Nov 18, 2009

Help! Pretty Please.

My lovely, lovely bestie Aimee (pronounced A-may, not that it matters but I can't find the accent mark on my computer) is getting married somewhere in New England next fall and she needs a venue. Not just any venue, she needs an off beat, woodsy, hippie love fest kind of venue. No hotels allowed for this lovely. Any suggestions? Oh yes, one more thing we need wallet friendly. Thanks loves.

* Image courtesy of the photography ninja


  1. where in new england?! I live about an hour outside boston. let me know where and i will give you some ideas

  2. Thank you Lisa! Aimee lives in Boston but is open to venues anywhere in New England. Maine, Vermont, NH discriminating here.

  3. I just had to comment, because my name is Aimée also, and its supposed to be pronounced aim-may too! she's the first person ive found to resort to the old french pronounciation of it. Long live Aimée's!

    Just had to comment - Aimée, you're not alone!

  4. ok you have to tell me. how do you add the accent to your name? I'm super special and I can't figure it out

  5. This place is rad too!

  6. OK - found some stuff for you:
    This is one of my fav places in MA -
    There is a crazy sculpture walk.

    Organic farm -

    Apparently this camp owns and island that you can get married on and there is a little chapel -

    I'm sure this place costs a leg but -

    woah - this place is awesome!


    also AMAZING -

    AND last but not least - my alma mater is as hippie as you can get yo -

    OK probably should have sent you an email! :) xoxo.

  7. How big is the wedding? I got married this fall at the Coach Barn on Shelburne Farms in Shelburne VT (just miles from my house). It's on a sliding scale based on the size of the wedding, but you do have to rent everything (from plates to napkins and beyond).

    The West Monitor Barn is also v. cool. More rustic, for sure. And less expensive. It's run by the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps (which is a non-profit), so it's good for the world too!

    Haven't been, but Boyden Farm is about as real as it gets when it comes to Barn/Farm weddings. It's the real deal.

  8. Ahhh! I love you Emilia Jane for posting all of those! My boyfriend is from the Berkshires and we always wonder (without really looking for) what kind of venues are around there. These are all great, thanks!

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