Interior of our Appalachian-style Party Barn at Country Manor Acres
A little line dancing started by the bride and groom became fun for all.
Summer fun at the party barn for this reception.
Cathedral-style window sections on the tent sidewalls keep the tent bright yet cozy during this Fall wedding reception
Our waterfall drapes make a great backdrop for either the cake or the head bridal table. Here we used our whiskey keg table to contract with the crystal chandeliers.
Tents can be added to the side to the party barn to expand the area. Here the tent has crystal chandeliers, plus the tent liner and the Christmas lights behind the tent liner.
This tented reception was held at the Oak Tree on the Upper Property.
The side shelves of the beverage shed are ideal for displaying and serving hors d’oeuvres to guests while the bridal photos are completed.
You can see that the parking area is completely hidden from the tented reception area or the ceremonial site – yet convenient to both.
The veranda at the Country Manor Inn provides an upscaled and covered option while maintaining the spectacular mountain views.
This bride recreated a table setting reminiscent of grandma’s farm with antique, mis-matched plates at a long country table.
This was the perfect mix between boots and blue jeans and a black tie affair.
Waiting to end the evening with the bon fire and marshmallow roast
This was a kick your boots-stomping reception with plenty of country music to celebrate Steven and April’s wedding
Imagine your reception on the private 50-acre estate, nestled into the hillside, or fill the Appalachian Party Barn with fun decor and musical sounds for a guaranteed fun time.
The Appalachian Party Barn and The Hayloft Honeymoon or Guest Accommodation. Photo courtesy of Handmade Photography.
Chef Tony of First Fruits Catering was making sure there was plenty of good stuff to eat
Load up the beverage shed and start up the music and your reception can be everything you dreamed it might be.
As members of the Blount County Wedding Professionals Association, we have experienced caterers, photographers, cake decorators, florists, ministers of all denominations, and decorators we can refer you to. We feel they would be attentive to your desires as well as your budget.
However, you are welcome to provide your own vendors who will work closely with us to assure your wedding is as perfect as possible.
See our News from the Country for Special cakes, centerpieces and vintage or country decorations.
Image your Dream Wedding Reception! Thanks, Chef Tony McClanahan for the image.
- Party Room in the Hayloft
Elegant Outdoor Buffet provided by Miss Lilies Catering on the Veranda of Country Manor Inn overlooking our 50 acre estate.
Succulent Shish Kabob provided by Miss Lilies
Catering by First Fruits Catering