Photos by Mindy Ward
ROCK LEGEND: Built in the early 1920s, this rock garden is part of a working farm outside of St. Louis. Edward L. Kuhs used European design to create this masterpiece within the bluffs along the Missouri River.
TOUCH OF AG: Kuhs Estate and Farm offers wedding guests a taste of the country right outside of the city. It still is a working farm with chickens, horses and hayfields.
LOOK BELOW: This rock bridge is one that even had me peering for trolls underneath. It was beautifully crafted and brought me back to childhood fairy tales.
SIT A SPELL: For visitors who cannot maneuver the rock stairs down into the garden at Kuhs farm, there is a bench seat to just sit and enjoy the view.
DINING OUT: Wedding guests can enjoy the country atmosphere while dining in a tent located on the farm. In the past, Kuhs farm served as a farm-to-table location for agriculture meeting events.
WORKING FARM: The farmhouse and barn are a testament to the legacy of Edward L. Kuhs. Today, his great-granddaughter manages the estate.