Chapel At The Farm is not a "cookie-cutter" venue. Being featured in national publications and winning industry awards are not our claims to fame.
Our venue and its incredible family history in Gilbert distinguish our values and form our pride. We treasure the 1913 John Deere tractor that sits on the property; this old tractor was used to work the properties former self- a cotton farm.
Our true claim to fame has not much to do with us. Our gem is you, our couples. You create and express your personal style and design a wedding day that reflects the two of you.
Our goal is to make your "uniquely yours" day as simple and stress free as possible....your day can range from blingy bling to cowboy boots or any thing in between.
We are fortunate to do what we to LOVE! This is because of you, our couples. We are consistently surprised and delighted by the passion and support of our partnering vendors and the wonderful Farmhouse Village where Chapel At The Farm calls home.
Old ASU Bus Barn. Makes for a great outdoor Pavilion Wedding
Beautiful Grounds with Great Photo Opportunities
Grass and Trees in the Desert!
Arch, Picket Fence, Chairs and Aisle Runner Provided on The Wedding Only Package
History of The Farmhouse Village
The Farmhouses Village was the creation of Ruth Gieszl. Her father, was a skilled horseman and cowboy, raised on family cattle ranches and farms. Her husband was a farmer who's family homesteaded and farmed since the 1920's. Ruth received numerous awards from Arizona Farm Bureau, Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, the City of Gilbert, Maricopa County and establish the Gilbert Historical Museum. Ruth designed a place of collected 1920's - 1930's farmhouses that were going to be demolished. At her own expense, to preserve Gilbert as Gilbert was, her vision The Farmhouse Village was created. The Village is a step back in time and home to all women owed businesses; A Restaurant, a Christian Preschool, a Hair Salon, Simply Charming a gift shop, Chapel At The Farm and a unique1930's hot-riveted metal barn originally from ASU now host to Chapel At The Farms large weddings and events. It is a true honor to be a small part of one strong woman's vision and dream.
A trip down memory lane.
The Building on the Left to the Photo is the same company that made the Bus Barn
Just in case you wanted to know what a bus looked
Cotton Pickin Hard Work
Cotton Cash Crop
Gilbert back in the day you can still see the Water Tank Now The Heritage District