Don’t Be Fooled By The Facades! Tisha and Steve Morgan represent themselves as professionals, however, they are there to just take your money! It truely is a shame that this venue is not operated by honest people. Our experience was full of threatening text messages of additional expenses, last minute plan changes, time constraints, and further unethical and unprofessional practices. As hosts of the wedding, both Tisha and Steve’s attire was very offensive to our family and our guests. Tisha wore a mid-drift tank top exposing her breasts and a pair of low cut tight jeans, no make-up, and her hair was all over the place. Steve was wearing paint stained shorts and an old t-shirt, with what they were paid they could have bought clothes appropriate for the occasion. After requesting that their inappropriate attire be changed, we were told that if we did not like it or if any of our guests didn’t like their attire we could leave the wedding. Nice, huh? Although the wedding continued, many of the details were a mess! Our entire family helped finish up the evening, packing up, picking up trash, folding chairs, anything to speed up our departure, only to be impeded by Tisha demanding settlement for some plants around the fountain that were not damaged by anyone at our wedding, when she wasn’t given the satisfaction that she was seeking she proceeded to take it out on my husband’s truck tire. She tore off his tire stem, flatting his tire. Tisha demanded that we leave; Steve violently shoved the groom, knocking the groom into the child standing behind him. Their disreputable business practices, disrespectful behavior, and their overall scam like nature should keep anyone from doing business with them at all!
The only flexibility had to come from the bride, to lose her money or put up with the Morgan's demands at the last minute.
Yes. If you have more than 30 guests, don't expect them to be comfortable. We had 100 guests.