Has anyone had their wedding here?????
We hope we made the right choice. I hear good feedback about food and service. The room with the skylight and fireplaces are beautiful. Please be honest....
We got married at Fox hollow in March 95. It is a special elegant place and my many of our guests agree. Daytime wedding in the winter garden pavillion room with the waterfall and atrium glass -- so pretty. Guests in the back table, though, complained about not being able to hear over the waterfall, but the Maitre' D took care of that. Cocktail hour in the bar/lounge room. Very cozy. 125 people. Only recommendation was to watch out for the staggered wedding ceremonies. Our ceremony was scheduled for a half hour after another couple's but a dozen of our friends wound up in there and were shocked to see how different "I" looked walking down the aisle!! THey eloquently got up and walked out. We laugh about it even now!
Request the 1st anniversary complimentary dinner in the Restaurant there. It was great. Funny thing, we sat at a table next to another couple celebrating their first. It was the couple whose wedding ceremony our friends attended. They still remember our friend Dave with his cowboy hat. He is in their video!
well my feeling is that fox hollow is a factory atmosphere of wedding after wedding......the party coordinator is a snot...who gets paid by suggesting their own vendors.....the banquet mgr mel is an -----...he lies through his teeth....i haven't been to a single good wedding there....they push there restaurant for a taste test but they do not serve their restaurant food quality for their weddings......their waiters and waitresses have very limited experience....food was fatty and cold!!!!!i would check out other halls that will show you and have you taste their wedding food ...not restaurant food!!!!try woodbury c.c. it does circles around fox hollow....
> Mike Shield with QT Productions. His price is
> lower than most. Also try Startlight productions,