The Granite Stone Wedding Arch

Most popular in the early spring and fall wedding months, the stone arch has a classic wedding feel.

It was built by hand in 2016, and our creek flows right behind it. It’s only a one and half minute walk from the barn in the opposite direction of the white pergola, and tucked away behind seasonally flowering bushes. Our horses, Sugar and Ben, often crash weddings at this site due to the close proximity of the horse fence.
⦁ Best for higher guest counts, with permanent bench-style seating for 50-75 guests
⦁ Guests sit in shade after 2pm in the early spring and fall months
⦁ Eight shepherd hooks with vases of white silk flowers and greenery can be added down the center aisle
⦁ Addition of venue’s silk flowers in colors that closely match your own to the vases
⦁ White silk flowers and greenery decorate the stone arch at all times
⦁ Addition of venue’s silk flowers in colors that closely match your own to the arch
⦁ Two formal vases at each end of the stone arch ledges
⦁ Some couples prefer no décor on the arch
⦁ Staff can bring out a separate table for sand ceremonies, etc.
⦁ Yellow water iris and pink azalea bloom near stone arch in mid April through May
⦁ A white snowball bush blooms next to the stone arch in July through October
⦁ Popular in early October because the trees that change to gold earliest grow behind it

Text Regina