The Michael Wedding Barn is a ceremony and reception venue in Anniston, Alabama serving the Birmingham region and beyond. The venue was formerly known as The Foundation Ranch. This countryside venue is a waterfront barn that embodies a unique, outdoorsy experience and aesthetic and tons of country charm, making it the ideal place to capture your most memorable moments. Take breathtaking photos with breathtaking rolling lawns, on-site horses and lush greenery all around, and let The Michael Wedding Barn set the backdrop for your fairy tale happily ever after.
Facilities and Capacity
Rustic in its on-the-farm charm, The Michael Wedding Barn also features a bit of luxury as well. Sparkling chandeliers, a stone fireplace and exposed wood beams in the barn give it that extra something special. The space will look stunning in your wedding photographs. This spacious venue is set on a 100-acre farm and can fit up to 500 guests.
The Michael Wedding Barn strives to be more than just a venue and wants to be able to provide the services that will make your day as stress-free as possible. The owners and staff are there to provide all you need to make your day perfect and have packages available to fit a variety of budgets. The reception site fee includes use of the bridal suite, cleanup, setup and parking. You can even have their horses be a part of your special day. In addition, this venue offers the ability to work with outside vendors and liability insurance. There is also parking available for you and your guest’s convenience.
Along with wedding day festivities, The Michael Wedding Barn can also host bridal showers, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners and elopements on their perfectly manicured and scenic grounds.
The Michael Wedding Barn is located just mere miles from the Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge and sits at the bottom of beautiful foothills. This venue is also an hour and a half drive from downtown Atlanta.
Recommended by 72% of couples
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Kris · Married on 03/17/2018
A family member had their wedding there recently and it was a beautiful ceremony and a pretty venue with spacious, well kept acreage and absolutely no unpleasant views. However, for the price they charged for the venue as a whole and the extra fees for staying overnight, you would think it would have been cleaner and better well stocked inside the areas where the families actually stayed to prepare for the wedding. (The bathrooms had not been properly cleaned, there was not adequate extra towels, pilllows, blankets, no extra paper towels or garbage bags, etc.) The living room furniture in the smaller house also needs to be upgraded. (The couches downstairs were made of fake leather that was peeling off excessively.) When traveling for a wedding, packing extra paper towels and towels and pillows isn’t something the couple and their families should have to be worried about. The reason someone goes to the expense of renting a venue like this is because they want things like this taken care of. The owners were also strict about where parking was allowed. Otherwise, it was perfect and one of the on-site managers, Robert, couldn’t have been better. He was so helpful and friendly. The owner himself was not too flexible about certain things. Overall I think it’s a beautiful place to have a wedding and I’m glad my great nephew was married there but I suggest you ask for a proper cleaning and that things are well stocked prior to your arrival. They didn’t do it in advance and the closest store is 15-20 minutes away down a winding dangerous road. It couldn’t be prettier to look at though.Sent on 03/27/2018