The Ruins of Kellum Valley Farm is hands down one of my all time favorite wedding venues. It’s charming, unique, and gorgeous. And to top all of that off the staff is about as lovely as they can be. Sarah and Mike’s wedding was so much fun to be a part of. It was laid back and just a perfect day from start to finish. I’m still blown away by the flowers too. They were a giant pop of happy color, and one of my favorites from last year. They were created by the dynamic team, Flower Buds. If you are planning a wedding in northeast Georgia, definitely check them out. Their work is stunning.
If you are planning a wedding that will be outside in a pastoral setting….do yourself a big favor, and follow Sarah’s lead. Comfort is king, and can also be super cute. Sinking into the grass in stilettos all day? Not so chic.
I’m sure that you can see why I dig this wedding venue so very much. There are so many gorgeous spots to work with, and because it’s neatly tucked into the northeast Georgia mountains it really feels like a destination wedding to your guests.
People ask me a lot if it’s OK to work with their animals. That is a a big yes, and for me a big bonus. I’m a huge animal lover!
Another lovely thing about weddings at Kellum Valley Farm is that there are multiple places on the property to have the ceremony. This is one of my favorite spots for it.
I feel like this capture is a beautiful representation of these two. They had a major cool factor.
Perfect day for a farm wedding in Georgia! 🙂
Destination weddings are something I do pretty regularly. I’m actually writing this sitting in the airport on my way to one in Newport, RI right this very minute. Guess what? You don’t have to fly somewhere exotic to have the feeling of a destination wedding. In a state like Georgia you can accomplish it by hitting the highway for a few hours. A mountain rustic wedding or southern Savannah affair will both transport your guests.