Let's be honest, we are all pretty busy- and how could we not be? Working jobs, taking care of our homes, and the traffic OH BOY the traffic. Is there anyone who enjoys sitting in construction zones, rushing into grocery stores just to grab the milk you've been to busy to get for 3 days, or the never ending to-do list of life? Sometimes it's nice to just have a small escape, to take a step back and remember why you are running around and that there is still so much to enjoy.
When we stood on top of a hill years ago and stared at the beautiful rolling hills scattered with wildflowers and trees it was breathtaking. Instantly we knew that we were starting something big. That land had a purpose and it's natural elegance needed to be preserved but also shared with others. In that same spot a month later we prayed as a family that we would not lose sight of the end or be frightened with the hurdles we knew were ahead of us.
As each phase of planning came up we made decisions to captivate the natural elegance of the property and to highlight it. Our venue does not face the road - a bold decision we made to allow our clients and guests to forget where they are and truly embrace the beauty around them. To give the opportunity to forget about the to-do list, the DFW construction nightmare, and just BREATHE. The rocked brook that cascades down the side of the hill into multiple ponds is made from rocks pulled from around the property and were each hand placed. Even the venue has large windows that allow natural light to flood the main hall brightening your day and mirroring the simple and natural elegance that is just on the other side of the window panes.
When you come to visit us and stand in front of the large hand crafted doors overlooking the ceremony site & pond you are standing in that same spot on top of the hill that we envisioned everything years ago. We are so excited to share this little slice of heaven and all it's natural elegance with you and hope that it brings a little southern charm into your busy life!
Wedding Venue in North Texas