Liberty Plantation is a new over-the-top wedding and event venue in the Springfield/Branson area of Missouri. They are hosting a free open house on May 7th and 8th, 2022.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Springfield, Missouri Apr 16, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Liberty Plantation is announcing the opening of its new wedding and event venue, located in Southwest Missouri. To celebrate the availability of this traditional Antebellum-style location, the company is hosting a free open house on Mother’s Day Weekend May 7th and May 8th, 2022.
The property spans 18.5 acres on Table Rock Lake near Flat Creek. Liberty Plantation offers:
- Grand gazebo with outdoor seating for 500 guests
- Lakeside Pavilion (11,000 sq feet) with a two-peaked tent
- Eaton Hall (5,000 sq feet) for indoor receptions of 200 guests
Jennifer Cupp says of the location, “This is the most beautiful venue I’ve ever seen in person.”
Music is available throughout the entire landscaped, manicured property. In addition to the aforementioned facilities, Liberty Plantation also offers a Bride’s Cottage (400 sq feet) that features crystal chandeliers, a backlit makeup mirror, and a full-length mirror where the bride can get ready for her big day. The cottage also has bench seating, hangers for the dresses, and a fridge where guests can store refreshments.
The outdoor Grand Gazebo (43,560 sq feet) is the ideal space for open-air ceremonies. 200 chairs are included, but the space has the capacity to seat up to 500 guests. Following a charming wedding ceremony at the gazebo, guests can head to cocktail hour overlooking Table Rock Lake at the Lakeside Pavilion before moving to the indoor reception at Eaton Hall.
Eaton Hall features 10 crystal chandeliers, marbled epoxy floors, invisible rigging to drape, and 40′ tall Georgian columns. Guests can dance the night away here with the disco ball and DJ lighting. There’s a 180-inch projector screen for photos and videos of the happy couple or corporate presentations.
There is also raised platform seating for the bride and groom plus an elevated second story for the band or DJ with a glass railing and tech hookups. The hall comes with 6′ round tables and Napoleon chairs for 200 guests.
Caterers can set up on-site in the Eaton Hall 600 sq foot commercial kitchen, complete with an overfired broiler, convection oven, range griddle, warming cabinet, fridge, ice maker, and dishwasher. Liberty Plantation will set up an outdoor wood-fired grill for serving and cooking steaks and other delicacies for large groups. Bar service with elegant portable carts can be moved to various locations across the property.
The accessible venue offers golf cart transportation to disabled guests along with coach service and a parking lot attendant. The indoor restrooms are also handicap accessible and have a changing station for parents of young children.
The exterior of the mansion has a 16′ tall black and white fountain in the circle driveway and a 10′ wide porch on two levels. The interior of the building has 37 crystal chandeliers, marble and wood floors, two Italian fireplaces, and a theater.
Each room on the property’s mansion features different paint colors, unique crown moldings, Baroque furnishings, elegant artworks, and there’s a 46′ high vestibule with a skylight. A 6′ chandelier completes the grand space.
The open house on May 7, 2022 runs from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm and gives interested parties a chance to explore the venue prior to booking. The Mother’s Day open house is May 8, 2022, from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm. After Mother’s Day brunch, couples can bring their mom or future mother-in-law to see the venue. Refreshments will be provided as supplies last. For more information, potential clients can call 417-772-4273, email [email protected] or visit the website www.libertyplantation-weddings-events.com
If you already have plans that weekend doesn’t worry Liberty Plantation also allows the booking of free tours for prospective events.
Liberty Plantation Wedding and Event Center
224 Bass Bend Trail, Cape Fair, Mo 65624
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