Cindy and I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Roy and Michica at Keystone Heritage Park in El Paso, TX. Keystone Heritage Park is a 52 acre park in El Paso's Upper Valley which is an archeological site of a large village dating over 4000 years old. Keystone is also a protected wetlands and a botanical garden. Over 206 species of birds have been spotted at Keystone of which 22 species have been considered rare.
This beautiful park is the perfect setting for intimate weddings and the staff is most helpful with planning and organization. Not only is Keystone a great setting for a wedding ceremony, but it is also large enough to handle a full reception to include catering, dancing and lounging. The amenities are clean and updated and there are plenty of places to celebrate and explore. There is also a large gazebo which can house catering and still enough room to dance into the night.
Along with being a beautiful place to get married, Keystone has numerous opportunities for fantastic photos. There is lush vegetation everywhere and many walking paths which lead to several wonderful places for the perfect photo op. Seating is plentiful along all of the walking paths and a quick stop at the koi pond will provide a romantic setting for even more pictures.
If you are looking for the perfect setting for your wedding at a budget, go visit this majestic place. You can contact Keystone Heritage Park to secure your wedding day here.