Frequently Asked Questions
A $1,000 down payment plus your security fee is required to book your wedding date. The balance must be paid in monthly payments.
A $500 security fee is required to book your wedding date. Your security fee covers any subsequent damages, wear and tear of facilities, replenishments of cleaning items, toiletry items, and cleaning fees. If damages exceed your security fee, the credit card listed on file will be charged.
All payments and fees are non-refundable under all circumstances.
Clients are required to use the Plantation Oaks Farms certified bartender and security officer if intoxicating beverages are present. They must supply all alcohol and provide it to the venue no less than 3 hours prior to the event. The bartender will administer drinks to legal aged adults until all intoxicating beverages are finished or time allowance has expired. The bartender reserves the right to limit intoxicating beverages given to each guest. One bartender is required per 125 guests. Bartender will serve alcoholic drinks at the commencement of the ceremony. Bartenders will be present from 1 1/2 hours prior to your ceremony until the conclusion of your wedding or event. Each Bartender fee is $300.00.
HARD LIQUOR IS ONLY ALLOWED ON PREMISES IF RENTERS PAY THE FEE FOR A NASSAU COUNTY OFF-DUTY OFFICER FOR ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE EVENT UNTIL ONE HOUR AFTER THE EVENT ENDS. The hiring of the officer will be the responsibility of the renter to pay the officer’s fee as is required in Nassau County. The officer fee must be paid to the Plantation Oaks Farms representative no later than the final meeting three weeks prior to your wedding or event. Failure to have the Nassau County off duty officer present will result in alcohol NOT being allowed on premises and will result in additional fines up to $1,000. Officer fee: $300.00
All fees paid are non-refundable should you cancel your event for any reason. If an event has to be canceled due to an act of God (hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, sink holes, etc) or other unforeseeable event such as war, or a terrorist attack, the event will be rescheduled to another available date of the client's choosing at no additional charge. If the event has to be rescheduled for another date due to death, military duties, sickness, family situations, or any other reason, client is required to sign a new contract for the new date chosen and is required to put an additional $1,500 toward the new contract.
The original retainer fee and security fee received for the original contract are forfeited as liquid damages to the venue for the original date being held for the client. All other payments may be applied towards the new date requested.