Shiloah Farms is a country estate wedding venue in Molino, Florida. Situated on 72 acres of private land, the property boasts magnificent views of a carefully refined landscape. Original owner Henry Amos was inspired by his Louisiana roots when designing the property, incorporating decorative iron features and stately courtyards. Couples can hold their wedding in an atmosphere of art and sophistication in this vintage country estate.
Facilities and Capacity
This stunning location boasts 50 acres of pecan orchards, providing a scenic natural backdrop for your special day. There are various indoor and outdoor spaces for couples to hold their celebrations, with the option of renting the full property. The happy couple can hold an elaborate reception in the 1,250-square-foot Grand Hall, or a magnificent soiree in the 1,300-square-foot ballroom. The ballroom offers a luxurious country-style setting, with polished hardwood floors and large windows that fill the space with natural light. For those who would rather celebrate their new beginnings on the exquisite grounds of the estate, the outdoor pavilion can be set up accordingly. This location comes with full access to the pond area and the docks, ideal for scenic wedding photography. The attached courtyard can be used for additional seating, and a covered and screened outdoor kitchen is available for catering. The facility also contains luxurious wedding-party lounges and preparation rooms.
The professional staff at Shiloah Farms is happy to collaborate with your chosen wedding planner to bring your vision to life. Staffing includes a facility director, Shiloah-Farms liaison, parking attendant, and security personnel. The venue can also provide a list of preferred vendors to help you choose the right fit for your celebrations. The estate can be made available for other special occasions surrounding this milestone, such as engagement parties or rehearsal dinners.
The farm was initially maintained by Henry and Glenda Amos in the 1980s. The pair went on to plant the pecan orchards, now 50 acres in size, and construct a grand mansion of 6,500 square feet. They watched their children grow up on the property before selling it to Russ and Sandra Crosby in 2017. It was Russ and Sandra who eventually converted the estate into the sophisticated event venue it is today.
1 Reviews for Shiloah Farms
Recommended by 100% of couples
Lindsay Cooey · Married on 11/16/2018
I planned the first wedding at Shiloah Farms and they worked hard to meet the highest of expectations. To be honest it seemed like they had done dozens of wedding there before. Shiloah Farms is an absolute beautiful venue with breathtaking views.Sent on 11/26/2019
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