YA YA Farm and Orchard
6914 Ute Hwy.,
Longmont, CO 80503
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Average Base Cost: $22,000
Average base cost for a YA YA Farm and Orchard wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list on a Saturday night in September using a food/beverage cost of $100/pp. Transportation to venue, entertainment, decorations, additional rentals, valet, DJ, and photography are not included. Average price includes gratuity and state sales tax. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand.
*Prices subject to change
How it Breaks Down
Facility Rental Fee:
May – July: $6,500
August – October: $7,000
*Fee covers time slot of 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.
- Flowers from the garden
- Trailer bathroom
Food/Beverage: No onsite catering. Nearby businesses in Longmont average as low as $55 per person for a plated dinner.
Space Type: Weddings, for the most part, take place in the outdoor space in the orchard where there’s views of the mountain. The barn is used for dancing, and there’s an additional barn available for dinner should weather be inclement. The overall set-up is extremely flexible because the orchard only hosts one event per week.
Size: 150 guests. If you exceed this, use of a shuttle is required.
Bridal Suite: Yes
Parking: 60 spots
Food Service Type: Your choice
How Will Grandma Get There? The Denver International Airport is a 45 minute drive from Longmont, and Boulder is 25 minutes from the venue. There are a handful of 3-star hotels about a 12 minute drive from the venue, most of which average $130 per night.
Party On! The local noise ordinance requires events end at 10 p.m.
Important Note: All outside vendors are allowed.
The century-old YA YA Farm and Orchard is an actual working apple orchard. While YA YA primarily focuses on farming, the space is often used to host weddings. Features include a lake to the South, mountains to the West, percheron draft horses, mini donkeys, chickens, and more.
Woman Getting Married Says
If you’re looking for a rustic venue in a gorgeous location (that is still close to hotels) then this could be your perfect spot. I love the barn setups and that they have a weather backup option that is NOT a tent (though you could certainly have one here). For Colorado brides on a budget looking for a non-wedding factory to get married in, I would add this to your must-see list.
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