Best Wedding/Party Venue: The Pines

Location: Davenport, ND

Best of: Wedding / Party Venue
The Pines has been named Best Wedding/Party Venue in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What's your reaction to winning?

"This year marks the fourth consecutive win for the Pines, and our first with our new venue, Pines Black,” Director of Events Lisa Vedder said. “It's also extra special because it's the first win for our new team members. This wedding season has been a lot of hard work and long hours, so we are excited to celebrate this win as a team and look forward to next year.”

With so many other wedding/party venues, what makes The Pines so special?

“The Pines’ mission is to help build experiences that last a lifetime, and one way that we strive to accomplish this is by providing unparalleled customer care,” Vedder said. “What makes The Pines so special is that we have built an amazing team that truly loves learning about our couples, their vision for their big day, and the ins and outs of what they dream about while providing guidance and ideas to spark inspiration.”

  • Second Place: Lone Oak Farm Event Venue
  • Third place: Rustic Oaks
  • Fourth place: Romantic Moon Events Center
  • Fifth place: POW/MIA Plaza

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