Osbornia Farm | Wedding Venues Near Me
When couple’s begin their wedding planning, usually finding a wedding venue is first on the list. Wedding venue availability basically dictates the date of your wedding and planning for all other vendors. When you Google Wedding Venues Near Me, you’ll get a variety of places that want you to use them for your special day. Most have website’s that give you the basics and tell you how they came to be, but how are they to work with, REALLY? What’s it like to have your wedding at their venue? When a couple has booked their venue and has their date, then they start to book other vendors. As wedding photographers and videographers, it’s a benefit to us, and the couple, if we’ve been to their wedding venue before. It gives us a “leg up” on our day because we’re able to know the best places for first looks and bridal party photos and family photos.
We started our tour of Central PA Wedding Venues at Osbornia Farm in Quarryville, PA. Shauna met Jodi at the venue at the beginning of the year. So while it didn’t hold the beauty of a spring or fall day, it was still a gorgeous location with streams and bridges that would make for AMAZING bridal portraits!
The farm is family owned and operated. The family has owned the farm since 1934. It’s truly a family affair. I saw owners, Donald and Mary Jane Osborne out working on some landscape, while daughter, Shauna, gave me a tour.
The redesigned Bank Barn can hold up to 200 of your closest friends and family for your wedding day. There is a beautiful loft area where the DJ can set up and crank out the tunes all night.
The lower level of the Bank Barn shows off original stone work and beams, accented by new wood to keep it structurally sound. The rustic feel gives way to natural beauty when the doors are opened up to the patio and 100 year old chestnut grove.
This wedding venue is a looker from the time you enter the property. So much to see and so much beauty!
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P.S. Jodi apologizes for the pictures. She hadn't decided to blog about the venues at the time of visiting, so she didn't take professional pictures or very many of them.