Preferred Vendors


We have curated a list of local vendors who are familiar with our venue and we love. However, you are also welcome to bring in your own vendors for your event provided they are licensed and insured. 

*Please note Eight Eight Catering is our in-house caterer, and outside caterers are not permitted.



Moon Valley Photography

A Faith Arts

Jessica Karcher Photography


Lammardo Studios

Amber Lammardo


Larry Miller Photography

Larry Miller

Powell. Ohio




Dutcher Flower Farm

Courtney Dutcher

Schuster’s Flower Shop



Sage Rose Video

Olivu Wedding Company 

Lewis Center, Ohio


Eighty Eight Catering

Upper Sandusky, Ohio


Spencer’s Sugar Shop

Lima, Ohio


 Mark’s Homemade Ice Cream Truck

Bucyrus, Ohio 


Makeup Artist

Makeup by Tatum

Columbus, Ohio


Madolyn Worral



Jaime Langston




Should I use a Venue’s Preferred Vendor for my Wedding?

When it comes to your wedding, you want everything to be perfect. So you may be wondering if you should use the preferred vendors at your venue. Here are some things to consider when making your decision.

The benefit of using a venue’s preferred vendors is that they are familiar with the space and know how to work within its limitations. They also know the venue staff and have established relationships, which can make your wedding day run more smoothly.

You may be limited in your choice of vendors if you go this route or you may not be familiar with the vendor. 

So what’s the best decision for you? Ultimately, it depends on your budget and what’s most important to you on your wedding day. If you’re looking for convenience and peace of mind, then using a venue’s preferred vendor list is probably the way to go. But if you’re looking to save money or have more control over who you work with, then going outside the list may be the better option for you.

What’s the best way to find Ohio Wedding Vendors?

If you’re looking for the best Ohio wedding vendors, the best place to start is by asking your friends and family for recommendations. Your venue coordinator may also have recommendations. While most have preferred vendors, they might also know others who are more niche to your style or needs. You can also search online for reviews of local vendors. Once you’ve compiled a list of potential vendors, be sure to meet with them in person to get a feel for their style and personality. Ask lots of questions and pay attention to the little details to ensure you find the perfect vendor for your big day.

How do I compare wedding vendors?

When you’re planning your wedding, it’s important to find vendors that fit your style and budget. But with so many options out there, how do you know who to trust? Here are a few tips for compare wedding vendors:

Start by doing your research. Read reviews, look at portfolios, and get recommendations from friends or other couples who have recently gotten married. Once you’ve narrowed down your options, reach out to the vendors and ask for pricing information. Be sure to also ask about any fees or charges that might not be included in the quoted price. Get a feel for the vendor’s personality and see if they’re a good fit for you and your fiance. You’ll be working with them closely on one of the most important (and expensive) days of your life, so it’s important that you get along well.

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