In the foundation of The Grove are buried two rocks that serve as reminders to us on this journey.
We’ve been asked about the design of The Grove’s building and are honored that people are responding to our unique structure. We feel that we are a unique style, there’s nothing like it in Round Rock. In 2014 Round Rock rezoned the portion of downtown Round Rock we now call our own to allow usesRead more
Today marks the 13th year of partnership. Today we stood in the backyard of a friend’s lovely home at the banks of the Brushy Creek under lovely live oak trees and pledged our devotion to each other. We convinced our friends to let us and our 100 guests take over their home as we couldn’tRead more
Event bookings have been amazing considering that our building is a skeleton of its final self. Our GC tell us we should hit our completion date of the end of July. Look for information regarding the open house. Dates for events in October, November and December are booking now. Please let us know if you’reRead more
In the previous post I referenced an oak tree being 100 years old and have been asked how I know the age. The truth is, I don’t know the exact age of all the trees, but some of the trees at The Grove have been used in the property’s legal description for over a hundredRead more
We are very excited with the progress of The Grove construction, framing should be complete in the next week. However, our building plans and nature had a conflict this week when the designed roofline came in contact with a 100+ year old live oak tree. We shut down the framing for half a day andRead more
How can I avoid letting COVID take the front seat at my celebration instead of focusing on the joy of our celebration?
We are so thrilled and thankful to all of our wonderful couples who have allowed us to be named one of Austin’s best outdoor wedding venues!
My heart breaks for each of our couples that planned for at times more than a year; counting down the days to celebrate with friends and family then watch their special day pass without the fanfare they hoped.