Post # 17
I was also looking for a venue that had a rustic feel like a barn, but decided to go with the Pierce House in Lincoln. The fee is only $1500 on Fri or Sun, and they’re pretty flexible as far as the caterers/bartending to choose…everything can be customized to make it exactly how you want it (and save $)!
We got married in June and had Blue Ribbon BBQ cater…everyone said it was the best wedding food they’ve ever had! It’s such an amazing space if you want to include beautiful outdoors with vintage new england!
I don’t have photos up yet, but here’s a link to photos from a fall wedding there:
Post # 18
We went to a beautiful rustic wedding at the Isaac Winslow House in Marshfield last year:
Post # 19
@bostondesigner: Hey venue twin!!! I am so excited to get married at the Pierce House!!!
Post # 20
Thank you all so much for your wonderful suggestions! We ended up booking our venue at Quonquont Farm in Whately MA! It’s a gorgeous rustic barn nestled in an apple orchard! I’ve always had this idea in the back of my mind that I’d love to get married in an orchard- low and behold we find this place which has both a rustic barn which we were on the hunt for, and an apple orchard! We’re thrilled! 10/4/13!!
Post # 21
@thenextmrsi: Congratulations!! It’s a gorgeous venue, you’ll love it there! Lots of great spots for photos too.
Post # 22
We would also recommend The Overbrook House (Bourne, MA) and Bourne Farms (Falmouth, MA) – both are great rustic venues. Absolutely let us know if you are in need of any rustic rental items – farm tables, furniture, china & more!
Post # 23
This is beautiful and I bet in October it would be incredible! It’s Smith Barn in Peabody MA.
Post # 24
I’m getting married at Smolak Farms in North Andover this summer. It seems very rustic, but will be beautiful. Finger crossing that there is good weather as the ceremony will be outside and the reception in a tent to follow 🙂
Post # 26
I’m not the OP but thanks everyone for this list! You’re making my life so much easier