A pumpkin farm may not be the first thought to come to mind when searching for wedding venues, but why not? After all, if a pumpkin can get Cinderella to the ball, a wedding at a pumpkin farm sounds like the perfect fairytale! Good news though: Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm offers so much more than pumpkins.
Bishop’s expansive property gives couples several choices for both ceremony and receptions.
The Apple Orchard
The apple orchard can accommodate up to 400 guests. The orchard provides ample shade and the trees can be wrapped in lights to create an even more romantic ambiance.
The Green Barn
For a more rustic experience, the Green Barn is available and sets 250 guests for a ceremony and up to 175 guests for reception. Whether you are looking for a completely rustic look or rustic glam, the Green Barn is the perfect backdrop for adding décor to personalize your special day.
The Barn Lawn
The Barn Lawn Area is another spacious setting, which can accommodate up to 300 guests for a reception, but can also be tailored to create a small, intimate wedding.
El Rancho Del Amor
And finally, El Rancho Del Amor is a fun, amphitheater-type setting with an adorable bridge lined with an iron gate, which sits among a stunning 200-year old oak tree. It truly is a majestic, natural setting.
Whichever setting you select, each wedding package includes an impressive menu with options to suit all tastes. And we love that each package includes use of the grounds for two whole days, allowing ample time for set up and tear down, not to mention six full hours of celebratory event time, which must come to a close at (you guessed it) the stroke of midnight.
If you’re looking for your own fairytale wedding, be sure to check out Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm.
For more information about Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm, log on to Bishopspumpkinfarm.com, or call 530-633-2568, or visit 1415 Pumpkin Lane in Wheatland.
And, make sure to “like” Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm on Facebook at Facebook.com/bishopspumpkinfarm.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s writer, Kelley Saia.
Photos courtesy of Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm.
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