The White Rose at Waterloo Farms is family owned and operated. James Arthur Stuart and his wife, Mary settled on the banks of Black Creek in 1827. Lamar County was established in 1904 and soon boasted 22 post offices. The Stuart homestead was selected in 1905 as the site for Waterloo Post Office. Robert Stuart served as the first and only Post Master. The post office closed at the end of 1914, thus the name "Waterloo Farms." With its long standing tradition of home and family, the owners decided to transform the natural scenery of this home into an event venue.
The family brings years of experience to the table when meeting with you to discuss your vision for any special occasion.
They understand how important it is to preserve the memories of your monumental day and that's why they strive to create beauty that will last for a lifetime for the most perfect wedding venue in the area.
Priding themselves on the quality of design and satisfaction of customers is most important to them. Whatever your dream is, The White Rose At Waterloo Farms can't wait to help you achieve it.