The Lower Grounds
The Lower Grounds wedding photography locations at Honeysuckle Hills are located immediately surrounding the main entrance both inside and outside the barn. Our 1950 barn retains its historic appearance on the outside, but looks more like a cabin on the inside with pine walls throughout. Our chapel has lovely window light from the doors that lead to the balcony. A chandelier hangs downstairs along with antiques such as an old potbelly stove. Surrounding the barn you’ll find flower gardens, a covered pavilion, waterwheel, multiple areas along the creek, a swing, a 1950 Ford truck, hitching post, a hidden walkway to a woodland spot, small pond and waterfall, willow tree with fairy lights, arched bridge, a tree limb “hobbit” bridge, fairy house with a round green door, a stone arch, and a small rock wall.
Needless to say, the most challenging thing to do at Honeysuckle Hills is narrowing down the sites for your photography. Most packages average three of these sites within the time limit included with your wedding package. For example, the stone arch is most popular in June through September because of its seasonal wildflower garden and butterflies.
I hear the phrase Pinterest and Instagram-worthy photography all the time. Our website and social media pages are chocked full of inspiration, but don’t feel pressured to pick the sites before you book your wedding. I’ll take the time to ask which sites speak to your heart or even choose some sites for you based on your personality, dress style and more. I also pose uniquely for everyone, leaning more on the romantic, storytelling style with a hint of classical imagery.
All of these beautiful sites are within walking distance from the main entry. The hitching post is the furthest distance, located inside our horse field past the old truck.