Yes. To officially secure your date a 25% deposit is required. Sixty days after signing your contract an additional deposit of 25% is due. Six months prior to your date an additional 25% is due. Final balance is due two weeks prior to your event.
All deposits are considered non-refundable unless previously arranged with Bradford Barn management. Alternatively we would be happy to set up a monthly payment plan that suits your budget.
To reserve a date email Jodi at Jodi.email@example.com to state you are ready to book. We suggest you include your preferred date and a backup date in case your preferred date is unavailable. Dates are reserved on a first come first served basis. We are happy to place a courtesy hold on your date for 72 hours so that you have peace of mind knowing that you have first right of refusal while you finalize your decision.
For 100 guests, you can budget approximately $26,000 for Venue, Food, Bar and Entertainment and have one heck of a fabulous party that will leave your guests in total awe of your wedding or event! Here is the breakdown: Average venue rental is $13,500. Catering starts at $50 per person. The rental of place settings for a buffet dinner starts at $4.50 per person plus tax and delivery fee of $175. Please note that the cost increases for plated dinner and coffee service. Alcohol for 100 guests can average approximately $1500-$2000. Bar service starts at $1125. Insurance and SOP budget is $265. Awesome live entertainment and DJ are included as well as a long list of other décor/accessory inclusions. And, of course, you will also receive professional wedding planning support from the day you sign right through until your wedding day…value…priceless and all included in the venue price.
The quality of food and exceptional service is an integral keystone of our success, so catering is provided by our exclusive, in-house catering team who have established themselves in the food service industry over the past 20 years with a proven track record of the highest quality, value and dependability.
Menus start at approximately $50 per person and can be customized to your specific taste and preferences through personalized in-depth consultation and menu development.
Outsourced catering will be allowed for an additional landmark fee of $950. If our in-house catering cannot accommodate you for ethnic or religious reasons this landmark fee will be waived.
Place settings and linens can be provided through our preferred vendors for approximately $5 per person plus delivery fee. We will happily arrange, order and coordinate delivery for you at no additional charge.
The Bradford Barn’s unique two-story structure affords an alternate indoor area for ceremonies in the event of inclement weather. So, in the case of totally crappy weather, the barn does not have to be “flipped” from your ceremony to the reception. This ensures a smooth transition into the reception and last-minute decisions can easily be made. Rain or shine we have you covered!
Yes. We are fur baby friendly! Your four-legged family members are allowed to share in your ceremony and photos with you. We do, however, have our own furry children to consider as the farm is their home. We kindly ask that you make arrangements to have your pet safely and considerately cared for and removed from the property after your ceremony. Dogs must be on a leash and someone, other than the bride and groom, must be responsible for them. Under no circumstances will any pet be allowed to be held or contained in a vehicle on the property.
Yes. In addition to our Bradford Barn staff, we now have a Wedding Planner specifically to meet your needs leading up to and on your wedding day. Our ultimate goal is to seamlessly execute all the wedding details and maintain the flow of events so you don’t have to. We aim to ensure that your wedding day unfolds the way you had envisioned.
Smoking at the fire pit only. Why? For obvious reasons.
No Stiletto heels on the property or in the barn. Why? The barn is situated on grass and gravel which your ankles nor your Jimmy Choos will appreciate. The slotted decking is a massive safety concern as are all the stairs both to and from the barn and washroom trailer. If you or your guests choose to wear stilettos they will be asked to remove them. Sorry not sorry.
Shots will only be served in the presence of the bride or groom and at the sole discretion of the bartender. Yes, we know that it is your alcohol that we are serving, however, we are responsible for serving it responsibly.
Our open house events are designed for anyone looking for a fun night and enjoy some great live entertainment, bonfire, the occasional food truck and cocktails. If we have already had the pleasure of meeting you, our Open House Parties are a great way for you to get an idea of how your event will come together. Open house dates and the RSVP form can be found here.
Yes. A rehearsal is available to you the week prior to your function. We kindly ask that all vehicles are parked in the designated parking lot and not in the main driveway. This not a rehearsal PARTY so no alcohol is to be consumed.
Absolutely YES! We strongly recommend leaving your vehicle overnight if you or any of your guests are unfit to drive. We do request that you have all vehicles removed no later than noon the following day.
Music ends and lights are up no later than 12:30am. We do reserve the right to turn off music and close the bar at any time if undesirable and/or unbecoming behavior of your guests comes to the attention of our staff, specifically to the bartender and security personnel.
Bradford Barn staff will handle all standard clean up and trash removal throughout and following the wedding reception. We kindly ask that you take all personal decor with you unless you plan to re-purpose it to future guests of the barn.
Yes, you can though we are firm believers that nothing good happens after midnight. We charge a minimum of $1500 to close down at 1:30 am. This is a non-refundable charge and the permitted use of the bar and dance area will be based on the sole discretion of the Bradford Barn manager on duty. If it is deemed that individuals attending your function are overtly intoxicated or unbecoming to barn staff the bar will be closed immediately.