Pioneer Creek Farm
Setting the Scene
This beautiful farm rests on over 80 acres of hills, fields and woods. Four ponds dot the landscape and a creek trickles through the pasture. The old red hay barn catches the breeze from the west and frames the setting sun through it's doors. The interior sparkles with chandeliers and string lights contrasting with its wooden walls and rustic appearance. Nearby, llamas graze next to a 170 year old barn.
There are three main ceremony sites to choose from. One is in the shade of a giant Maple tree and gives a breathtaking view of the property. Another provides a dramatic entrance through 8' antique doors and a pergola surrounded on 3 sides by a large pond. The third is a covered pavilion; a great rain option - or even a first option!
Guests have the opportunity to stroll the grounds, play yard games, fish in the ponds, hand feed the llamas, and enjoy endless photo opportunities. Your wedding will be a unique and unforgettable event.
You are singularly unique, with your own dreams and your own incredible vision for this day. Let us help you set the scene to tell your story...
..and make your dreams come true.
About the Owner
Devonne worked for her parents for about 30 years after leaving college. She also founded and ran two volleyball clubs in Brookfield. In 2015, a co-worker introduced her to the barn wedding venue idea. Devonne's parents owned 80 acres of breathtaking land with hills, woods and ponds. They were no longer raising their grass-fed cattle, so the barn was only being used for storage. Amazingly, her parents said 'yes' when she proposed the idea of opening a barn wedding venue on their property. Devonne jumped in and, with an incredible amount of help and support from her parents and family, she began making the investments needed to turn the family farm into the amazing event venue it is today.
Devonne married her high school sweetheart, Darren, in 1989. They live in West Bend and have two adult children, Brennan (married to Elizabeth) and Isabelle (married to Trenton), and one granddaughter due in January.