Hey, brides! Hey, other wedding vendors! Have you checked out The Barn of Chapel Hill yet? No, this isn’t a paid ad, but I just want to make sure that you know about this cute new venue in the Triangle.
For years I’ve been hoping and praying that our area would have a venue that is light, airy, and a little rustic. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not against old, brown, wooden barns. But my personal aesthetic leans more toward bright, white spaces.
So knowing all of this, you can imagine how excited I was when Be Inspired PR asked me to participate in this styled shoot. C and D Events did an amazing job designing and executing this editorial and the launch party that followed.
All of the vendors went above and beyond to make the party a success and Caroline Lima was on hand to capture all of the gorgeousness.
We provided multi-flavored, multi-colored macaron towers for the guests, and now I’m wishing that every bride orders one of these for her wedding. In addition to the macarons, we created a double-barrel cake that was decorated.
We would love for you to contact us for your wedding cake and dessert needs.
Barn of Chapel Hill Styled Shoot
The Barn of Chapel Hill is located on Wild Flora Farm, a local farm that focuses on fresh cut flowers and local honey. Wild Flora Farm also serves as the onsite florist for this wedding venue.
The Barn of Chapel Hill is located a few miles from the downtown Chapel hill and sits beautifully on 22 acres.
Venue and Florals: The Barn of Chapel Hill
Photography: Caroline Lima
Rentals: Cottage Luxe
Linens: CE Rental
Lighting: Get Lit Special Event Lighting
Cocktail Napkins: For Your Party
Glassware: American Party Rentals
Invites: Bushel and Peck Weddings
Jewelry: Kendra Scott
Dresses & Tux: Savvi Formalwear
Stylizing: C and D Events
Makeup: Bella Trio Salon and Spa
Table & Welcome Signs: Delovely Details
Ice Cream: Andia’s Ice Cream
Espresso Bar: Event Espresso Catering
Catering: Durham Catering
Chocolates: Chocoh Sweetness
Produced: Be Inspired PR