The barn is 96 feet long x 60 feet wide and approximately 7000 square feet including the 2nd floor. It can comfortably fit up to 180 seated guests.

Yes! We have paved sidewalks from the parking lot to the venue as well as designated parking spaces right outside the venue. Inside we have a fully accessible bridal party suite on the first floor and all rooms and doorways on the first floor are ADA compliant.

Of course! We have 2 separate suites available on the second floor. Each have a designated restroom, however one of the suites has a private restroom to ensure extra privacy! We also have another suite that can be used on the first floor.

In case of inclement weather, your ceremony will be held inside the barn. You have until 4 hours before your ceremony to decide, and we will work with you to smoothly transition the inside of the barn from the ceremony to the reception.

The venue rental fee for social & corporate events includes exclusive use of the barn patio, surrounding area, fire pits, 30×30 tent (May-Nov only), 60″ round tables, 30″ x 96″ banquet tables, 30″ cocktail tables, wooden Chiavari chairs, 2-way speaker system with microphone, ivory tablecloths, cleaning (excluding food & client-supplied decorations), set-up and take down of all the tables and chairs, and a fully stocked bar with bartenders.

The venue rental fee for weddings includes everything above, as well as day-of wedding coordination, cloth napkins, and access to the bridal suite prior to your wedding.  The length of time at the barn varies for weekday and weekend weddings. Please contact us for additional details.

Yes! The barn is equipped with a high-efficiency heating and cooling system.

We do not serve the food, but we’ve selected four exclusive caterers that couples can choose from. We also have a dedicated prep kitchen in order to adequately serve our guests. Please visit our vendors page for more information on our exclusive caterers.

All of our caterers offer gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. If you need a kosher option, please 
contact us and we will find a way to accommodate you.

We do not allow clients to bring in their own food for weddings, but for other events, they can bring in food from any licensed restaurant or caterer (not homemade).

We do hold a liquor license all beverages must be served by us under our liquor license.

Only if they operate a bakery and can provide us with a proof of license and a COI (certificate of insurance) to ensure the safety of your guests.

Most of our caterers do not charge a cake cutting fee, but you should check this with them.

Our exclusive caterers typically will provide a discounted price for children. For more details please contact one of our exclusive caterers.

We do not allow our clients to change their wedding dates after they’ve booked with us, but if there is an emergency please contact us.

Even though the barn is located over 1400 feet from the road, it is in a residential neighborhood, so out of respect for our neighbors we do not allow receptions to be held outdoors. We do have an outdoor patio area on the back of the barn which can be used for cocktail hour, and the ceremony can be held outdoors in our designated ceremony location.

Yes absolutely! Please contact us for additional details.

Yes! We invite you to personalize your wedding with your own decorations to make your day extra special. We do not allow any nailing or stapling of any decorations to the walls or ceilings, and we do not allow open flame candles of any kind.

Absolutely! Please contact us for information about scheduling a tour.

Although we do not have any on-site accommodations, there are 10 hotels located less than 15 minutes from the venue, many of which we offer discounted pricing at!

We will provide you with a list of preferred transportation companies in the area that will be able to assist you with your needs whether it’s 5 people or all 180!

We absolutely love pets, and you’re welcome to include them in your outdoor ceremony, but unfortunately, we cannot allow them inside the barn where meals are served.

We have parking for 68 vehicles, and the driveway and parking lots are paved and the sidewalks are all concrete. 

While vendors are working at our venue, we do not allow them to consume any alcohol.  This includes hair, make-up stylists, bands, DJs, photographers, etc. 

Yes you do.  We card everyone who looks under the age of 35 and if you don’t have your ID on you, then you are not allowed to consume alcohol on our premises. 

Fireworks are not allowed on the property at any time.

We do allow sparklers, but only when they’re distributed by the barn staff for special occasions, such as sparkler send-offs. 

We do allow smoking, but only in designated areas, including the patio and the benches near the cul-de-sac in front of the barn.  We ask that all cigarette butts be discarded in designed cigarette receptacles. 

Yes, we do allow yard games to be played on the concrete patio, but not on the grass out front or behind the barn. 

We allow the bar to remain open for a maximum of 5 hours, regardless of the length of the event.  The 5 hours can be split up though.  For example, 1 hour for cocktail hour, closed for an hour for formalities, and then re-opened for 4 more hours. 

You can take photos wherever you’d like around the property.  Some popular locations include the ceremony area, the meadow, any of our gardens, in front of the barn doors and in the grass in front of the barn.

When couples are arriving at the barn early to get ready, we allow them to bring water, coffee, snacks, Bluetooth speakers, clothing, make-up and yard games.  If you’d like to bring anything else please speak with your wedding coordinator. 

Your wedding coordinator will be assigned to you 6 months prior to your wedding.  In the meantime, please reach out to weddings@bullmeadow.com with any questions and our team will reply to you as soon as possible.  Your coordinator will reach out to you to schedule your final details meeting about 4 months prior to your wedding.

Yes you can leave cars in our parking lot overnight.  We just ask that they be picked up by 9am the following morning. 

We ask that all couples remove their decorations the night of the event.  The reason for this is because we typically have weddings the following day.  We do sometimes make exceptions if there is not an event the following day. 

Yes you can decorate the ceremony area and pavilion.  We just ask that you not use any penetrating fasteners (nails, staples, etc.) and that you clean up 100% of your decorations, including flowers, at the end of the event. 

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