With over 200 acres, and waterfront access Marblegate Farm is one of the most pristine farm wedding venues in Eastern Tennessee. This venue stands apart, seemingly built with the wedding day in mind. This wedding venue is ideal for couples who want a nice, relaxed, countryside feel to their wedding day.
Ceremony and Reception Spaces
Marblegate Farms offers over 200 acres to spread out and explore during your wedding day. The wedding day starts at the Farmhouse. Inside of this space is also the indoor ceremony or reception area. This space features exposed wood work, lots of natural light, and a stone fireplace. Off of this space is an open sided tent ideal for your cocktail hour or an outdoor reception area.
Throughout the property there are also numerous photo opportunities. The on-site pond is surrounded by tall trees and also features a boathouse and dock. There also is a large open field featuring tall brown grass. The property also has a stable with two friendly horses (hint: they love carrots).
Included In every wedding package at Marblegate Farm are chairs, tables, decor, drapery, and furnishings. The staff at Marblegate goes above and beyond for guests during the wedding day offering parking attendants as well as golf carts to move guests throughout the property with ease. The staff also will handle all set up and tear down for your event.
Marblegate Farm Pricing
The cost for a wedding of 100 guests at Marblegate Farm ranges from $6000 to $9000. Bar service is also available starting at $22 per person. This wedding venue can accommodate up to 275 guests.
Address: 308 McReynolds Rd, Friendsville, TN 37737
When I first arrived at the gate I felt the beginning of a complete Countryside luxury experience.
The Venue has lovely tall windows and an open sided Patio tent. the open sided tent is great for cocktail hour or outdoor receptions and dancing.
The venue interior is spacious and filled with light naturally. This is where receptions can be held and ceremonies if an outdoor ceremony isn’t in your plans.
On the large stone retaining wall is this plac telling the story of how Marblegate got it’s name.
Over 70 years ago in the heart of East Tennessee’s marble industry, a train carrying huge marble blocks derailed on a peninsula in Friendsville, TN.
The marble was left where it fell, along with the abandoned railway. In 1996, the property was purchased by Bill and Donna Cobble and they named it Marblegate Farm, naturally!
The raw marble was used to create the iconic stone pillars at Marblegate’s entrance
to the side of the venue sits the barn. This barn is a photographer’s dream, the cream color goes with any wedding theme. It’s picture perfect and post-card pretty!
The grooms suite
The grooms suite is roomy with some window light for beautiful getting ready photo options..
Across the lawn are beautiful trees and shady areas where outdoor ceremonies often are held.
The Farmhouse is the bridal suite.
If you love rooster decor, the kitchen will be your favorite room!
I love all these windows that reach the floor on the side porch. It is full of light.
At the top of the stairs is the “green room”. All the decor is shades of green and reminds me of Gramma.
check out this fall Marblegate wedding
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