomsmen at the Guest House or out-of-town family, it typically is the bridesmaids at the Farmhouse. This allows the bride to have one final girls night sleep-over. Often come Saturday morning, the lodgers at both houses converge to the Guest House for a brunch of sorts on our extra long farmhouse table suitable for 18. One final meet up before the day’s activities begin. Guys often head off on an adventure like hiking, golfing, or a shooting range. Girls will start their long process of hair and make-up so photos can begin.
The photographer can come early and begin taking his detail shots and prepping photos.
Slow down your timeline. Take your time to relish each moment.
Have the extra time to connect with your close family and friends. Make memories beyond one moment.