Old West Wedding
Step back in time to the Old West and enjoy the historic scenic village of Old Pioneertown….Enjoy Rustic California at its best and explore the endless photographic possibilities that Pioneertown has to offer, making this charming desert town the perfect picturesque wedding venue. The Vow Keeper has hitched countless couples in Pioneertown, California.
Sakes Alive !!! If any of you Bronco Busters or Buckaroos have hit your bonanza, put on your best bibb and tucker and saddle up your horse or hitch up your best wedding buggy and ride across the Mojave Desert. Go fetch your strapping lass or meet your mail order bride on the next stagecoach comin' into town….. Roundup a slew of your friends, and get Cookie to rustle up some grub….
So what are you waitin' for ? Go get hitched in Old Pioneertown…
Be sure to give the preacher a holler to hold your weddin' date.
The Vow Keeper will make an honest couple out of you, so you can start buildin' your homestead together as a married couple. The Vow Keeper hitches couples seven days a week, so give the preacher a holler…
The Spirit Of The
Old West Lives On In
The Vow Keeper makes memories of a day you will forever cherish. It would be an honor to officiate and plan your wedding and a privilege to provide you with
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History Of Old Pioneertown
The town started as a live-in Old West motion picture set, built in the 1940s. The movie set was designed to provide a place for the actors to live, and at the same time to have their homes used as part of the movie set. A number of Westerns and early television shows were filmed in Pioneertown, including The Cisco Kid and Edgar Buchanan'sJudge Roy Bean.
Roy Rogers, Dick Curtis, and Russell Hayden were among the original developers and investors, andGene Autry frequently taped his show at the six-lane Pioneer Bowl bowling alley. Its construction was credited to A. E. Thompson in 1947 and Rogers himself rolled out the first ball in 1949. School-age children were hired as pinsetters until the installation of automatic pinsetting equipment in the 1950s. According to the Morongo Basin Historical Society, the bowling alley is one of the oldest in continuous use in California. To retain the old-west flavor and spirit of Pioneertown, the re-enactment groups Gunfighter's For Hire andMane Street Stampede perform a variety of shoot-em-up skits on Mane Street every Saturday and Sunday. All shows are free and family-friendly. Wikipedia
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