707 N Kurzweil Road, Raymore, MO
**PHOTOS COURTESY of Bailey Fraccascia, Photographer - BaileyFraccasciaphoto.com; [email protected]; 816-258-1770 **FLOWERS AND TABLE SETTINGS COURTESY of Nicole Maynard with Indigo Rose Floral & Event Design; [email protected]; 817-300-0462 **MAKE-UP COURTESY of Hollyann Brown, Professional Make-Up Artist; 816-787-2734 Located in Raymore, MO, the Rogge Family Vineyard is a beautiful outdoor barn destination in the Kansas City metro area. Ideal for couples wanting a rustic-yet-chic wedding, this venue has plenty of charm to offer. Owners Craig and Nancy Rogge are pleased to host occasions that become special memories for couples and their loved ones, all starting on Kurzweil Road. The on-site barns were originally built by Walter Kurzweil in 1944. As part of his dairy farm, these barns helped to sustain Walter through many seasons. Before his time, the property cycled through a few prominent owners in the Raymore community. After his time, this property finally fell into the hands of the Rogges. Both Craig and Nancy are pleased to offer their family-owned and -operated grounds for weddings and other social gatherings. For over 30 years, they have made these fields there home, and now they are opening it to couples and their loved ones. Check out the updated pricing for the remainder of 2020 to help couples during these difficult times. The event space has plenty of room for guests to spread out and maintain safe social distancing. The use of 13 eight-foot tables, 12 six-foot diameter tables, and 200+ folding chairs have also just been added to the venue at no additional cost. The Rogge family encourages their clients to utilize the space available in a way that is meaningful to their wedding. Couples will have the opportunity to craft their layout, set up decorations as they please, and hire their choice of vendors. Whatever them they choose, elegant to eclectic, Rogge Family Vineyard can be a sight to behold. Offered as part of the property rental, there are numerous interesting points of interest scattered throughout the premises. Some of these include a brick silo, an old Chevy truck, and a classic wagon. Photography is welcome around any of these areas, enabling clients to have memorable keepsakes they can cherish for years to come. In addition to farmyard elements, there is a half-acre vineyard which holds a wisteria arbor and provides views of pastureland. To find out how this outdoor paradise can be incorporated into wedding plans, couples may reach out for a chat and tour.