Impressive Opening and Bridal Expo Revealed for Central Florida Ever After Farms on Dec 2nd

One among Central Florida’s number one u-pick blueberry farms, Ever After Farms, shall be having a Wedding Barn Grand Opening and Bridal Expo on December 2, 2017 from 10AM to 1PM.

Situated just off of I-95 in the picturesque and tranquil farming community of Mims, Ever After Farms have already been a hugely popular pick your own blueberry farm for many years. After the blueberry season ended in June of this year, substantial improvements were made to enrich the blueberry choosing experience as well as host weddings and on Dec 2nd, engaged lovers are cordially invited to tour the rustic wedding venue, for free.

At this event, partners can get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and enter a peaceful and stunning country environment. Meet Pat and Tom, the gentle giant Ever After Farms Clydesdales. Tour the massive bright white barn that serves as both a blueberry farming area and can host weddings up to 200 persons. Capture photos beside a real-life Cinderella Carriage. Get some shade under the gorgeous 120 year oak tree. It’s indeed an inspirational experience for people who are attempting to picture what an ideal rustic barn wedding venue looks like.

More than simply a Grand Opening as a country wedding barn though, this occasion will also feature a Bridal Expo, where well over 26 wedding industry vendors will be put in place inside the air-conditioned 7,000 sq ft barn, including bakers, florists, DJs, planners, officiants, and many others. They will be delivering information on their services and giving out special rewards to those in attendance. And to enter into the spirit of the season, there will also be a snow equipment blasting snow over Christmas trees.

Even though admission costs nothing, interested lovers will need to register for the occasion on their website.

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