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Weddings

Southern Elegance Once-Upon-A-Time Weddings

Virtual Wedding Brochure

Let us help you plan your wedding. As a matter of fact, let us take practically all the worry out of it, and help you have as relaxing and seamless a day as possible. Our experienced staff are all eager to assist you with planning your Barnsley Resort wedding. There are so many details to consider when planning such a milestone occasion. 

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FAQs: Wedding Information For Your Special Day

  • How do I book a date and venue for my wedding at Barnsley?

  • Who will assist me in planning my wedding at Barnsley?

  • Do you have any recommendations for wedding planners and/or does the resort provide a Day-of-Coordinator?

  • How can I get a list of your Preferred Vendors?

  • What if I choose to work with my own vendors?

  • How long should I book the venue on the day of the wedding?

  • How much time should I book for my wedding rehearsal?

  • Who will assist me with guest room reservations and accommodations?

  • Are pets allowed at the resort?

  • What weather can I expect for my wedding?

  • How do I make a deposit for my wedding and when are all payments due?

say I doWedding Proposals

With a setting inspired by love, Barnsley Resort provides a romantic backdrop to stage the perfect proposal. From a horse and carriage ride around the resort to a private champagne toast, the possibilities are endless. One lucky bride-to-be was even surprised by a wrangler leading a horse bedecked with the message "Will you marry me?" Naturally, she said yes. To plan your own perfect proposal, contact the Resort Concierge at (770) 773-7480.



A SouthernWedding Tradition

Couples planning to wed at Barnsley Resort take part in the unique Southern tradition of "Burying the Bourbon," intended to keep the rain away on the big day. About a month before their wedding day (or on the day of their menu tasting), the bride and groom-to-be place a bottle of bourbon inside a wooden box to be buried upside down near the designated Bourbon Tree (which gets its name from its tipsy-looking, near-horizontal trunk). On the night of the rehearsal dinner, the box is dug up and the bourbon is enjoyed by the couple and wedding party as they toast to a beautiful wedding day ahead. "Burying the Bourbon" is offered complimentary to couples planning both their wedding reception and rehearsal dinner at Barnsley Resort.