Choosing your wedding venue is often the first and one of the biggest decisions you will make in terms of wedding planning. And if you’re looking for a wedding venue in Bowling Green, KY, you’re lucky to have a plethora of exquisite choices. Whether you’re a looking for a classic, traditional wedding, an elegant barn wedding, or even a cave wedding, you’re going to find something you like around Bowling Green.
We put together a video highlighting some of these wedding venues, using footage from a few of our actual wedding films. Take a look at the vid, then scroll down for descriptions of each wedding venue and why we like them so much.
Historic Potter Farm
Historic Potter Farm is a fairly new wedding venue in Bowling Green. Owned by Greg and Joe Ann Gary, this rustic, barn wedding venue is actually just south of Bowling Green in the Rich Pond Community. You can enjoy a quiet, outdoor ceremony surrounded by trees and greenery. It features a 5,000 square foot barn, the perfect backdrop for your reception festivities and also a great backup for your ceremony in case it rains. And the cottage house is beautiful. It’s definitely one of our favorite places to shoot in the area.
Another great rustic venue in the Kentucky countryside, Cason’s Cove is an elegant, unique wedding venue in Alvaton, KY, right outside Bowling Green. Imagine a beautiful, romantic barn with a Tuscan flare. Gabrielle Bush and family have created a masterpiece with this wedding location, and we think you’ll love it!
Lost River Cave
If you truly want a unique wedding experience, you can’t go wrong with a wedding at Lost River Cave. Enjoy a creekside wedding in a shaded, wooded area right next to the cave entrance before moving the party inside to the cave itself. With lots of history and over 2 miles of nature trails, Lost River Cave is easily one of the most beautiful Bowling Green wedding venues.
Olde Stone is just straight up classy. Featuring multiple outdoor wedding ceremony locations, a beautiful ballroom with crystal chandeliers, a gorgeous picturesque fountain, and stunning cottages, a wedding at Olde Stone is definitely an exquisite affair. There are so many great views and backdrops for photography and videography.
Okay, so The Arling is technically a wedding venue in Franklin, KY, but there was no way we were going to leave this place out. The Arling at Kenny Perry’s Country Creek Golf Course is such a beautiful venue. Originally a tobacco barn, it’s an 8,000 square foot event venue that’s been completely remodeled and renovated into one of my most beautiful wedding venues in Kentucky. The Arling is owned by Lydia Peterson (Kenny Perry’s sister), who is also a fabulous wedding planner with Elle Squared Weddings & Events. You’re in good hands here.