6211 Patton Rd
Arrington, TN 37014
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Average Base Cost: $17,000
Our average base cost for an Arrington Vineyards wedding is calculated by figuring a 100-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception and a food/beverage cost of $100/pp. Entertainment, flowers, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are NOT included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included in our average base cost.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: Their venue rental fee breaks down as follows:
- Friday and Sunday: $3,000
- Saturday: $3,500
NOTE: Summer/Winter pricing available July, August, December, January and February
- Ceremony and reception space at the Stone House for up to 100 guests
- Reserved parking for up to 50 cars
- 40 x 60 vineyard tent with lights
- Photo settings on your wedding day
- Live music at the Barn in the evening (this is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays for Bluegrass in the Barn)
- Bridal and Groomsmen suites inside the Stone House
- Day of Event Supervisor
- Tables and Chairs for up to 100
- 10 decorative wine barrels
- 4-6ft tables
- Guest restroom facilities
- A list of exclusive vendors to assist you in your planning process
- Additional Hours
- Event Insurance
- Additional Chairs and Tables.
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Food and Beverage: You must use their preferred vendors for catering. Only Arrington Vineyard’s wine may be served and beer may be provided to the Bartenders. Liquor is not allowed. The recommended amount of wine will be determined on the size of your party. A case of wine can vary from $200-$300 per case (a 15% case discount may be applied). Bartender’s are $30/hour, and the venue recommends one bartender for every 50 guests.
Other Vendors: You must use the catering, lighting and rental companies from their vendors list. All other vendors are allowed, including bakery.
Important Note: Only DJs, PA systems or acoustic musicians are allowed at the Stone House. Bands are not allowed. The Grand Barn is open to the public April-October on the weekends and there could be other private events or smaller weddings at the Vineyard House. The venue will have a Bluegrass band at the Barn but they say it will not interfere with your wedding or music.
Space Type: Ceremony and reception options are primarily outdoors but includes bridal and grooms suites. Smaller weddings have options to use the indoor space more for their ceremony or reception. A typical wedding setup would be a ceremony facing the Vines or the house, and reception under the 40×60 tent. The barn may be rented Monday-Friday, but is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays with live music.
Size: The package includes rentals for up to 100 guests, but the venue can host up to 130 guests.
Bridal Suite: Yes. The Bridal Suite is spacious with lighting and a large vanity room.
Parking: Yes. Parking is free.
How Will Grandma Get There? The venue is located about 35 minutes from downtown Nashville where there are a ton of hotel options (such as The Hermitage Hotel) and 20 minutes from downtown Franklin, which is another cute town (but with slightly less exciting hotels). Arrington Vineyards is about 40 minutes from the Nashville International Airport.
Party On! Events must end by 9 p.m., with an additional hour after that allowed for clean-up.
Co-owned by country music artist Kix Brooks, winemaker Kip Summers, and entrepreneur John Russell, Arrington Vineyards opened its doors in 2007 as “Nashville’s Wine Country.” Sitting on over 25 acres, the venue features the Cellar Patio, Courtyard Tent, Grand Barn, Stone House, and Vineyard House as private event options.
Woman Getting Married Says:
This venue has a great location and I L-O-V-E- the views and vibes, but there are a few things to note. The first is that liquor is not allowed, only beer and wine. The second is that the barn is open to the public with bluegrass music Saturdays and Sundays. I would definitely go check this out before booking the venue to make sure you’re comfortable with the level of noise as well as your party privacy. The 9 p.m. curfew is also a bummer, but I think this venue really stands out the most during the day anyway.
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