Moore’s Flying M Ranch is a private, rustic wedding venue located in Inola, Oklahoma. We've been in the wedding industry since the early 1970s and offer old-meets-new facilities that couples and their guests will enjoy.
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Our unique timber-framed monitor-style event center was built in the style of the 1800s, yet is the newest addition to the ranch facilities. The barn has a complete set up with a kitchen, handicap accessible restrooms, a shower room, and an upstairs loft with a private ready quarters & private bathroom.
We specialize in creating custom, all-inclusive packages to cater to each couple's needs and wants. We offer great packages for our couples who are hands on & want a full DIY experience as well as packages for complete turn key events. We offer on site event and decor planning, firework displays & DJ services too! Couples can host wedding ceremonies, receptions, bridal showers, and engagement parties at the ranch.
- Central Heat & Air
- 5 sets of sliding barn doors,10 foot wide each
- 25 round tables that are 60 inch round
- Four 6 foot long banquet tables
- Four 8 foot long banquet tables
- One 5 foot long gift or cake table
- One 3 foot long cake or guest sign in table
- 150 wooden folding chairs
- 200 white folding chairs
- Spiral wrapped string lights on 4 posts flanking dance floor
- Two 65 inch monitors for video use
- Specialty lighting includes both up and down lighting featuring a full color palette & party light mode
- DJ Booth with easy connect speaker cords & tablet for video use
- Party Ball Light over dance floor
- Prep kitchen
- Five 3 gallon beverage dispensers
- Two 60 cup coffee urns
- Private upstairs ready room with private bathroom
- Lower level ready room with duel private showers
- Outdoor wooded area complete with arbor, bistro lights & fire pit
- ION remote speaker, battery powered, for outdoor use
- Pet friendly
- Fishing in any of our 30 stocked ponds during your stay
- Outside vendors allowed
- Native American-owned
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he head honchos, the hardest workers, the heart of the Flying M—Scott and Debby Moore. Celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, Scott and Debby are a true, shining example of a God-centered, unwavering, BEST-friendship type of marriage. If you’ve ever visited the ranch, you’ve undoubtedly met one of these two, if not both! Scott’s family roots run deep through the land where the Flying M stands today, going back so far as the early 1900s. Scott is the third generation Moore to own and operate the ranch and does so in the same way that his grandparents and his parents, Bob and Bernie, did before him—with integrity, hard-work, and an eagerness to welcome any and all who cross its gates. There aren’t real words to describe Scott’s genuineness. . .but if I had to try, the word would simply and undoubtedly be “selfless.” He cherishes his time with his family and enjoys many hobbies, whether it’s hunting with his boys, building something in his shop, or going to Colorado to ride motorcycles through the mountains (he’s kind of a dare-devil!!) And then. . . Debby. Debby Moore was raised in rural Pryor Creek, OK. Growing up, her free spirit never imagined she’d be a country girl, but one day she fell in love with a rancher and nearly 30 countless chore-doing, hayfield plowing, bottle feeding and cow-working years later, she wouldn’t have it any other way. Debby is a kind, warm, loving person who knows not one stranger and has a way of making everyone feel at home when they’re at the Flying M. She makes the meanest fried chicken and has the greenest thumb; she is a natural care-taker and loves her family with a fierceness unparalleled. She loves to be spontaneous, she loves to craft and to travel, and she breaks away at least once a day to take a walk through the paths of the ranch and center herself with nature. She, too, is selfless, but I think the word for her would really be “nurturer.” These aren’t things they’d ever write about themselves— they truly walk in humility. But if you visit the ranch & see these faces that call it home, that love to share it with others—you’ll see it all for yourself.
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