The Red Barn is a hybrid venue – despite it’s name, it’s not a historic barn, but it’s also more organic and authentic than a function hall or golf course clubhouse.
Here’s just a few of the reasons we love shooting weddings at the Red Barn:
- The high, vaulted ceiling feels incredibly open, and far less stuffy than most wedding halls.
- The ceremony space alongside the barn has a killer view of the golf course and sky, and if it rains, there’s room for your ceremony inside!
- The polished tile floor in the entry, and the hardwood floor in the hall, are new and smooth, so your guests won’t be catching their heels in between old barn floor boards!
- The golf course = hundreds of acres of perfectly manicured grounds!
We think the staff at the Red Barn at Outlook Farm does a wonderful job with their weddings, and we love working there. If you’re looking for a Red Barn at Outlook Farm wedding photographer, we hope you’ll consider Focus Photography.
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Lindsay & Jeremy
The Red Barn at Outlook Farm in South Berwick is the scene for this fall wedding in Southern Maine. The had an outdoor ceremony overlooking the golf course, a lot of great fall decor, beautiful foliage, and the always stunning Red Barn itself. As the bride said “This was the wedding of our dreams…” You should take a look.
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The upside – you’re going to work the photographers who created all the images we show, and not an ‘apprentice’ we brought on last month.
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