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Barn/Rustic Wedding, Buffalo, NY

We are beginning the search for a rustic, or barn venue around Buffalo. We are trying to keep our guests under 250. Already we plan on looking at O'briends, Becker Farms, Beaver Hollow and Timberlodge. Any other suggestions would be wonderful. Thanks in advance for all your help!!

Re: Barn/Rustic Wedding, Buffalo, NY

  • Pearl Street is the only other one I can think of. The exposed brick gives it a rustic feel. Good luck!
    To the optimist, the glass is half full. To the pessimist, the glass is half empty. To the engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be. - Unknown Why is electricity so expensive these days? Why does it cost so much for something I can make with a balloon and my hair? - Dennis Miller
  • Check out The Red House in Cassadaga, too!  It's on the smaller side, but is very lovely and rustic!  http://the-red-house.org/index.html

    Good luck with your search!
  • In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/local-wedding-boards_new-york-western_barnrustic-wedding-buffalo-ny?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Local%20Wedding%20BoardsForum:622Discussion:e433b805-4784-4d76-867e-f310ecbdaabcPost:c6a5a359-fc68-4f1f-8d10-251389de2e9e">Re: Barn/Rustic Wedding, Buffalo, NY</a>:
    [QUOTE]Check out The Red House in Cassadaga, too!  It's on the smaller side, but is very lovely and rustic!   <a href="http://the-red-house.org/index.html" rel="nofollow">http://the-red-house.org/index.html</a> Good luck with your search!
    Posted by ayresphoto[/QUOTE]

    <div>I'm getting married at the Plumbush Bed and Breakfast in Mayville. I looked at the Red House but all the events take place on the 2nd floor and I was worried about the older relatives that might have trouble going up and down the stairs.</div><div>
    </div><div>The Plumbush is just over an hour from Buffalo. There is a rustic barn in addition to the bed and breakfast. Rental is pricier than many places in the area but it includes rental of the property and 6 rooms for the whole weekend. </div>
  • I'm looking for the same thing!   So far, I've come up with Becker Farms, Freedom Run Winery in Lockport, Hayloft in the Grove, and Joseph's Catering.  They all have websites, Check them out!
  • We ended up choosing to create our own setting in my FMIL's backyard!  Do you have a relative or close family friend with a large backyard in the country? 
  • I am having mine at Knox Farm in East Aurora NY
  • I am having mine at the Timberlodge.  My venue is the only part of wedding planning that has been easy.  The wedding coordinator is extremely nice, and the grounds are so beautiful... there is no need to leave the area for wedding pictures, so we can spend less time away from our guests.  I found the food to be inexpensive, but the menu is as gourmet as some of the 5 star venues, without being pretentious.  It is a bit of a drive, (as most rustic venues are), but well worth it. Our wedding is this summer, and the team at the Timberlodge answers any question, and returns your e-mails almost immediately. (Which is a huge priority, in my book).
  • I know of this place in wyoming, I believe is by Birncliff (sorry I believe is how it spells) country club and conference center called La Esposita Bonita, which means "the beautiful wife" and it is stunning. I don't believe they have a website but i found them on Facebook, after my sister's friend had a photo shoot there for her portfolio.https://www.facebook.com/LaEspositaBonitaWNY/photos_stream
     I do not know about their prices...all I know is that its private and has a barn. Hope this helps and good luck!!!

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