New: Elopements

We are so incredibly excited to announce that in 2019 we will be offering elopement packages! We’ve been working at this idea for quite some time now and we couldn’t be happier to finally be able to share it with you!

We want the day to be all about you and the commitment you are making to each other. In our packages, we have included the bouquet and boutonniere, officiant, private room for 2 hours, cake and of course champagne to celebrate! We will be offering elopements Monday-Thursday and will take place on our small space on the second floor of the historic Old Bag Factory. The space will have a pretty area with ceremony draping, some exposed brick, natural light and a table with chairs for after the ceremony. You are welcome to bring in a photographer to take pictures around the grounds as well. Our package is for the two of you and up to 6 other guests to attend and witness your special day.

Please contact us for any information or questions! We will be doing an elopement package giveaway as 2019 draws near so if you know anyone who is thinking about eloping, please let them know!

Real Wedding: Mallorie & Will

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It was such a pleasure to work with Mallorie, Will and their families! From the very beginning I knew I was going to love working with them thanks to their creative ideas and easy-going personalities. Their wedding was nothing short of gorgeous! Their guests had a great time and you can tell that Mallorie and Will are loved by many.

Thank you to Renee Mellott Photography for capturing such great pictures! Leah from LB Floristry brought their vision to life wih gorgeous flowers. We loved seeing everything come together and what a perfect celebration it was! Thanks to Mallorie and Will for allowing us to play a small role in their story.

“Thank you so much for making our wedding so perfect! You were all amazing to work with and we have received so many compliments about your venue and how sweet and wonderful everyone was. Thank you again!” - Mallorie & Will

“We would like to gratefully thank you for blessing our family with an amazing venue, food and staff as we all walked down the aisle with Mallorie and Will. We are beyond blessed and just wanted to share that with you. We’ve heard nothing but positive feedback from guests as well and will highly recommend you to others.” - Chad & Mary, Parents of the Bride

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Napkin Folds

It's one of those seemingly silly things that we have to talk about at final meetings... napkin folds! Quite often, couples don't know the difference between what we offer - triangle, rectangle, pocket or the tri-fold. We figured it would be helpful to put together a visual guide of what the different folds really look like!


This is a basic fold that's simply just that - a rectangle. It lays flat on the table and offers a clean presentation. Sometimes, couples will put something on top (like a bit of greenery shown in the second picture) to add a little pop of something extra.


The tri-fold napkins is where the napkin is folded three times (hence the tri-fold) so it's long and when placed over the table it hangs off. This is a popular option when chargers are being used, and can really look elegant. This is also a fold where you are able to set menus, greenery or favors on top of.

 Grant Beachy Photography

Grant Beachy Photography


Triangle fold can most commonly be associated with banquets and is more of a standing fold which can create height on the table. 

Pocket Fold

Pocket fold is perfect if you have a menu or some sort of insert you'd like to incorporate in your wedding. Couples have also used the pocket to place flowers or greenery in for a simple, yet classy touch. Pockets can be made in many different sizes to fit what will be going in.

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