Your heart is beating fast as you dial the number of your dream venue. You finally connect to their wedding coordinator and learn your ideal date is still available! Everything is going perfectly until they ask the dreaded question:
“How many guests are you expecting at your wedding?”
If you’re deep into the planning process, you know your answer can make or break the situation. That is especially the case if you’re planning an intimate wedding for 150 guests or fewer. Finding a suitable space that’s luxurious enough to host your love story can be a challenge.
Luckily, there’s Weaver House: a new, stunning venue for 150 guests just outside Asheville, NC. Picture yourself saying “I do” in our Japanese gardens and dancing the night away in our handcrafted timber-framed hall.
Continue reading to learn more about this versatile and unique 150 guest wedding venue.
Why Your Venue Size Matters
Choosing the right size venue is the best way to ensure you achieve the ideal tone for your event.
If Your Venue Is Too Large…
In a large space, such as a banquet hall, guests will feel the need to spread out to fill the venue. They are less likely to talk and interact, creating a stiff, isolated atmosphere.
That also puts the onus on you to fill the large space with decorative elements. It can feel stiff and impersonal rather than joyous and celebratory.
If Your Venue Is Too Small…
The challenge with finding a smaller reception venue is that they aren’t always appropriate for such a grand occasion. For example, a local hall may not have an in-house wedding planner or coordinator on staff. You may need to bring in dance floors and sound systems, adding to your expenses.
Likewise, smaller event venues may not have on-site kitchen facilities. Bringing in teams of outside vendors can be stressful, especially without a dedicated professional at the helm. Instead of enjoying your beautiful wedding reception, you must coordinate deliveries and fuss over electrical outlets.
Plus, smaller venues often lack the romantic scenic elements that make for perfect wedding photos.
Why You’ll Fall In Love With Weaver House
Weaver House is the ideal wedding venue for 150 people. Simultaneously intimate and luxurious, it solves all the problems you’ll face at local halls.
At Weaver House, you’ll work with a dedicated, experienced wedding coordinator. It’s their job to take your vision and transform it into a reality. Weaver House couples have enjoyed outdoor wedding feasts, cozy indoor celebrations, late-night ceremonies, and mid-morning brunch receptions.
In other words, if you can imagine it, our team can help make it happen.
Plus, as a dedicated wedding venue, we have everything you need on-site, including a full, professional-quality catering kitchen. The indoor venue is complete with sound and lighting systems and an expansive dance floor. You can enjoy a cocktail hour at our fully-stocked and tended bar.
Weaver House brides adore gaining access to the private bridal suite. There, you’ll relax on comfortable couches or touch up your look at the brilliantly-lit vanity. It’s the perfect place to stop, take a few breaths, and take in the emotions surrounding your big day.
The venue is right outside Asheville, affording you gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The thoughtful, romantic details in and around the venue make it the perfect backdrop for wedding photos. You’re unlikely to find another event space that strikes such an ideal balance between beauty and intimacy.
Weaver House: A Stunning 150 Person Wedding Venue in Asheville, NC
We invite you to tour Weaver House, a luxurious and intimate wedding venue for 150 guests. When you arrive, you’ll walk through our gardens and take in the sights and sounds of the natural environment. Then, you’ll stand in the center of our historic hall and experience the majesty of this unique mountainside location.
Our wedding coordinators will work with you to plan the indoor or outdoor reception of your dreams. It all begins when you reach out to schedule a free consultation. We can’t wait to help make your gorgeous day a remarkable reality.