Travel back centuries to a castle designed with the look and feel of all things regal. Whether you prefer a medieval castle or a nineteenth-century palace, the interior and exterior will represent a mixture of rustic and extravagant decor, including a hint of magical whimsy. Our hope is to begin hosting small-scale events (4-50 guests) very soon. Wisteria Castle is a place where every bride is a princess, and where peasants and nobles can share mead and meal.
We've been adding a lot of gold touches to our second floor walls. Along with the pillars and filigree, we're inserting a framed image of various monarchs from the middle ages. The photo on the left is King Richard III of England. The middle image is of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the far right picture is Alfred the Great of Wessex. Not shown is Eleanor of Aquitaine. I'm being very selective with which Royal makes the cut. Many more wall spaces to fill over time with other kings and queens, lords and ladies, from various parts of the world
Wisteria Castle has first wedding for dear friends, Mark and Barb Cough. We are so happy you shared your day with us. April 24, 2021
Officiant, Dianne Owens filling out marriage license for Mark and Barb Clough. April 24, 2021
For the past six months, Paul and I have been imagining, creating, and developing the room above our attached garage into a small, medieval chapel. It has been a major undertaking. There was no flooring, bare walls, no window trim/jams, leaking patio door, and uninspired lighting.
Nature's beauty just outside these castle walls.