Project Description

Erica and Steve had their Fiddle Lake Farm wedding in October 2013. DPNAK Weddings provided day-of coordination and consulting.

Married: October 2013

From the bride:

“I was crazy when I decided to start a new job weeks before my wedding and even crazier starting a job several states away. Needless to say, a lot of things got missed in the planning. We overlooked small details that made a big difference, but Danielle swooped in the day before the wedding and was able to help us pull things together. I was able to relax the day of my wedding, like every bride should, while Danielle and her team were able to coordinate all the final touches. I am so glad that we had Danielle there to help because without her I would have gone crazy that day instead of focusing on the most special day of my life.”

A bit of information on Fiddle Lake Farm’s barn venue:

Step back into a time you’ll never forget … If vintage is your style, they’ve got your venue! Imagine a reception in a barn with old canoes hanging in the rafters; stocked with antique tables, chairs and other vintage décor; an old-fashioned root beer float stand, grandma’s kitchen, saloon bar, lounge area and up-cycled 200 year old barn wood dance floor.

Just bring your family, friends and your style. The barn can hold 150+ guests. A tent(s) can be added for additional seating. Select lakeside, scenic hayfield or 1800s church ceremony site. Historical accommodations in their 1820s farmhouse and 1920s craftsman cottage.