The Barn at Mayo Farm is a timeless and historic wedding venue located on Cash Lane, just 6 miles from downtown, Nashville, Tennessee. This property has been home to five different country music hall of fame members, spanning five decades. June Carter wrote Ring of Fire here and Patsy Cline cut "Crazy" while living here. Carl "Mr. Country" Smith, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley are just some of the many icons that spent time on this property. Mother Maybelle Carter, the matriarch of Country music would often invite musicians from the Grand ‘Ole Opry to her house to gather and experience the joy of making music.
Facilities and Capacity
The Barn at Mayo Farm is a rural oasis right in the heart of music city. This 12-acre property consists of a 1925 farmhouse, the original barn, and grounds that provide a lush and sublime backdrop to celebrate your nuptials. This venue hosts a limited amount of wedding celebrations each season and has contributed to the magical history of providing a special place for 150-200 newly married souls. Since 1925, the property has maintained the character of its original state. The farmhouse holds two different get-ready rooms and a green room for the vendors. The barn is electric-equipped and has a built-in bar. The grounds are a great place to hold your ceremony and reception. The Bridal Retreat features a three-room suite for you and your bridesmaids to be pampered in. The Groom Experience is the man cave of the house, which features large glass garage doors, an exposed stack stone wall, concrete floors, and leather furniture.
All weddings at The Barn at Mayo Farm includes a long list of amenities for the couple. You will have access to the entire property during your event. Professional wedding design and planning services are provided by Ad Astra Events, along with day-of coordination staff to help your wedding day run the way you envisioned it. Couples also have the opportunity to choose from exclusive catering and rental packages. Other wedding event services offered include the following: