The ceremony site is located just outside the barn and is accessible through three sets of French doors. This large, grassy area sets the stage for romance with its cascading waterfall, shade trees, and sweeping hill country views. A covered patio with tall cocktail tables and an outdoor bar runs the barn’s length and invites guests to gather for hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. The space offers a nice transition area for guests to wait while the happy couple poses for photos in one of the many picturesque spots including in front of an oversized Texas flag painted on one side of the barn.
The reception area inside the barn can hold up to 225 for a seated dinner. Avery and her talented crew can take care of the setup and breakdown of the provided tables and chairs and help you with all your additional needs, from florists to caterers, bakeries, photographers, and more.
“We have a preferred vendor list,” she explains. “We have spent many hours vetting the best in the industry to save the couple some legwork.”
Unlike other venues, the Ironwood Barn doesn’t charge these vendors a fee to be part of the list. Instead, they are carefully chosen based on their ability and reputation.
“We do not make money from our vendors,” assures Avery. “We want the best for our clients, and we want to get them the best deals.”
However, one of the building’s most unique features is one you cannot see.
“When the barn was originally built, a Bible was placed in the cement underneath the entryway so that when you come and go, you are walking over the word of the Lord,” says Avery.