07 Jul Trending in Tennessee Events: Farm Weddings
In Tennessee, farm weddings are trending! With all the southern charm and unlimited space to bring your vision to life, there is nothing quite like celebrating on a farm. Especially at Southall Meadows, where you will enjoy complete privacy and have the use of, not one, but multiple stunning event spaces. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of hosting a farm wedding in Tennessee, and how a country-style wedding venue can make a lasting impression.
A Timeless Backdrop
When it comes to a farm wedding venue, it’s not all about the structures on-site, but the land surrounding them. Nature is a truly timeless backdrop that will never go out of style – and there is no shortage of it at Southall Meadows! The grounds are yours to wander to find the perfect spot for portraits, from the tree-lined drive to the lush fields. Meanwhile, our outdoor ceremony site is a dream, featuring rolling hills for a backdrop. And if you truly want to see our venue come to life, be sure to step outside during golden hour!
Unlimited Space to Gather
Space and privacy are two big perks of farm weddings. Situated on 280 acres in Franklin, Tennessee, there is no shortage of space in which to gather at Southall Meadows. From our open fields, ideal for a large ceremony, to the manicured lawn, fitting for an intimate cocktail hour. Here, you and your guests will be surrounded by nature, away from the harsh lights and sounds of the city. All the while, you will still be able to enjoy modern amenities (like our event hall!) that make for an effortlessly luxurious experience.
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Old Meets New
At Southall Meadows, we offer the best of both worlds, with two unique event spaces! Here old meets new, courtesy of our 100-year-old tobacco barn and newly built, modern farmhouse-inspired event hall. But despite the recent updates that lend a touch of luxury, the space is steeped in history. Family-owned, Southall Meadows remains a working farm to this day, a sanctuary to a variety of flora and fauna. The tobacco barn in particular has seen many beautiful memories, which those who marry here will continue to build on.
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