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This venue changed coordinators half way through my planning and I felt the burn of that change. Unfortunately, I didn’t even find out they changed coordinators until the venue sent out an email blast soliciting new wedding business! I had to email the old coordinator to find out what happened. The responses that I received were always a bit delayed, my questions never felt fully answered, and almost every promise that was made was changed somehow. Originally when I booked Sky Creek Ranch, the original coordinator explained that only 1 bride had hired a day-of-coordinator and the she would handle everything for us, but couldn't officially call herself a coordinator. However, when the new coordinator came in, that changed. I was on the hook to either decorate myself (at sunrise, “when the golfers arrive”) or hire someone to do so. Luckily, an event canceled the night before mine, so I was able to go in and decorate or I would have been on the line to pay a professional. That obviously did not sit too well for me, or my husband.
In addition, when we originally booked the venue, my DH and his best man were supposed to get golf for free. After much back and forth, we were finally granted that original promise, but I found it to be a little disheartening that they would fight me on that small thing.
The food at SCR was sub-par, at best. I was extremely disappointed. The chicken was dry and the bread was rock hard – I had several people comment on how the bread would be better suited for baseball! I was extremely embarrassed by the guest’s comments, and I expected better out of SCR.
We purchased a set amount of alcohol at the reception, with the option to purchase more. I had more than half of my guests mention that their glasses were taken off their tables while they were half (sometimes more) full!! This wouldn’t bother me as much if I didn’t have to purchase more wine in the middle of the reception because we “ran out”. I was so mad to hear about them taking half full glasses, because I felt like I paid for more than I should have. Also, I was supposed to be able to keep the extra bottles of wine that we purchased, yet the venue hasn’t told me yet what I had left over.
I felt like Sky Creek Ranch on its own is a beautiful venue with tons of potential. However, I would not recommend it to anyone for a wedding.