Country? City? How do I choose...?
Don’t worry - You don't have to!
So many people are seeking out venues with copious amounts of space and freedom to make it their own. However, some feel like you lose elegance or class. But not us! We think you can have both country and city! For example, Rolling Ridge is located an hour from the Twin Cities in Saint Joseph Minnesota, giving it the perfect distance between country and city. It provides 10 different ceremony spaces with a landscape that is second to none.
Ceremony site options
With multiple ceremony options, it allows for creativity to flow. So, if you choose a barn venue, it can easily be dressed up to feel like a fancy space in the city. Each place offering freedom to make it unique and special to you. Dress it up like a full western appeal, or keep it neutral toned for a more classy vibe.
This couple chose the stone backdrop for a more chic approach, where we decorated the arch with taupe draping and greenery arrangements to really make it POP!
Barns are great for receptions, but what if I still want that classy impression to last throughout the evening?
Draping. Draping can transform any space into the upscale, high class, most elegant room that you have always wanted. This couple chose to drape the barn poles and do a dramatic backdrop behind the head table for a flawless finish!
Still not convinced?
Think about your table decorations. Centerpieces can always add so much style and passion to complete any desired look. Keeping this wedding venue in mind, the couple added cool, natural tones in their decor to enhance the beauty of the barn that already existed.
The combination of linens for this wedding was EVERYTHING! The velvet fabric gave the reception texture along with comfort. Paired with a khaki linen, the green undertone kept it cool and elegant.
Side by side or miles apart?
Check out these two pictures below. On the left you have the city feels and chic presentation. And yet on the right, you have the heart and soul of country!
So what do YOU think? Can you have both country and city?