Details and rates

Below are a few of the base rate details of the farm.  We would love to provide additional services beyond those listed below.  Do not hesitate to contact us with questions or requests.

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Rental Price: $2950 ($1,000 non-refundable deposit required to hold date)

  • price includes the following:
    1. Use of barn, walnut grove and all surrounding gardens
    2. Use of the Walnut Grove Farm Guest House
    3. 3-day rental period (Friday for set-up, Saturday for Wedding, Sunday for clean-up)
    4. Any stationary decor currently in use in the barn or on the farm
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We are the florist of choice, meaning we do all floral arrangements for all activities on the farm, and given our breadth of experience with wedding florals on and off the farm, we would love to make ideal arrangements for your wedding.  For more references to our floral work, all images on are our work.  Our social media accounts are often updated with many images too.

The barn is not heated, and can be a tad bit chilly even in the spring.  May through October are ideal months for weddings.

Guest host liquor liability insurance is also required and usually runs around $175.  Please inquire for more information.

Additional wedding planning is also available for an additional charge.

  • items previous parties have found ideal to rent:
    1. Tent
    2. Linens, chairs and tables


Walnut Grove Farm offers numerous settings for weddings and receptions - virtually anywhere on the farmstead! Most couples choose to have their wedding in the walnut grove or in the barn, but don’t forget our “wedding garden” as well.  Receptions are most often held in the barn and/or a rented tent.  Combinations of all the above are also possible - including the farm being the setting for only a wedding or reception. 

The bird's eye view map to the right provides a layout of the farmstead.  See also the two photo galleries showing examples of weddings in the barn and walnut grove.  The Barn Wedding gallery also shows wedding receptions in the barn and photos of how a tent was used.