Typically, the deposit and half of the cost of the venue would be collected to book a date for your wedding. However, we will not be ready for touring until late September-October 2021. Many feel that they need to reserve their wedding date now so that they can make further plans. If our venue sounds perfect for you and you want to save the date, we are accepting a minimal sight-unseen $100 hold-the-date fee through the the beginning of this Fall when you are able to tour our venue and finalize your booking. You can go to Google Maps to get a panoramic view of our location to give you a better feel for the setting. The $100 fee is non-refundable, but will be applied to your deposit should you book your wedding venue with us. Go to our Calendar page to see if your date is available.

Use the contact page to let us know the wedding time & date you want immediately. Thank you!


Cottagecore weddings tend to be more affordable than many other venue options. We break up payments for you to make the cost more manageable.

Deposit: $1,000

  • Deposit + 1/2 of package cost due at time of booking

  • 1/2 of package cost due 6 months prior to the wedding

  • You can pay by credit card online or by check

Our refund policy is detailed in our contract sent to you after a tour of our facility.

Ideas for Affordable Weddings

Engaged couples pay for part or all of the wedding expenses 90% of the time these days. Many would prefer to have a smaller wedding budget and invest their money in their future. Even parents who have saved for weddings are more-open to contributing a portion of the wedding budget to a down-payment on a house, for example, as young couples struggle buy homes and start families. You can have a memorable-tasteful wedding and still stay in budget when using a cottagecore theme. Plus, wedding guest will enjoy a unique, fun event in an interesting setting that lends itself to fellowship and easy conversation.

In a bygone era, wedding gifts were a way to help couples set up house. These days, engaged couples tend to be older and have lived on their own for many years; they have already accumulated basic necessities. A great way to cut down on a wedding budget is to ask guests to bring a covered dish rather than a bread-maker, for example. In the invitation, mention potluck theme and ask that they please bring a side or dessert in place of a gift. Also, you can mention a favored dish that they make, making the invites even more endearing. The wedding Couple would bring the main entrees and guests would largely bring side-dishes and deserts.

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Hamptonville, NC 27020

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