Accommodating up to 250 guests, the Open Air Pavilion is most commonly used for dining, but many couples have also said “I do” right in front of its double-sided brick fireplace. Others have used this spot for entertainment and dancing. Without walls, the 7,500 square-foot (two-thirds of it covered) Pavilion invites the best of the outdoors in—glossy rich ferns, sage-colored mosses, deep green pines and soft wooden tones are within sight. Inside, the wood, crisp-white beams may be outfitted with flowers, greenery, lighting or any other decor. Ceiling fans draw in and move cooler air about. With the tables dressed to the nines, strategic lighting, candles glowing, and the fire flickering behind where the bride and groom’s table dine—all this simply feels relaxing, intimate, cozy and romantic. This space features three onsite restrooms, one of which is ADA accessible, and makes for a great back-up spot should a garden wedding suddenly need to shift undercover due to inclement weather.