Professional photographers are welcome to conduct photo shoots on the farm year-round during daylight hours. Our fee is $20 per session/client. Please pay and sign in with your name and contact information at the honor box in the carport at the house BEFORE taking pictures. **Unfortunately, we have had some photographers abuse this policy, so if we have to chase you down to ask for payment, the fee will be $50 per photo client.**
Parties and events
We welcome birthday parties, weddings and other group events on our farm. We have both covered barns and open spaces that are well-suited to events.Book an Event
Birthday Parties and Group Events:
Contact Debbie Nance: 540/809-7545
Fee includes 2 hours for the party and 30 minutes before and after for setup and cleanup. Add-ons such as a bonfire or hay rides are available on request.
Small Group (under 30 people) – $150
Medium Group (30 – 50 people) – $200
Large Group (50 – 100 people maximum) – $250
For groups or corporate events larger than 100 people, please contact Debbie Nance at 540/842-1658 to customize your event.
Contact Debbie Nance, 540/842-1658
Snead’s Farm is a one-of-a-kind setting for your special day. Our wedding package is priced at $3,500 for the entire wedding weekend. You will have access to the farm from Friday until Sunday afternoon. Included in the price is an overnight stay at the guest house, which is also available for the bridal party for pre-wedding preparations. Package includes breakfast for the bride and groom the next morning. Choose from among many beautiful locations on the farm for the reception and ceremony. The barn is also a nice option for the reception. Hay bales may be used for decoration, seating and other setup
needs free of charge. Fire pits are available. There are some picnic tables available, but for a larger wedding you may need to rent tables. If you would like a tour or have questions, call Debbie Nance at 540/842-1658 to start planning a wedding you and your guests will remember forever.
Be sure to check out the Weddings at Snead’s Farm Facebook page.