We recently took a trip to visit some local wedding vendors. One of the places we stopped at was the Old Barn at Brown County. This 3,800 square foot barn was originally built in the late 1800s. It has been fully restored to it’s original beauty. It is the perfect venue for anyone wanting a rustic barn for their wedding and/or reception.
One of the most fantastic amenities this barn has is it’s own hand hewed log cabin on the property! The Big Easy cabin was also built in the late 1800’s, it is a great place for the Bride & Groom to enjoy their first night as a married couple. Allowing them the opportunity to stay on property and not have to find other accommodations in town. The cabin is rentable for the entire weekend of the wedding. It is a perfect place for the bridal party to have breakfast in the full kitchen, relax in the hot tub, and get ready for the wedding.
Brian & Darla Fenneman are the owners of this beautiful property. They gave us a tour and shared with us their vision for the Old Barn At Brown County. There is still a lot of work being done on the property, getting ready for wedding season to start. This will be their first season as a wedding venue in Brown County, and we are sure that couples are going to love having this backdrop to their country wedding.
The barn has a new concrete floor. There are lantern sconces all the way around the reception area, and a beautiful chandelier hanging in the center. New wiring and plenty of outlets at every beam. There is an enclosed bar with a serving window to the reception, complete with a chalkboard on the wall to share a bar menu, or even just a little welcome note to all of the wedding guests. Caterers will love the large prep area built just for them. Above the catering prep area and bar is a loft that will also be available for guest tables. With using the main floor and the loft, the barn can comfortably seat 180 guests.
There is a large yard that will be great for ceremonies. Brian & Darla are having benches custom built for the ceremony area. They have chosen the perfect spot that allows you to hang lighting, or even bring a decorated arch for the bride and groom to stand under.
We definitely recommend that you contact the Old Barn At Brown County for a tour. Check out their website for more information about the barn and cabin. http://www.theoldbarnatbrowncounty.com