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Say “I do” in the Country!

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In the heart of diverse West Texas, our rustic 80-acre farm in Midland can be an unusual and wildly fun setting for a summertime wedding never-to-be-forgotten! 

The colors in our seasonal Texas sunsets are beyond breathtaking at Fiddlesticks Farms, and we allow you to use this special effects lighting absolutely free of charge!  No foolin’, folks! 

Traditional square hay bales can be arranged for guest seating for the ceremony, while also providing a countrified aisle for the wedding procession.  

The natural outdoor setting at Fiddlesticks Farms can host a wedding that is casual and informal, or an event that’s richly elegant and traditional — from “ya’ll come” to “you are cordially invited“! 

Step into Wonderland …

Celebrate country-style with a reception in our wedding tent! It will be festooned with romantic twinkle-lights and farm-style decor as a backdrop for your own special touches. Outside, you can cuddle up at our Fire Pits and Toast a few S’Mores. Or just do a little of that romantic summer star-gazing that West Texas is famous for. 

Fun and Farm Frolic!

For a special touch of whimsy and a lot of giggles, guests can try their hand at Fiddlesticks Farms’ unique collection of ‘yard games’. We think they are great sport for striking up a bit of rivalry between the bride’s and groom’s in-laws! We have a whopping big jumping pillow (hang onto yer petticoats, gals!), and a giant yellow slide — wheeee! Plus, take advantage of the fun props around the farm for lots of souvenir photos with all of your guests!

We are only able to host events on summer dates; early April – late August!

Not getting wed? Have a party anyway!

We also host wedding rehearsal dinners, bridal parties, baby showers, birthday parties, quinceañera parties, corporate meetings, and family reunions at the farm!

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