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The wedding venue features two ceremony spaces and three areas for cocktail hour. There’s a ballroom with chandeliers for large and small ceremonies and a small, rustic venue, too. There are also wedding gazebos and the biggest wedding space can accommodate 250 guests. More intimate gatherings of as many as 50 people are suitable for The Back Porch venue.
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"The moment I saw this venue I knew it was perfect for what we were envisioning; the greenery, the flowers, fountain, outside tables and chairs (were a blemished free white)," wrote WeddingWire user Marcia Lastrapes. "Our photographer was able to get hundreds of pics with nice landscape view and decor all over property. Co-owner Ida was flexible to move yard decor where we needed them; big plus for us, because our pictures at the metal table and bench is my favorite! Family and friends loved this place so much they want to visit here again (future baby shower maybe perhaps)."
There’s also a bed-and-breakfast available on the 6.5 acre property. Guests can spend the night in a customized room and wake up for a walk along the lawn before getting ready for their big day with their bridal party.