"You put your arms around me, and I'm home"
Onion Creek is a beautiful creek with rock bottom and clear water so you can see all the way to the bottom. There is easy creek access and 1000 foot of creek footage to view the creek and fish that swim in it. At some spots, wildflowers line the cliffs for amazing photos (and did I mention the amazing sunsets?) We are currently setting up a ceremony spot along the creek's edge. Stay tuned! Although Onion Creek sometimes dries up when there isn't enough rain (if it does, it tends to be the latter half of July through February), it is gorgeous when it is dry as well and fun to hike along it finding fossils, heart-shaped rocks, and items washed up from past floods.
The custom, covered cedar veranda offers a rustic flair. It has a custom-made cedar bar and serving window to the kitchen. There is a large chandelier perfect for customizing with flowers or greenery. There are four ceiling fans and an alcove that overlooks the deck and dance floor below for saying vows, using as a Juliet balcony to toss the bouquet, or for one-man bands.
The Bridal Suite has a large three-way mirror so the bride can view her dress from all angles (this offers great bridal portraits). There are four vanity spots to apply make-up and fix hair, complete with beautiful crystal pendant lighting above and their own unique, antique vanity mirror. There are an additional three full-length mirrors. There is a bathroom with shower and a small kitchenette to enjoy some snacks and champagne.
There are three ceremony sites with two more under construction. Ceremony sites include two iron wedding gazebos adorned in lights, and a cedar arbor amidst large oaks with a walkway bridge. Under construction is a creekside arbor and a garden chapel.
Blessed Little Chapel
Our "Blessed Little Chapel" is a tiny mobile chapel. It can be moved anywhere on the 11 acres to have your very own UNIQUE ceremony site. The chapel was built during the 2020 quarantine. I wanted a little white chapel that could be set up by the creek, but to not be destroyed by any possible flooding. So the idea of a tiny chapel on wheels was appealing. I wanted it open air and rustic. I searched for the perfect old Spanish doors, found some old age hardware, used old antique gate panels for sides and cedar contrast with the white. To move along the highway, it couldn't be higher than 13'6" so I didn't get the height in the steeple I wanted, but it turned out cute. I also have stained glass panels for the little windows to add some sparkly light. This is perfect for an intimate ceremony or up to 200 people.