The name "Knot and Pine" makes so much sense as soon as you step foot into the Alpine Barn. Surrounded by pines and filled with history, the Alpine Barn is located in Alpine, Utah not far from popular Utah County locations. It's one of the most unique wedding venues in a Utah wedding market filled with all kinds of barns. The barn was originally built at another location and functioned as a bronzing forge. The original owner and builder created a lot of what makes up the barn today. When you stop by to take a tour with Britt or the owner Natalie, be sure to pay attention to all of the little details. You'll notice how heavy and solid the doors are and the unique design of the door knobs and latches that were all created by the metalsmith.
The Alpine Barn at Knot and Pine is a full-service wedding venue, which means they will be there throughout your wedding day and planning experience. Knot and Pine offers full in-house catering, florals, and cakes, but you are also welcome to bring in your own vendors. When we stopped by to visit the team at Knot and Pine, the venue was decorated for Christmas and the trees placed at the front of the ceremony site brought a sense of magic to the building. The Alpine Barn also only hosts one wedding per day, which means the barn is all yours on the day of your wedding!
See photos of the barn and features at Knot and Pine.
Inside the Knot and Pine Barn
Filling the ceiling of the Alpine Barn are the prettiest lights and metal beams that were no doubt a huge piece of the original forge's structure. Windows line each of the sides of the barn and let natural light in to bring life to wedding days. Near the main floor you'll also find the prep kitchen area.
Bride and Groom's Rooms
The Alpine Barn has two rooms dedicated for getting ready and touch-ups for couples. The bride's room offers a full length mirror and vanity along with some eye catching industrial style details. The groom's space is upstairs in the loft area and can be access from a winding staircase.
Seasonal Weddings at Knot and Pine
Christmas or winter season weddings here offer so much magic from candle lights (which are allowed) and the draped lighting. Many couples who book love the aesthetic of the industrial modern design of the barn. Many weddings with cowboy, rustic, and modern industrial styled vibes are hosted here because of that. The look of the barn is what wows wedding guests the most. In the summer, the doors on the north side of the building can be opened up to allow for easy access to food trucks and yard games.
Can I stop by at anytime for a tour?
The barn is available on certain days of the week, so be sure to call 801-770-4642 to find out when you can visit.
What are the options for hours that can be reserved on the wedding day?
The barn is reserved for a 6 hour block of time between the hours of 10:00 AM and 10:00 PM. Additional hours can be added for $75 per hour.
How many guests can I invite to my wedding?
Knot & Pine’s Alpine Barn venue holds between 450-550 guests and has a maximum seating capacity of 120.
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