A white pergola sits in the background and a rectangular concrete pond in the foreground of the Stone Acres Farm wedding ceremony area.

Stone Acres Farm Weddings

Stone Acres Farm Weddings

www.stoneacresfarm.com

393 N Main St.

Stonington, CT 06378

Point of Contact: Jane Meiser, Director of Operations and Events

Tucked away in Stonington Borough just a stone’s throw away from the Point and downtown Mystic, Stone Acres Farm offers 63 acres of natural bliss for your wedding day. I met with Jane Meiser, Stone Acres’ Director of Operations and Events, to hear firsthand what this venue has to offer you on your wedding day.

Before you read on for the full feature, take a look at this quick video summary on YouTube, including a message from Stone Acres Farm on why you should consider them for your wedding day!

Video Summary

Venue Features

A white pergola sits in the background and a rectangular concrete pond in the foreground of the Stone Acres Farm wedding ceremony area.

Here are some of the key features of Stone Acres Farm:

  • Outdoor weddings
  • Preparation suite available for rental
  • No minimum or maximum guest count
  • Open-air ceremony courtyard
  • Tented and open-air reception area
  • Multiple preferred caterer choices
  • Restrooms

Vibe

As a wedding venue, Stone Acres Farm provides a great balance between picturesque New England views and rustic farm feels. The name says it all, folks:

  • Stone: This is beautiful Stonington, which I’ve told you about before. Legend has it that the name pertains to the abundance of stone walls and…stones. If you’re considering a southeastern Connecticut wedding, Stonington should definitely be towards the top of your list.
  • Acres: With 63 of them on Stone Acres Farm, there will be ample opportunity for your wedding day photo ops. But the land is about more than just aesthetics: Stone Acres Farm and its business partner team feel strongly about farm-to-table provisions and sustainable farming practices.
  • Farm: Rooted in sourcing food responsibly, Stone Acres Farm grows vegetables every year, including both seedlings for your garden and vegetables for your dinner table. It’s involved in restaurant partnerships, too, including its local sister restaurants Oyster Club, Engine Room, and Grass & Bone.
  • Nature: A Stone Acres Farm wedding is a plant-lover’s dream. The beautifully-manicured grounds include flowers, trees, shrubs, and vines. There’s also a greenhouse. The staff take excellent care to keep the venue looking beautiful. This makes sense when you think about the farm’s roots (I apologize for the pun).

History

A panorama of the Stone Acres Farm wedding reception area, complete with a large, white tent for dancing and a smaller tent for cooking. A large tree also sits next to a stone wall on the right.

As a wedding venue, Stone Acres Farm provides a great balance between picturesque New England views and rustic farm feels. The name says it all, folks:

  • Stone: This is beautiful Stonington, which I’ve told you about before. Legend has it that the name pertains to the abundance of stone walls and…stones. If you’re considering a southeastern Connecticut wedding, Stonington should definitely be towards the top of your list.
  • Acres: With 63 of them on Stone Acres Farm, there will be ample opportunity for your wedding day photo ops. But the land is about more than just aesthetics: the Meisers and their business partner team feel strongly about farm-to-table provisions and sustainable farming practices.
  • Farm: Rooted in sourcing food responsibly, Stone Acres Farm grows vegetables every year, including both seedlings for your garden and vegetables for your dinner table. It’s involved in restaurant partnerships, too, including its local sister restaurants Oyster Club, Engine Room, and Grass & Bone.

Gallery

Have a look at these photos to see what a Stone Acres Farm has to offer you.

Learn More About Stone Acres Farm Weddings

As you plan your Connecticut wedding, you’ve got options for checking Stone Acres Farm out. You could join them for one of their summer evening dinners. If cooking and/or gardening is your thing, then visit their Farm Stand Market. Or, just contact Jane outright and express your interest!

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