I am getting married at Wild Air Farms this Saturday. You can’t beat the cost ($1000 for the day plus a mandatory $250 security deposit) and the scenery is gorgeous. We had to rent a tent, tables, chairs, etc. but the farm doesn’t have your typical list of preferred vendors so we could rent from anywhere. They also don’t have a list of preferred caterers or bartenders (we bought our own alcohol and a friend is serving it, and a family friend is making our cake – she doesn’t have a license and many venues require your cake to be from a licensed bakery). You definitely have more freedom in terms of food & vendors. The event coordinator was very flexible with allowing us and our families to come out to the farm whenever we wanted to look at things, meet with vendors, etc. She also drove us around the property to take engagement pictures. However, she was not as timely as I would have liked when responding to my emails. It took days, if not a week, for her to respond. Also, when we first toured the farm and expressed our interest, she told us she would email us in the next few days with a list of rental companies, prices, etc. We were excited, thinking maybe we wouldn’t have to do as much work ourselves, but a week later she still had not emailed us, at which I had to email HER to ask about it. We ended just doing all the work ourselves in the end. Another thing I was disappointed in was in our contract we signed, it says we can have candles under the tent if the flame is under a certain length to the top, but later she said no candles allowed period, only LED flameless candles (apparently it’s the law in Zionsville). The LED candles aren’t as flattering and pretty, in my opinion, but in the end it wasn’t worth the risk of getting in trouble for using real candles. Another note is that there are NO bathrooms available, so you have to rent port-o-pots ($200 for 2). In summary, if you don’t mind a lot of DIY work and managing many different outside vendors (rentals, catering, alcohol, portable bathrooms, etc.) AND if you’re on a budget, Wild Air Farms is a great option. If you prefer an all-inclusive venue and someone else to take care of smaller details, go with somewhere else like Traders Point Creamery or the Palamino Ballroom.