1812 Hitching Post Ceremony Sites
At the 1812 Hitching Post, we have options! Our 26 acres have shady lawns, sunny fields, quiet corrals, and tranquil lakeside settings.
Most couples decide to be married under the giant oak trees on the side yard of the 1812 Hitching Post. These huge trees allow for shade all day. Light breezes and easy access to the house add to the comfort of your guests. The wedding party enters by walking out the front door, down the brick walkway between the boxwood bushes, and then across the lawn between the chairs to the arbor.
Your guests will appreciate the history of the charming historic farmhouse backdrop and will love touring the property and looking at all the rooms upon arrival. Each bathroom is different and interesting. Your guests will feel like they’ve stepped back in time.
Our tented courtyard reception area doubles as a place to hold your ceremony should the weather not cooperate.
We have several arbors that can be moved to your ceremony location; a white arch top arbor, a circle shaped arbor (moon arch), and a natural wood arbor. You might also choose to use potted palms, other trees, ferns, flowers, and/or rented or provided arbors to achieve the look you desire.
Every wedding is different; we encourage you to express yourself and send us your ideas!