Rustic Charm at Chukkar FarmChukkar Farm weddings are different than any other wedding you’ve probably ever been to. We are a working polo farm – that means our barns, barn yards, and pastures actually have horses in them and are used by horses and riders every day. With this in mind – and a few other items – you should know that not only is this an extremely unique wedding venue for brides, but it’s extremely unique for their guests.

To make your evening at the farm as enjoyable as possible, we’ve put together a few suggestions for you from tips and ideas from our recent wedding guests.

1.Leave Your Stilettos at Home

We know – they are beautiful and you rarely have an occasion to wear them. But we promise, this isn’t the occasion.  You’ll be walking up a gravel road to enter the wedding area and may even be walking across grass fields for your bride’s reception or ceremony. Grass and high heels just don’t mix well.

2. Dress for the Weather

We do our best to help brides prepare for any weather that may arise during their ceremony but unfortunately, there are no guarantees. Make sure that you’re dressed for the weather as it will play a large role in the wedding day.

3. Park in the Polo Arena

When you approach Chukkar Farm you will initially see the entrance to our main barn on your left. Please keep driving another 1/4 mile to our lower entrance where we will guide you to our parking area in the polo arena.

4. Relax and Have Fun!

Chukkar Farm has hosted many a black tie affair (and we love them) but most of the time, weddings at our Alpharetta, GA facility are friend and family oriented and geared towards making your comfortable and helping you enjoy the evening. So please, let your hair down and enjoy! The bride and groom will love to see you having a great time at the party they planned – for you!


Polo matches and practices are NOW OPEN to spectators.

Please note, we are working with the county to acquire a permit for weddings and concerts. Until our permit is issued we will not be able to host any weddings or concerts.

Thanks for your understanding. We will update here when we are open for weddings and concerts again.

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