Just over an hour's drive northeast of Raleigh sits the sleepy, quaint, farming community of Warrenton. You can see cloud tops rolling over the landscapes for miles. Lush green crops of corn, tobacco, and cotton line the country road of route 1. It's a warm and quiet summer day and you feel miles away from the bustle of the Triangle. Up ahead you see a sign for the "Warren Estate." You turn left onto a rustic farm road and are immediately welcomed by rows of sweet corn that lead you by a beautiful, turn of the century, farm house. This is just the beginning of what the Warren Estate has to offer you. What lies ahead is a decommissioned, 105 acre, tobacco farm that has slowly been meticulously updated and converted by Hniang and Kevin. This lovely couple has spent the past year making sure that this parcel of history and beauty is ready for the bride and groom that want the comforts of the city and appeal of the country. They have invested months of work into sustainable farming. A beautiful, fully functioning barn is the backdrop of your nuptials. Freshly cut paths wide enough for cars meander through 60 more acres of woods. Inside this maze of beauty you'll find a wildflower field, old tobacco processing houses, rustic cars, and 200 year old trees providing a canopy from the hot North Carolina sun. All paths though, lead back to the gorgeous manicured lawns of the main estate. A tent can accommodate over 200 guests and parking is ample. Enjoy cocktails under the stars during your reception with a fully stocked bar. This is certainly the place you want to have your fist night as newlyweds.
The Warren Estate is so much more than a wedding venue. I personally know Hniang and Kevin have plans to make this estate into a year round attraction for every season but now is the time to consider this space for your wedding. For more information or to book you can visit the Warren Estate at their home on the web at, The Warren Estate.
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Special thanks to everyone who was a part of this styled shoot and of course, Hniang and Kevin for providing their gorgeous venue.
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