Equestrian Woods is a historic wedding venue located in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Situated on 4.5 acres of land in Jasmine Country, the late 1800s estate home offers picturesque views that are perfect for photo opportunities. The venue has provided indoor and outdoor event space for weddings and special events since 1987, offering couples a banquet hall, garden, and patio area.
Facilities and Capacity
Equestrian Woods can accommodate up to 300 guests for weddings on the estate. The estate features a 1,600-square-foot garden for ceremonies, a covered patio area for cocktail hours, and 3,500-square-foot dining area for receptions. The property also has a commercial grade kitchen, as well as a junior Olympic-sized pool, among other amenities.
Equestrian Woods is a full-service event venue that provides couples with in-house catering, event service staff, and an event coordinator for ceremonies and receptions, as well as bridal showers, engagement parties, and rehearsal dinners. Several rental items are also offered by the venue, including tables, chairs, lighting, centerpieces, dance floors, drapery, linens, cloth napkins, barware, glassware, and flatware, as well as bartenders and servers. Other services provided by the venue include:
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Recommended by 96% of couples
Leah · Married on 04/19/2008
The perfect, perfect, perfect location for your wedding. The staff at Equestrian Woods are beyond anything you could hope for when planning your wedding! Tell them what you want and they'll make it happen! They take care of all the details, no matter how minor. They are overly helpful, overly friendly, and the location is amazing. My husband and I also had them cater our wedding reception and the food was outstanding. Service is second to none.Sent on 08/27/2008
Michelle · Married on 05/19/2007
Everything went smoothly and they were very helpful.Sent on 06/30/2008
Jennifer · Married on 05/14/2011
Very professional and helpful. The food was really good and priced well within our budget. The only drawback was the way they do liquor. Corkage, tax on the corkage, gratuity, and a tip jar. Seemed like a bit much to us. The building is beautiful and made for a lot of pretty photo ops.Sent on 06/30/2011