Mountain Views
Private Event Venue


Hidden Flower Tiny Farm offers micro weddings, vow renewals, elopements, LGBTQ+ ceremonies, commitment ceremonies, handfasting, and any other non-traditional ceremony. We are committed to green event planning, with the goal of making each event as sustainable as possible. Our five-acre property is a very intimate space, tucked away in Beaverdam Valley on the side of a mountain in Asheville, NC. Hidden Flower contains many herb gardens, a pasture, mountain trails, seasonal flower gardens, a mountain stream, and an orchard. There is a beautifully restored barn and stunning mountain views that make perfect backdrops for your event photos. For all of our wedding planning, we use Elopement Asheville Please contact them here 

Vacation Rentals


We are proud to offer four unique vacation rentals on the tiny farm which are ideal for sustainable and budget-friendly getaways. Each structure has WiFi, a kitchenette, shower, compost toilet, great views, and plenty of space to relax in comfort and privacy. Enjoy our many gardens and beautiful views of the stars over the Blue Ridge mountains.

Small, simple, sweet, sustainable, and stress free!

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Event Bartenders


We offer highly professional bartenders with years of experience in the service industry. We take pride in creating the perfect drink menu and bespoke cocktails for your event. Asheville is well known for its many local breweries, and we are happy to help guide you to local beers that will delight your guests. Green event planning is always a huge priority for us and we can offer many suggestions to help your event be as environmentally friendly as possible.  

Micro Lavender Flower Farm


We are cultivating and growing five different lavender varieties here at Hidden Flower Tiny Farm. We love spending as much time on our tiny lavender hill as possible. We also have fruit trees, veggie and herb gardens. We are always expanding and working on different plant projects at certain times of the year. So the landscape is ever-changing. 

In a Lavender Field