StoneRidge Garden is a unique setting for that once-in-a-lifetime wedding destination. Located three miles east of Enderlin, ND on Hwy 46, StoneRidge is truly a wonderful and magical venue for that special day.
Tucked into a North Dakota hillside, StoneRidge Garden spouts an ever-changing profusion of color amongst its many brick-rimmed beds. Upon driving onto the grounds, visitors are welcomed at the entry bed by layers of brilliant blossoms and luscious foliage. The many beds throughout StoneRidge Garden, each with an individual personality, come alive with their unique design and content. The yellow spears of ligularia in bloom, the brick paths lined with warm rich sedum watched over by pink coneflowers, and the vibrant blues of delphiniums beckons one's attention and guides guests on a fragrant journey full of color and texture. Surrounded by innumerable hostas, the koi fish pond provides a place for peace and tranquility in an otherwise busy and exciting occasion. Adding to the contemplative atmosphere of the pond is the unique beauty of the staghorn sumac trees dressed to the nines in their cherry red seed clusters.
The property, while lending itself beautifully to a small gathering, will also accomadate a larger wedding party beneath its canopy of unique foliage including Japanese maple, smoke tree, wegalia and a grape arbor overflowing with fruit, creating a wonderful and intimate setting. The patio area with its rock walls topped by magnificent rose-colored cannas makes a perfect backdrop for singers and musicians who will accompany the wedding party as they make their way through the guests to the alter beneath the sky. Wedding fees include a 4 hour reservation for ceremony and photographs. Reservations are available for either afternoon (11:00am-3:00pm) or evenings(4:00p,-8:00pm) A rehearsal may be scheduled prior to the actual wedding day.
|Facility Location Setting: StoneRidge Garden is conveniently located on Hwy.46 only 40 minutes from Valley City or 50 minutes from Fargo/West Fargo.|
|Year Built: 1982|