Complete Weddings + Events Albany, NY is excited to announce we will be partnering with Maple Tree Farm in Pattersonville, NY.
About Maple Tree Farm
Nestled in the quiet country hills of upstate New York, Maple Tree farm occupies 35 acres, 30 acres of which are used for agriculture. Perfect photo backdrops can be found on every corner. This impressive 1930’s gothic barn has the wow factor.
Built with incredible craftsmanship, it has stood the test of time, looking as striking today as the day it was built. It is the only barn of this style in the capital region to hold live events making it one of a kind.
The Owners – John and Grace Kimber
The new farm owners, John and Grace Kimber, have spent the past two years restoring the barn and property to preserve the property’s original character, architectural features, and historical significance. John is a brilliant craftsman, his attention to detail, patience, and creativity are all hallmarks of his craft, and his passion for his work is evident in the care and precision he puts into every project here on the farm.
Maple Tree Farm and Complete Weddings + Events Partnership
Maple Tree Farm has made an agreement for the team here at Complete Weddings + Events Albany to exclusively provide our Signature DJ service and Signature Photography service along with managing the venue and all the events. We are thrilled to bring our years of experience to the table and assist couples in bringing their dream weddings to life.
Prior to your ceremony, the wedding party has access to the 1841 farmhouse with a beautifully restored staircase, grandfather clock, and full bathroom. Just another amazing spot for pictures with the authentic charm of an old-world residence with new furniture and décor to match the original look and feel of this remarkable space.
As you can see in the photos, this beautiful landscape can transport you and your guests back in time to when life was more relaxed. The goats and chickens can add to the ambiance and atmosphere of the farm, creating a sense of nostalgia, charm and the natural world that is often associated with rural life.