Tags: Barn Venue, Barn Weddings, Hartford Maine, Little Bear Pond, Maine Barn Event Venue, Maine Barn Wedding, Maine Wedding, Reclaimed Wood Tables
Summer Wedding Reception
Summers in Maine keep visitors coming back year after year and Rose and Collin chose one of our beautiful, sunny, Maine summer weekends for their wedding. They were married at the stunning and historic Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul in Lewiston, Maine by Reverend Matthew Gregory. Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests made the quick 30 minute drive to Bonaventura Vineyards for their barn wedding reception. Although it was quite possibly the hottest weekend of the summer, there was a breeze here in Hartford and the heat did not stop Rose and Collin and their guests from
Take a seat!
We are proud to be able to offer our guests wooden farm-style tables made on site here at Bonaventura Vineyards by our own Chad Casey. The majority of these tables have been constructed from reclaimed wood from our barn, much of it from the haylofts that were in place when we purchased the property. The tables are included in both packages can accommodate up to 125 guests. We are also able to provide chairs if needed for up to 125 guests (https://bonaventuravineyards.com/the-packages/ ). We currently have 16 tables on site and 125 chairs. Our smallest table is the sweetheart table,
If you are looking to simplify the decorations for your wedding or hoping to help minimize your budget, Bonaventura Vineyards has some options available on site, which are included in both packages (check out The Packages page for pricing details http://bonaventuravineyards.com/?page_id=780 ). The following will provide details on some of the items we have available including the quantity and measurements of each item: 18 gold and white votive candle holders – these measure 3 inches tall by 2.5 inches wide (note: these do not include the battery operated candle or tea light pictured below) 15 milk bottle style vases or
We have been talking about a sign for the property for almost two years. Like many other aspects of the property we knew we wanted to construct the sign ourselves and include a connection to the history of the property if we could. Over the course of the past couple years, we have enjoyed looking at and discussing other signs we have seen and what we liked or maybe did not like about them in an effort to bring our vision to life. We came across letters that we really liked the style of at a winery tasting room in