Hazelnut Farm Boho Wedding

Real Weddings

Sneha and Rahul’s boho wedding at Hazelnut Farm was on a beautiful Kentucky summer day.

Hazelnut farm event venue and lake on a sunny day

Hazelnut Farm was a perfect location for Sneha and Rahul, not only because it was the perfect backdrop for their boho design but it also fit their needs to conduct a traditional Indian wedding as well. The venue is situated on a farm of 40 rolling acres of grasses and gardens with a private lake and hidden stream.

The wedding weekend actually began on Friday night with a traditional Mehndi event and Saturday with a Welcome Party. Sneha and Rahul’s big wedding day took place on Sunday, July 4th.

Hazelnut farm venue entrance with blue double doors and sting lighting

The Big Day at Hazelnut Farm

Sneha and her bridesmaids got ready at the private home on the Hazelnut Farm property. The private home is a beautiful, large home located within walking distance to the main event space. The home have four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, outdoor heated pool, multiple outdoor balconies and it’s a great location to spend the night before your wedding day here or arrive early and get ready in this space, which is what Sneha and Rahul chose to do.

It was an early morning and this private home provided a great location to get ready for both the bridal and groom parties.

The bride getting her makeup done in a white robe, while her red indiana style wedding dress hung on a dresser at the private home at Hazelnut farm

A traditional head piece is placed on the bride over her hair while th groom's parents place a traditional indian necklace on the groom

the bride and groom's wedding rings on small wooden stumps labeled "Mr" and Mrs."

bridesmaids put final touches on the bride as she is almost ready. And a framed drawing labeled "Sneha's Bridal Party" in the foyer

The brides hands together palms up showcase the detailed henna on her hands. And the bride dressed in her red traditional indiana wedding dress, head piece and jewlery, smiling.

Portraits of the bride in her red indiana wedding dress holding her bridal bouquet and the groom wearing traditional indian groom's attire on the lawn of Hazelnut farm

Sneha and Rahul opted for a first look on the grounds. It was a beautiful setting and was a perfect backdrop for this moment.

The bride dressed in the traditional red wedding dress, head piece and jewlery, approaches the groom facing the other for a first look The bride taps the groom on the shoulder, he turns around in amazement and places his hands to his mouth out of astonishment for how beautiful his bride is.the bride and groom take portraits together on the lawn of Hazelnut farmThe bridal party and the groomsmen talk group photos under the large trees on the Hazelnut farm grounds

The Baarat

A traditional baarat took place outdoors. The baraat is meant to bring the groom to the wedding venue with much pomp and fervor. The groom, decked in traditional Indian finery, is usually seated on a ceremonial horse, in this case a style motorcycle, as guests lead the way, dancing.

The Pokwani Ceremony

The traditional Pokwani ceremony was held in the Hazelnut Farm Ballroom. This room has three 72 light chandeliers hanging in the center of the room, wood and brick accents and white french doors. We brought the boho wedding design into this space through the wedding arch, floral and grass accents and layered rugs lining the aisle.

After the ceremony, lunch was held in the Eastwood and Lakeview Rooms at Hazelnut Farm.

Cocktail Hour

Cocktail hour took place on the covered back patio overlooking the lake and the grounds. This was a perfect location with plenty of space for all to enjoy. Sneha and Rahul changed outfits for their reception that evening. Sneha opted for a beautiful sparkly champagne colored dress and Rahul to a dapper tuxedo.

the bride and groom kiss on the small bridge going over the stream on the hazelnut farm property at sunset

The Reception at Hazelnut Farm

The boho wedding reception took place in the Ballroom at Hazelnut Farm. The boho design was showcased in the champagne wall, fireplace floral, centerpieces and tablescapes as well as the sweetheart table.

a birds eye view of the reception set up in the ballroom at hazelnut farm

boho reception space and design in the ballroom at hazelnut farm

a boho reception design with tall and short neutral centerpieces and a big neutral floral arrangement over the fireplace at hazelnut farm

The wedding flowers were different shades of nude, blush and white. Pampas grass was in every aspect of the design from the fireplace mantel to floral arrangements and accent pieces. The Eastwood and Lakeview Rooms are through sliding doors connected to the main ballroom. This was a great option for the catered food. It provided an awesome layout with the ability to fit all of the guests in the main room.

neutral floral arrangements with pampas grass and eucalyptus as reception centerpieces

the reception design with large chandelier, bright white and neutral floral and linen give the perfect boho design.

After dinner, there was plenty of music and dancing. The night ended with a fireworks show! It was the perfect way to end Sneha and Rahul’s wedding day at Hazelnut Farm!

An after dark fireworks show and sparkler exit from hazelnut farm for the bride and groom

Huge thank you to all of the vendors, who worked so hard to make this experience absolutely incredible for Sneha, Rahul and all of their friends and family!

Venue: Hazelnut Farm | Photography: Abigail E Photography | Wedding Planning & Design: Christina Burton Events | Florist: Zachary Brady Designs | Videography: Keith and Melissa Photography | Cake: Merts Cakes | Catering and Bar: Dupree Catering | DJ: M4U | Guest Transportation: Miller Transportation | Hair Stylist: Maddie Wolf | Make up: Makeup by Lauryn | Rentals and Decor: Nadia’s Elegant Events | Linen: BBJ Linens | Rentals: Southern Classic Rentals | Fireworks: Louisville Fireworks | Neon Sign Rental: A Design Decor | Champagne Wall: White Cat Weddings

leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

©christina burton events
An Award Winning Indiana & Kentucky
Wedding Planner + Wedding Designer + Wedding Coordinator

Brand by Riley & ko

Site Design by Jessica Gingrich

privacy policy

photography credits