very nice venue....for weddings etc...food catered by Oliver and Bonacini...ok but it was cold by the time we were served....Service was ok.A little crowded for servers to access table....what do they do in bad weather, rain ....open slats in barn (dining area) also dark at night
It's a amazing place I've been there 2 times with cabrel catering and there rule is u need to be 18 and u need to have your smart serve
This is an incredible wedding venue with a ton of natural and rustic details. The barn is warm and intimate, and the grounds are spacious and surrounded by open fields. The possibilities for style and design are endless! Can't wait to be back here.
We cannot say enough about our wonderful experience with Cambium Farms. Our wedding was beyond perfection and no other venue would have been able to bring together everything we had envisioned for the day like they did.
It is such a unqiue venue that other venues have tried to replicate but if you want the authentic rustic barn wedding that will wow your guests, no other venue compares to this one.
From the moment we went to do the first site visit, to the moment our wedding was complete, we had an amazing and stress free experience. They were so flexible in setting up a time to do a site visit and walked us through the venue and what the day of would be like. They answered all of our questions and put our minds at ease over the obvious worries: weather, transportation, etc. It was very obvious they were well prepared and had experienced every possible scenario with previous weddings and had plans in place for everything. We didn’t even look at any other venues after visiting Cambium. We knew nothing else could compete.
What we loved about the venue was that you could do so much with the space but you could also do so little if you wanted to and the space still spoke for itself. We took the “less is more approach” and the space was still captivating.
We didn’t use a wedding planner and we still had a stress free experience. Cambium put us in contact with their preferred vendors, from caterers to rentals to florists, all the way to officiants and even hair and make-up artists other couples have had great experiences with. Not needing to source everything from the ground up, saved a lot of time and stress. On top of that, Cambium Farms had a number of in-house resources like A/V and décor rentals that were available to us.
The Williams family was always accessible and responded to all of our (thousands) of questions so quickly and with a lot of detail. It was obvious they had a lot of experience in the wedding industry and they were a great mix of professionalism and compassionate. Planning a wedding is a stressful time and they helped diminish a lot of that.
We couldn’t have asked for more on our wedding day. The house on the property had enough space for the whole bridal party (bride, 9 bridesmaids, Mother of the Bride) and the hair and make-up artists to prepare, while also allowing us to have access to the kitchen.
We did our photos before ceremony and the farm landscape was perfect. Everything from the open field, to the carriage house, to the barn, provided the most beautiful backdrops. There were so many options for photos. At night, we had an amazing sunset to capture even more photos.
The open field with large trees was perfect for an outdoor ceremony. It felt like a forest wedding. We then moved into the carriage house and outdoor space for cocktail hour and it allowed all of our guests to mingle and get to know each other.
One of our best memories was the grand reveal of the barn to our guests. We could see everyone’s eyes light up and to this day many of our guests tell us they’ve never been to a wedding and experienced a venue like this.
We had a pretty unique head table set-up that needed to accommodate around 30+ people and Cambium helped make it happen. The food was great and the staff was amazing. They were super friendly but also not invasive. At times, we forgot they were event there.
The barn was so much fun for dancing. They had the DJ perched high above the dance floor and he kept the part going strong and really had our guests out dancing. Many of our guests said they have never danced so much at a wedding. Even with 150+ guests and large harvest tables, the barn still had a vast amount of room available to move around and dance all night. The lighting in the barn is beyond beautiful and you cannot imagine a better backdrop for photos throughout the night.
The staff at every point in the process were amazing. Everyone throughout the day and night worked tirelessly to ensure everything we had envisioned and planned was executed flawlessly. There was absolutely no stress during the day once things got going as a result which was a huge bonus. We were able to just enjoy the moment and live in it without having to worry about anything which was possibly the biggest blessing of the entire process.
We truly recommend Cambium for your special day and they exceeded our expectations well beyond what we could have ever imagined.
Right up until the very last minute, everyone at Cambium helped to make our day go smoothly. We received nonstop compliments from our guests regarding the venue and staff, which really made me and my husband feel good :). I honestly cannot put into words how accommodating everyone was, beyond greatful!
Cambium Farms is one of the loveliest venues around! We've had a great time every time we've played there, and we highly recommend their team!
My band and I performed here for a wedding in September and it is such a stunning venue tucked away in the country side. A real gem and so very romantic! Plus, the staff are so very friendly and accommodating! I cannot say enough... Definitely recommend! Always a lovely experience!
Cambium Farms is the one for you if you're looking for a rustic barn theme venue. 5 stars!
Cambium Farms is not only stunning, but one of the nicest barn venues we have worked at. We love the space and were proud to have worked with them for a feature on the Wedding Chicks Blog.
Preferred Caterers List
The Carriage House
The Terrace at The Barn
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