The slated opening of the Vennebu Hill Weddings & Events Venue will be Spring 2018. There is much work to do, however the vision is clear and we are excited to share it with you. As you arrive you will walk towards the beautiful solid wood front doors on the South side of the Gothic barn sitting underneath an arched lumber overhang. Two sidelights will allow a sneak peak inside the all-wood barn interior and will also serve as windows to see the surprise waiting outside (during wedding ceremonies.)
As you arrive you will walk towards the beautiful solid wood front doors on the South side of the Gothic barn sitting underneath an arched lumber overhang. Two sidelights will allow a sneak peak inside the all-wood barn interior and will also serve as windows to see the surprise waiting outside (during wedding ceremonies.)
A single Gothic window on the South face will shine light into the barn. Once inside another Gothic window on the far North end will add a powerful shape that will reside over the ceremony. Gabled windows will bring light in from the West. At night, the large central chandelier will inspire any romantic.
The trusses that run vertical inside the barn holding the Gothic shape will be lit from the floor towards the ceiling. Smaller chandeliers will run to the left and right sides of the ceiling.
The East building’s pointed roof is customary of many European barns and adds an interesting architectural element to the lobby. Once inside, hard wood floors that extend from the barn will be accented by wood rafters and a Norwegian blue ceiling.
In the lower level of the East building, two wedding prep suites will be available for couples. Each will be equipped with a sink, small refrigerator, seating, make-up prep stations, and mirrors.
A charcoal brick will be set in a hounds tooth pattern throughout the hallways and bathrooms until reaching the entry point to the lower level of barn – the “Wine Cellar.” Flooring will be a mix of concrete and wood tiles accented by wood support posts that offer an authentic barn aesthetic.
Continue through the “Wine Cellar” into the open “Lean To” which will serve as additional dining space. The west end “Lean To” will have a sloping ceiling with skylights, white barn wood wall accents, wood styled vinyl flooring, and access to a small patio along the west side of the building.
There will be many access entrances and for both wedding parties to make their entrances private and accommodating to their needs.