Europe Wedding Venue – Rural Farm or Mountain with Gourmet Menu

posted 2 years ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 2
3293 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

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decostop :  any more detail on where in Europe? It’s a pretty big and diverse place. Do you want to get legally married there too? That will make a difference as in some countries it’s harder than others.

i suggest you narrow it down to at least a country first.

Post # 3
7 posts


maybe you want to take a look at this site:

It’s in Tyrol/Austria/Central Europe. 

Due to the climate I would recommend a wedding in late May, June – in April there might be

still some snow. 

Post # 4
30 posts

Will you have chance to visit the venue before booking? Or just book it and turn up, obvs lots of risk with this.

Post # 5
1356 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2021

Europe is a whole continent, I think you need to narrow it down to a country before people can give any suggestions. I’m planning a wedding in Italy (I’m based in the UK) my advice would be to start with check which countries you can legally marry in and if they have minimum stay requirements, as some of them require you to be in the country anything from a few days to a few weeks before you can get married there. Then I would decide what kind of food you want, the food varies massively between countries, and what weather, again this varies significantly between regions of Europe. Once you’ve decided on all that you can pick a country, I would then speak to a wedding planner regarding budget and your expectations and they will suggest suitable venues , you can arrange it by yourself if you really want to, but if there is a language barrier I would 100% recommend a local planner to help you. 

Post # 7
3926 posts
Honey bee

I’m no help, just wanted to say we almost went with Blue Hill for our wedding. It’s so cool! My little sister even attended farm camp there years ago. 

Post # 8
1474 posts
Bumble bee

With those specs I’d say pretty much any county in Europe. I’d start with what is easy for guest get to, legal requirements for marriage, what type of food you are interested in and what type of scenery you want. Based on that you can narrow down the country and then look for more specific locations.

Based on the pictures of stone barns it gave me a Scottish vibe.

Post # 9
1 posts

Hello everyone, I’m new to this forum.

A friend of mine married last year in a fabulous location just north of Rome called Tenuta di Ripolo. Trasportation was also quite easy since Rome is an international airport.

Highly recommended 😉

Post # 10
495 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2019

I grew up right near Blue Hill at Stone Barns but have never been because $$$$! Attending a wedding there must have been awesome.

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