If a picture is worth a thousand words, then seven pics is worth seven thousands of words, and I will keep this brief. I was so touched by Eva Sealey’s invitation to attend the grand opening celebration of her South Tyler wedding venue and bed and breakfast. I drive by nearly everyday and have often admired the beauty of her property from my car, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to come inside the gate and see all that Centaur Arabian Farms has to offer.
Being the five year old that I am, I was of course immediately drawn to the Clydesdale horse that was giving carriage rides near the entrance. I tried to line jump all the other people (children) in line, but my husband wouldn’t let me and instead we made our way to the barn to mingle with the grown-ups. The word barn doesn’t really do this place justice, but that is what it is. It was a horsebarn that has now been converted to a reception hall, complete with a food serving area. The food, provided by Chez Bazan, was presented beautifully and tasted great. Tables were set in a way fitting of a wedding reception, and beautiful floral arrangements were on each table. Every inch was tastefully decorated and made me wish I could have another wedding. The Sugared Rim bartending service was there serving wine and cocktails to attendants.
Brides have lots of options at Centaur Arabian Farms. Everyway you look there is another picturesque setting for a ceremony or reception, both indoors or out. The grounds are beautifully landscaped, and the bed and breakfast is cozy and homey. Though I wish Bill and Eva Sealey a world of luck with their project, somehow I doubt they will need it. This is a fabulous place backed by even more fabulous people, and I can’t wait to come back soon.