On a traditional farm, winter is a time to slow down after busy growing and harvesting seasons. While we have held onto a few aspects of the farm, we don’t slow down much in the winter. We may be known as a Knoxville wedding venue, but we also keep busy with other events. In December, we hosted a styled photo shoot with a variety of local vendors. It was a really fun pairing of our industrial farm style and¬†rustic glamour.

 

What is Industrial Farm Style?

This is an eclectic fusion of two unique decorating styles–vintage farmhouse and industrial warehouse. We pull in the rustic farmhouse pieces from items on our farm, and we also find some great salvage items from old local farms. Some of our favorite pieces include? rustic galvanized cattle-panel railings, incandesant string lights, and repurposed barn doors. The clean industrial feel comes from sleek appliances, modern finishes, and clean lines. We’ve pulled this look in a lot with fixtures as well as wall treatments¬†(such as white subway tile). The result is event spaces that are functional and uncluttered yet feel warm and inviting.

 

The styled photo shoot was highlighted at The Bride Link; you should check out all the stunning photos. Of course, it took more than just our venue to put together this event. The shoot was designed by Zstudio Events and photographed by Blush Creative Photography. The gown came from The Gilded Gown, hair was designed by Desilee Cassidy, and Sheila Moore was the makeup artist. Florals were provided by Lisa Foster Floral Design, rentals came from Anderson Rental Company, and calligraphy was provided by Baltic Studios. Last, but not least, the cake was provided by Sugarbuzz Bakers. We are so thankful to have so many amazing vendors nearby and hope you have the chance to work with some of them.