Having your wedding in the Blue Ridge Mountains provides your guests with the opportunity to witness natural beauty and awe that cannot be found anywhere else. Still, you want to make sure they are able to take full advantage of their experience. That is why you must ensure they are prepared for things such as height, weather, and other variables. When it comes to organizing a mountain wedding, there are numerous perks to consider. I’m specifically looking at arranging a wedding in West Jefferson, North Carolina. Our small scenic area attracts couples worldwide because of the natural beauty and the variety of sites to exchange wedding vows. In case you’re considering having a mountain wedding, here are a few benefits you should be aware of when arranging a mountain wedding.
When you choose to get married in the mountains, you are guaranteed to have a memorable experience. Take advantage of this opportunity to create lasting memories with your friends and family. If you decide to elope, this time with your significant other will provide you with some of the best memories and experiences you could ever have.
A fantastic reason to have a mountain wedding is the opportunity to take a weekend trip as a result of it. It is possible to rent a home that is near a river so that you may go fishing without having to travel far. Consider the breathtaking photographs you will be able to capture on your wedding day in the mountains. Having images from your special day at The Barn on New River will always bring back happy memories for you and your guests. No matter where you choose to hold your ceremony, the mountain will serve as a stunning background. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to include a couple of your animal companions in your wedding photos. Getting married in the mountains is never a bad idea; it will undoubtedly be a day you will remember for the rest of your life.
A destination wedding will likely have a smaller guest list than a wedding closer to home, so plan accordingly. This might be a positive thing because it ensures that you are inviting only your closest friends to a more intimate gathering. Having a smaller number of guests at your mountain wedding can also save you money on renting a larger venue to accommodate everyone. In the process of organizing a mountain wedding, it is possible that the costs will be less than you anticipate. Create a budget that is within your price range so that when you meet with us, we can assist you in finding vendors who are within your price range. You can choose from a variety of packages ranging from an elopement to a wedding as large as you choose. Depending on the decisions made regarding food, lodging, and venue choices, you may be able to save money on your event. If you’re having a mountain wedding, keep things as basic as possible. The view of the mountains is all you really need. It’s possible that the wedding can be held in one location, depending on the magnitude of the event. When you get married in North Carolina’s mountains, you’ll be able to show your appreciation for the local businesses by donating to them. For catering or post-service clean-up, you can count on us.
North Carolina’s mountains are well known for their stunning scenery. Couples planning a destination wedding in the Blue Ridge Mountains will be in for a treat. When it comes to planning a special occasion, the mountains have a wide range of possibilities to choose from. The fall is by far the most popular time of year to visit the Blue Ridge Mountains. Although we’d argue that spring and summer are equally beautiful times of year to organize a mountain wedding, we’re here to tell you otherwise. In contrast to the hot and humid piedmont and coastal regions, the mountains of North Carolina are a refreshing respite from the heat. Planning a wedding weekend in a small town with hidden gems is a great idea.
The little towns of Boone, West Jefferson, Ashe County, Banner Elk, and Blowing Rock all have a laid-back atmosphere with stunning views of the surrounding landscape to complement that appeal. The fall is the peak wedding season in the Appalachian Mountains, which coincides with the high tourism season. In the fall, late August through early November is the best time of year to get married. The entire month of October is the peak wedding season because of the fall foliage. Be aware that most vendors and lodging in the Appalachian Mountains will be booked well in advance when making your wedding plans. Booking vendors and hotels 10-16 months in advance is our advice.
The Barn on the New River is located in West Jefferson, North Carolina. The Barn on New River is on 100 acres of land, encircled by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Southfork of the New River. When you first enter the Barn, you’ll be in awe of its opulence. The soaring 30′ ceilings, stunning Swarovski crystal chandeliers, string lights, and amazing acid-stained concrete floors immediately catch your attention. The Barn is a one-of-a-kind, 4900-square-foot masterpiece of luxury. For the perfect mountain destination wedding contact us today!