We’ll guide you through the entire process.
We've been in the wedding industry for nearly a decade! We know the in's and out's of how weddings run and are so excited to be apart of your day!
01. Schedule a Tour
The first step is to view the venues! We have a monthly event called "View the Venues" where you can come in and tour each building to select your favorite! If that date doesn't work for you, send us a message. We would be happy to meet you anytime for a private tour.
02. Book Your Venue
Our three venues are beautifully different in many ways! Once you've chosen the one for you, it's time to get on the schedule and make things official with us! Give us a call, send an email, or chat with us in person and we'll tie the knot!
03. Get Married!!!
Okay - there may be a few more steps in between booking your venue and getting married but we are here for you! Whether you need help deciding which vendor to choose or just need to see the venues again to plan, we have you covered!
How do we schedule a tour?
All tours must be arranged ahead of time and can be scheduled through filling out our contact form, email, or by phone. You can always visit our View the Venues events held each month without notice!
How do we book?
We require a non-refundable deposit upon booking and a signed contract. The remaining balance is broken up between two payments due 180 days and 90 days before your event.
How long can we reserve the space for?
Our wedding package times differ depending on which day of the week you book, however a common Saturday rental is from 9am-11pm.
Is there accessible Wifi?
No, our WiFi is privately used for video cameras, thermostats, and door locks.
What is your cancellation policy?
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
When can I schedule my rehearsal?
We book rehearsal times 90 days before your event. If you would like a full day rental the day before your wedding, we can book that anytime if available.
What is the max capacity the spaces can hold?
The Silver Spoon - 500 Guests
The Sterling Event - 400 Guests
Platinum Pavillion - 150 Guests
What decor do you not allow?
We do not allow glitter, confetti, real candles, or tape of any kind on the walls or floors.
Do you have a kitchen facility?
Yes, we have a warming kitchen in each building that includes a refrigerator and a microwave. Please note: we are not commercially licensed, so all cooking must be done off site.
Can we have a sparkler exit?
Yes, absolutely! We just require to have a bucket of water or sand for your guests to put their sparklers in when they are finished.
What does a rental include?
All of our wedding packages include a consultation, full day rental and a two hour rehearsal the week of the wedding. We provide A La Carte services for you to add-on if you choose to do so.
Can we bring our own alcohol?
No, we have our liquor license and all alcohol must be brought in only by Brass and Barrel LLC.
Do you have a Preferred Vendors list?
Absolutely! We have a polished list of vendors who we trust that will take great care of you. These vendors have worked at our venues for years and are quality businesses. We do *not* require you to book these vendors, they are simply there to help you if you need a referral!
Can I have my rehearsal the day before the wedding?
Depending on if we have a full weekend of weddings, we schedule all rehearsals on Wednesday and Thursdays in 2 hour block times. If the Friday before your wedding is available, you are welcome to book that!
Do you allow real candles?
No, real candles are messy and burn out quickly. We allow battery operated candles only.
Is your facility wheelchair accessible?
Yes, everything downstairs in The Silver Spoon Barn and the Sterling Event Center is ADA approved. Unfortunately our outdoor pavilion is not wheelchair accessible as there are steps to get down to the ceremony site.
Are we allowed to have hard liquor?
Yes. We will handle all alcohol for you through our bartending company.
What time is last call for music and alcohol?
The last call is at 10PM per state law.
Do you allow smoking?
There are designated areas around the buildings where you can smoke. There is no tolerance for indoor smoking or vaping.