Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek welcomes couples to celebrate their nuptials on sprawling acres of gorgeous countryside. Featuring a charming peach orchard, large welcoming shade trees, and a fairytale-like meadow, the family-owned working farm is no stranger to making wedding dreams come true, hosting more than 120 weddings per year and counting. For a celebration where rustic-chic meets timeless elegance, Schnepf Farms offers three on-site venues that will ensure the perfect fit. 

The Farmhouse at Schnepf Farms


The Farmhouse
Built in the 1950s by Ray Schnepf, owners Mark and Carrie Schnepf have transformed the original farmhouse into one of the most delightful countryside locations to have a memorable wedding. The 2,200 square foot property is located in the middle of the Schnepf’s 300-acre farm that includes a beautiful peach orchard, lush green lawns, grapevine-entwined gazebos, and large shade trees that all lend a striking backdrop for picture-perfect photos. The Farmhouse also offers a beautiful bridal dressing suite, a groomsmen private room, DJ dance floor, as well as an air conditioned grand ballroom with classic French doors, that can seat up to 150 guests in case of inclement weather.

Schnepf Farms. Photo: Navyflower Photography


Amenities include:  

  • 6 hour event time (start of ceremony to end of reception)
  • Ceremony lawn with 2 gazebos and orchard gazebo
  • Bride’s/bridesmaid’s suite
  • Groom/groomsmen waiting room
  • Setup and teardown of farmhouse-provided items
  • White resin chairs for ceremony & reception
  • 60” round tables with floor length white linens OR 10′ x 2.5′ wooden farm tables for reception
  • Cake table
  • Gifts & cards table
  • Head table for wedding party or sweetheart table
  • 1-hour ceremony rehearsal

The Big Red Barn

With renovations completed in 2014, the Big Red Barn offers 7,000 square feet of fully insulated, air conditioned open space that gives brides and grooms unlimited options for their big day. Constructed in the early ‘60s, the barn was originally used to store potatoes and was also the location for the farm’s well-attended Spring Fling Dance. Now, Ray Schnepf’s son, Mark, has restored and upgraded the cozy outbuilding to be the perfect spot to host an industrial barn-chic wedding that can accommodate 400-500 guests. The Big Red Barn features a beautiful white ceremony gazebo surrounded by a peach orchard, quaint bridal suite, groom’s dressing room, 30-foot ceilings with bistro lighting, and a wall of candles as a backdrop for a head table or sweetheart table.

The Big Red Barn at Schnepf Farms


Amenities include:  

  • 6 hour event time (start of ceremony to end of reception)
  • Orchard gazebo
  • Barn courtyard
  • Bride’s/bridesmaid’s suite
  • Groom/groomsmen dressing room
  • Setup and teardown of big red barn provided items
  • White resin chairs for ceremony and reception
  • 60” round tables with floor length white linens or 8 x 4 wooden farm tables for reception
  • Cake table
  • Gifts & cards table
  • Head table for wedding party or sweetheart table
  • 1-hour ceremony rehearsal


The Meadow

Tucked away in a forest of 25-year-old pine trees, you’d never know you’re in the East Valley of Arizona, let alone on a farm, at this lush green meadow that’s the perfect escape for an enchanting wedding. The Meadow can accommodate 200-300 guests and also includes a private bride’s and groom’s rooms. 

The Meadow at Schnepf Farms


Amenities include:

  • 6 hour event time. Available times: 11am-11:30pm
  • Ceremony arch
  • Bride’s/bridesmaid’s dressing room
  • Groom/groomsmen waiting room
  • Setup and teardown of Meadow-provided items
  • Wooden benches for ceremony
  • 10-foot farm tables and benches for reception
  • Cake table
  • Gift table
  • Head table for bridal party or sweetheart table
  • 1-hour rehearsal


Schnepf Farms is located at 22601 E Cloud Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142.

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Schnepf Farms. Photo: Navyflower Photography
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