Blue Hill at Stone Barns is nestled a little above Westchester, in a little woodsy part of town called Pocantico Hills. It is a close hike from Rockefeller Estate Park. This establishment and wedding venue happens to be on the very top of my list, as one of my 10 favorite venues to work in!
If you know who I am by now, travel and food are two of the most important factors in my life. If there’s GREAT food at a venue, you know I am about it! I crave to work there any chance I get! Blue Hill at Stone Barns is that kind of wedding venue. It happened to be my top 3 choices of locations to get married at. We ended up picking 620 Loft and Garden as our wedding venue. It was closer to home and easier for my families to travel to.
Besides the food, the organic farm experience is a true delight. Interacting with the farm animals was fun! Like hugging chickens, petting the goats and the sheep, etc. Exploring the greenhouse. Learning about the history of the silo and the barns itself is magical, to say the least!
You can have your whole wedding weekend party enjoy the grounds from rehearsal dinner all the way to brunch on Sunday. The ceremonies are all arranged by Blue Hill Stone Barns. No need to worry about any outside caterers or setting up reception chairs and tables! They have you covered.
Check out some inspiration from some weddings we have worked on with Blue Hill At Stone Barns.
The bride wore a custom Oscar De La Renta Wedding Dress.
The couple wanted the best entertainment, so they chose Alex Levin Band to play some music during the cocktail hour.
Then, they had hired DLE Event Group to entertain and keep the party going all night long!
I know a lot about this venue for its food, atmosphere, and we’ve celebrated some birthdays and anniversaries here. I will give you my best recommendation on Blue Hill at Stone Barns. You can message me.