Whether you are working with a short engagement or your dream venue is already booked every Saturday for the next two years, a Friday or Sunday wedding may just be the answer to your nuptial prayers. Opting for one of … Continued
- April 24 2017
The Cabin Ridge is an outdoor wedding venue nestled on a ridge top of Sugarloaf Mountain, in the Asheville - Hendersonville area of Western North Carolina.
This private mountainside meadow and rustic cabin, once an old country home place, has been transformed into a breathtaking setting with mountain views, a beautiful 2400 sq. foot pavilion with an amazing fireplace, magical sunsets, rustic arbors, and gardens of flowers blooming Spring through Fall. A small barn tucked at the upper edge of the meadow is filled with twinkling lights and makes an intimate gathering space.
When you visit The Cabin Ridge, you can’t help but notice the privacy, the quiet, the beauty, the peaceful ambiance of stepping back in time for a respite from our busy world. It is truly a place for new beginnings and making life-long memories!
A one-of-a-kind place for making lifelong memories
Reflect your style - your vision. Make it simply and uniquely you!
Oh what a beautiful wedding venue! Our wedding was absolutely spectacular at The Cabin Ridge and Andy was a delight to work with! The venue is gorgeous and could not have been more perfect! Our guests have not stopped talking about the view and how beautiful it was! Andy is amazing – she put our minds at ease every step of the way! She is so knowledgeable and always has a smile on her face. I would recommend The Cabin Ridge to anyone looking to get married in a relaxed, stunning setting! Thank you Andy and The Cabin Ridge for making our wedding day so special and memorable!
Stephanie and Andy’s gorgeous May wedding at The Cabin Ridge was recently featured on Borrowed and Blue. With rustic inspirations and whimsical detail, this stunning spring nuptial was truly unforgettable and Mirage Photography eloquently captured the love between this sweet … Continued