864.707.5655 Floral Shop: 864.497.3099

The Forever Farms

The Forevermore Farm
135 & 140 Waldon Road
Moore, SC 29369

Our Office Hours are:

Our Tour Hours are:
9:30am-2pm, by appointment
We are Closed Saturday & Sunday.

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864.707.5655 Floral Shop: 864.497.3099


Have a Question?

1.What are our office hours?
Monday-Friday- 9am-2pm
Saturday & Sunday- CLOSED
Tour Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:30am-2pm by appointment only.
Saturday & Sunday tours are not available at this time, due to the high volume of weddings and events we are currently hosting.
Please email jessicaa@theforevermorefarm.com to discuss availability, wedding package options, and to schedule a tour.
2.What are our Floral Shop hours?
Sunday - Monday: Closed 
Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
3.How do I schedule a tour of Forevermore Farm?
Please email jessicaa@theforevermorefarm.com to discuss availability, wedding package options, and to schedule a tour. Our tours are scheduled during our office hours, Monday-Friday, from 9:30am until 2pm. Tours are by appointment only. Weekend tours are not currently available due to the high volume of weddings & events that we are hosting. We can also schedule tours well in advance to allow time to adjust your schedule.
4.Can I schedule a tour on Saturday or Sunday?
Unfortunately, we are not currently available for weekend tours, due to the high volume of weddings and events that we are hosting. Our tours are scheduled during our office hours, Monday through Friday, from 9:30am until 2pm by appointment only. We can schedule tours well in advance to allow time to make adjustments to your schedule. Please email jessicaa@theforevermorefarm.com to schedule your tour.
5.I've booked my venue! What's next?
Congratulations on finding your perfect venue! Now it's time to start the planning process. Your next step is to create your guest list. Make a list of all family & friends that you'd like to invite, and start working on invitations. Make sure to find out if the wedding venue you picked has a capacity limit, and if so, try to keep your guest list at or below that limit. Be sure to factor in space for those guests that didn't RSVP but came anyway! Then, start thinking about whether you'd like to have a certain theme, or color scheme for your ceremony. Pinterest can be a big help when trying to decide on these things! Start reaching out to vendors, such as Bartending services if you plan to serve alcohol, Florists, Caterers, DJ's, Photographers, etc. Vendors get booked as quick as venues do, so you don't want to wait until the last minute on these! Also, start thinking about accomodations if you have family or friends coming in from out of town. Most importantly, try not to stress out too much! This is your big day, and in the end, everything will be perfect, and you will be married to the person of your dreams! 
6.What is the first thing I need to do in planning my wedding?
The first thing to do is have an open conversation about the type of wedding you want to have and what the total budget is. It is recommended that you secure your venue first as most wedding venues fill up quickly. You want to have your venue booked a year prior to your wedding date. Please email jessicaa@theforevermorefarm.com to check on availability and discuss package options, as well as schedule a tour of our venue. Tours are by appointment only and are scheduled during our office hours, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9:30am and 2pm. Late afternoon tours are based on availability, up until 5pm, and are by appointment only. Weekend tours are currently not available due to the high volume of weddings and events that we are hosting.
7.Should I hire a wedding consultant/planner?
Some couples hire a wedding consultant or planner to help them through planning a wedding. Some hire a consultant or planner just for the big day. If you are unsure on where to start in the planning process, a consultant or planner is a great starting point.
8.Do I need a wedding director?

A wedding director plays a very important role in the organization of your wedding processional and recessional. The wedding director will follow a timeline of your big day and make sure all vendors get a copy so everyone knows what is going on. She/He is also responsible for coordinating the practice walk-through during your rehearsal and insuring everyone knows their places prior to the ceremony.

9.What is a reception Manager?
A reception manager is a wedding professional who is responsible for managing your reception. This includes greeting your guests, working with your vendors regarding their set up, managing food line, and cutting your cake. A qualified manager will make you feel like everything Is running smoothly so you can enjoy your party without worry.
10.Who can officiate at my wedding?
Priest, minister, pastor, Rabbi, Notary Public
11.How far in advance do we get our marriage license?
Most couples obtain their marriage license 4 to 6 weeks prior to their wedding date.
12.When should I mail the save the date cards?
3 to 6 months prior to your wedding day. Your venue will need a final guest count about 2-3 weeks prior to your wedding date in order to set up properly.
13.Am I able to add in some of my own decorations?
DIY projects can save money at times and can give your wedding a personal touch but they can also become stressful for the couple. A good tip is to decide what you want and stick to it. Do some research to determine how long a project will take and how much it will cost. 
14.When do I mail out my wedding invitations?
A good rule of thumb is to mail invitations 6 to 8 weeks prior to your wedding day.
15.When do I schedule a ''Wedding Details Meeting''?
You will need to schedule a wedding details meeting about 3-6 months prior to your wedding, depending on the wedding package that you have. For larger packages, you may need multiple meetings, starting at around one year prior to your ceremony. For smaller packages, you may only need 1-2 meetings. You can reach out to us at jessicaa@theforevermorefarm.com to schedule your meeting, or we will also reach out to you when it's time for your meeting. Since our schedule tends to be super busy, we schedule these meetings during the days of Monday through Friday, between the hours of 9am and 11am. We can schedule these meetings well in advance to allow time for you to make adjustments to your schedule. These meetings normally take between 45 minutes to an hour, and we will discuss things like rehearsal and ceremony times, guest count, and any rental items or services that you'd like to add to your package.
16.Who can come with me to my details meeting?
We prefer to have just the bride and groom attend the details meetings, since this day will be all about you two. While we do allow moms and dads and other family members to tag along, our main focus is on the bride and groom, and things do tend to get confusing and communication errors tend to arise when there are multiple family members making suggestions during these meetings. Ultimately, all decisions regarding your big day will be made by the bride and groom.
17.What if I need to cancel or reschedule my wedding?
In the event you need to cancel your wedding, Forevermore Farm does not issue refunds for payments already made. Unfortunately, we can not make any exceptions to this policy.
If you would like to reschedule, we do require that you pay a new booking fee in order to secure your new date. You will also be required to sign new contracts.
Payments made for your previous date can be applied toward your new date, however, if you'd like to downgrade your previous wedding package to a cheaper package, we can not refund you any payments that are over the cost of your new package. For example, if you book a package of $8,000, and then decide to go with a package of $3,000 after you have already paid $5,000 toward your previous package, we will apply the $3,000 to your new package, and the overage amount of $2,000 previously paid will be forfeited.
18.What do I do if it rains or snows?
It is important to choose a venue that offers a “Plan B”.  Most of the time, the reception area can be transformed into the wedding and reception area. Our venues here at Forevermore Farm can be setup for both an indoor ceremony, as well as outdoor.
19.What is allowed/not allowed during my ceremony & reception at Forevermore Farm?
We do not allow sparklers, chewing gum, fake flower petals, non-biodegradable confetti, glitter, party poppers, floating lanterns, fireworks, and weapons of any sort, even if you have a permit. We make every effort to protect our farm and keep our guests and staff safe, as well as our local wildlife. In lieu of sparklers, we suggest the use of glow sticks. We do not allow the use of drugs, including marijuana at anytime on any part of Forevermore Farm property. We do not allow smoking inside the venues. We do have designated outside smoking areas with receptacles to dispose of ciggarette butts.


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