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Located in sunny Santa Fe, New Mexico, Old Llama Ranch is a unique wedding venue. Couples who are looking for a venue in which they can truly connect with the outdoors will love this vibrant choice.
Facilities and Capacity
Offering a variety of options both indoors and outdoors, this venue will allow any event to flow seamlessly through the property. Couples can rent out specific casitas or the entire ranch for their event, depending on what their vision is. Soon-to-be-weds can begin the day with a ceremony outside under the open sky. After that, guests and the newly wedded couple can journey to the open-air barn for a reception and a dance. Couples will also enjoy relaxing and preparing in the get-ready suites before and after the ceremony.
In addition to the wedding spaces, couples will be able to utilize a variety of amenities at Old Llama Ranch. These include the hot tub, pool, portals, courtyards, and beautiful and well-equipped rooms. Event rentals such as chairs, tables, and lighting and sound equipment can also be provided. The onsite team will be on hand to set up and clean up after the festivities.
This impressive property was originally built in the 1900s, and known as Rancho Las Joyas, before being bought by the family of the current owners in the 1940s. It became known as the Llama Ranch because it was once used to raise llamas, with as many as 30 wandering the property. Now, it has been opened for the public to enjoy for special occasions.
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