Meant To Bee – Janella & Jesse 5/30/21

There’s nothing quite like being yelled at from across a parking lot, it screams (no pun intended)  romance doesn’t it? Well for Janella & Jesse it really was how their love story started. Jesse yelled across DTCC’s parking lot “Hey Tiffany’s cute friend, what’s your name?” Janella told him and he responded with “I’m not […]

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The Sisters of Hopkins Heartland

There’s no defining moment that was the beginning of Hopkins Heartland. It has been an evolution, a test of every human emotion, and awesome confidence between sisters. Although separate visions led Amy and I back to the farm to be individual business owners, we found our groove in Ag Tourism, and we found that we […]

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I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying.

Photos: Chelsea Fluharty Photography Kyleigh and Greg may share a love of Bethany Beach, but they said “I do”, through waves of happy tears, at Hopkins Heartland, on a gorgeous & sunny day. April 3, 2021. The tears for this crew began on day one. When the parents of the bride and groom, the bride […]

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There’s nothing quite like being yelled at from across a parking lot, it screams (no pun intended)  romance doesn’t it? Well for Janella & Jesse it really was how their love story started. Jesse yelled across DTCC’s parking lot “Hey Tiffany’s cute friend, what’s your name?” Janella told him and he responded with “I’m not […]

October 8, 2021

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explore the farm

We are just beyond the borders of our destination beach towns & culinary coast. The entire experience is both convenient and breathtaking for your family and friends. 

Hopkins Heartland believes in preservation of farms, historic structure, and family. Every couple who is welcomed to the farm is part of a preservation experience. Weddings at the Heartland are private and intimate, with the feeling of being part of something much bigger. Let us guide you to your dream wedding. We are so grateful to have you be part of our story, and become part of this historic preservation. 

700 acres of preserved farmland, historic barns, and bucolic romance.

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