In Business: Arabella Farm

Posted by: Ebony Austin on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Congratulations to Arabella Farm for opening their gorgeous wedding venue near Anderson, Clemson and Greenville, SC. Located at 125 Buck Ridge Road, Sunset, SC this beautiful venue is surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains.

Offering a romantic setting for one of the most important days of your life, this event space has everything a bride could imagine. When looking for a place to tie the knot, it’s usually a complicated process. Not so with Arabella Farm! Arabella Farm offers the perfect backdrop with the scenic views of a romantic vineyard to the elegant barn. Arabella Farms can be that flawless destination for a wedding any bride and groom could envision.

While Arabella Farm specializes in weddings, they're also perfectly equipped to host corporate events, family reunions and any other celebrations!

With a story behind the story, Arabella Farm's 72 acres of farm land is named after the daughter of Heather and Will Lamneck, Juliette Arabella (Arabella means answered prayer in Latin). It is a family-owned and operated business with three generations working on the farm. Ken and Sharon Smith (Papa and Grammy) are out daily doing farm chores; from tending to the livestock, canning harvest and even playing on the tractors. Chris, brother to Heather, is the farm manager and is involved in the ongoing building and maintenance. Heather and her husband, Will, are the event managers, overseeing the book of business, planning and day-of event logistics. Heather is also involved in the care of the vineyards and orchards. Brantson, Aaron and Juliette care for the many farm animals. This is truly a family affair.

After many dreams coming true, now their dream is to make your day one that you will never forget. Their mission is to “exceed your expectations of your wedding or special event.”

For more information on Arabella Farm or to book your event, visit their website.

 

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