Rustic & Romantic

Outdoor Wedding Venue

Celebrate your special day with friends and family at All Seasons Orchard, a wedding ceremony and wedding reception venue near the Chicago and Rockford metropolitan areas. Our beautiful, rustic outdoor wedding venue provides an elegant farm setting for an outdoor wedding ceremony and barn wedding reception. Our barn wedding venue is air conditioned and opens up onto our paved patio providing ample opportunities to enjoy the country air while also dining in comfort. Our farm and apple orchard is located in Woodstock IL, in McHenry County. For more information about hosting your wedding at our location contact us at (815) 338-5637 or complete our contact form below.

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We offer a range of packages designed for the various visions and budgets of our couples. Please note we do not host weddings from mid-August through November.



Hold your rustic outdoor wedding ceremony at the heart of our farm under a cluster of majestic oak trees. Their natural beauty and expansive foliage provides a beautiful canopy and a picture perfect backdrop for your outdoor wedding ceremony. You and your guests are sure to fall in love with these trees as we have.



Eat, laugh and dance the night away in our rustic wedding reception barn. Located next to our paved patio, your guests will be able to spend their time dining and dancing inside our wedding barn venue and also stroll outdoors to enjoy the country air and sunset on our patio. Our wedding barn is air conditioned.

Wedding Ceremony or Cocktails on the

The Patio

Located next to our barn wedding venue, our paved brick patio is the perfect venue for an elegant outdoor ceremony or cocktails. Two circular paved patios are joined by a center aisle that leads to a raised platform. On both sides of the platform streams a soothing water feature that feeds into a small pond. The patio is generously landscaped with trees and shrubs to further enhance the natural beauty of our farm grounds.

"Choose a seat not a side. Were all family once the knot is tied."