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Historic Blum Barn

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About Historic Blum Barn

The Historic Blum Barn is a wedding venue located in Saline, Michigan. This historic barn is situated on a 42-acre working farm and offers a variety of services for your special day to ensure a memorable experience for you and your guests. The Historic Blum Barn is located just minutes outside Ann Arbor, 400 feet off an asphalt road, and 800 feet from the nearest neighbor to ensure the perfect amount of privacy for your special event. With three ceremony sites to choose from, this rustic event space is sure to make your wedding event incredible.

Facilities and Capacity

The Historic Blum Barn offers a huge red barn that spans 5,800 square feet over two floors of heated and cooled space, complete with three bathrooms (two of which are handicap accessible) inside. Both levels of the barn are equipped with a professional speaker system of the barn, and the floors seat 250 guests each at square tables. Additionally, take advantage of the large, paved outdoor patio outside with standard tables, picnic tables, and bistro tables. A bridal suite and a groom suite are also provided to allow the wedding party to prepare or change clothes at no additional cost.

Services Offered

The Historic Blum Barn is available for pre-wedding day setup and post-wedding day from for the removal of any rented decoration. In addition to your wedding ceremony and reception, choose to host your engagement party, bridal shower, and rehearsal dinner at this historic venue. The Historic Blum Barn offers an altar or arch for your ceremony, a dance floor, chairs, tables, barware, speakers, microphones, a projector, amish horse carriage, hanging chiffon, and lights. This wedding venue allows couples to select their own caterer and bring in outside alcohol, while also providing bartenders and cake cutting services. Wedding services offered include the following:

  • Set up
  • Clean up
  • Parking


The Blum Barn property was originally occupied in 1832 by Petrus Blum, a Bavarian emigrant who settled in Bridgewater, Michigan The original stone home built on the property was made from fieldstone found on the farm and remained in his family in until the early 1930s. Blum then built a similar structure for his eldest son across the street, which has been occupied by the Renner's since the late 1960s. The farm was a dairy farm until the 1960s, when it was converted to a horse racing and training facility, and it remained that way until 2016, when it was purchased by the current owners.


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