Large Open-Air Structure for Outdoor Weddings
Our timber frame designers have provided an elegant design here for your purchase. This wedding pavilion plan has a post plan dimension of 24 feet x 42 feet. This provides enough room for 100 guests seated in individual chairs with room at the end for the wedding party. Our slab dimensions that we have chosen are larger at 26′ x 44′ creating just shy of 1200 sq/ft under the roof.
This design is one of a kind and developed by true timber frame designers and craftspeople. We have included some embellishments with carved wood pendants. An argyle-like type wood pattern out of oak that runs down each eave. This intricacy in details provides the right romantic environment and an attention to detail that creates a memorable space. This architecture is well suited for special occasions.
Queen Post Truss with Timeless Materials
Our timber frame plan provides just the right balance of timber and iron. Along with a brick or other stone paver floor we anticipate this will be just the right pavilion for your event needs. The Queen Post trusses iron tie rods provide structural strength and the circular ornament at the center is naturally symbolic of gatherings, ceremonies, and especially weddings.
Mortise and tenon joinery holds this pavilion frame together. Hardwood oak pegs secure the framing. The pegs could be left proud and provide more interesting small details for the guests to admire. Leaving the pegs long provides spots for hanging decorations, plants, or temporary lighting.
Easily Adaptable Event Space
Given the clear span of the width of this structure it really allows for ceremonial seating, banquet tables, a dance floor, or any other gathering uses you can imagine. We are familiar with designing and building public event timber pavilions and know what it takes to create a pavilion that serves many uses.
This wedding pavilion plan accommodates other gathering type events.? This vaulted heavy wooden pavilion will be sure to create a lasting impression.
- Wedding Pavilion
- Farmers Market Building
- Beer Garden Structure
Designed and Built to Last
Built correctly and according to plan we expect this pavilion to last 75 to 100 years. Apply a quality oil to the posts every couple of years to protect them from UV rays.
30 Day Guarantee and Conditions
Joint and Peg is committed to satisfying our customers with a quality product and service. We will provide refunds under the following conditions:
- Full refunds on downloaded plans within 30 days of purchase. Just write us an email or give us a call and we will issue your refund.
- Full refunds on shipped plans within 30 days of purchase minus a $10 processing fee + the shipping and handling fee.
- We request that you fill out a brief questionnaire to better understand your dissatisfaction and/or reason for the return. This is optional for you, but we would appreciate your reasons for the refund request.
- Engineered Construction Plans sales are final.
After 30 days, all plan sales are final. Please be sure that you have chosen the best plan to suit your needs and have received answers to your questions before making the purchase.
You can call us so we can assist with basic questions, and we are here Monday-Friday, 9-5EST to speak with you.
You can also email us at [email protected]
Important Information Regarding Purchased Stock Plans
Every state, county or municipality will have its own building and code requirements as environments differ from one region to the next. It is possible that your plan may need to be modified to comply with these local requirements and conditions. This is particularly true in coastal areas and those facing seismic events, extreme winds, and heavy snow.
If you are building in any of these areas and depending on the size and purpose of the structure, it is likely that a licensed structural engineer will be needed to provide the necessary calculations and stamp.
All pre-drawn plans from Joint and Peg do not carry a stamp from a licensed architect or a licensed engineer. Please understand that we will not be held responsible for the performance and suitability of this design plan as we don’t know the criteria with where you plan to build, nor the material to be used, nor any additional structure to be implemented in the construction.
If this is a requirement from your local building department, or it proves to be the prudent thing to do, Joint and Peg can provide you state sealed engineered drawings for an additional fee. When it comes to the time to build, we highly recommend that you enlist our engineering service. Otherwise, the onus of this structure’s performance is solely with others, not Joint and Peg.
Single Use Terms
We authorize the use of our plans for one single project; conditioned on your obligation and agreement to comply with all local building codes, ordinances, regulations, and requirements, including permits and inspections at the time of and during construction. Multiplied use of our plans is prohibited. Thank you.
Plan Set Options
Concept – Suited for Homeowner and Builder - $
The concept plan provides an excellent instrument for gaining preliminary approval with HOA’s, neighborhood boards, and permit offices. The concept package allows not only for approval processes but also provides enough information for you to gather bids from builders or price out the work yourself. A full-page rendering is included to drum up support. You will need an architectural scale for these plans to gain measurements. Material lists and diagrams are provided along with the rendering and scaled drawings. The material lists include at a minimum:
Wood List and Diagram – A preliminary tally of rough timber lengths, sizes, and lengths. Summed totals to allow for pricing.
Masonry List and Diagram – A preliminary volume take off for concrete needed as drawn for typical soil conditions.
Area Take off and Diagrams – Surface areas and perimeters for roofing, flooring, siding, needs.
The Concept Plan is not intended to be a construction set, but rather an important asset and medium in judging the feasibility of a project before larger expenses are incurred.
Frame Plan – Suited for DIY and Builders - $$
When you need a little more than the Concept Plan. The Frame plan is a standard set in that it provides all the architectural views, sections, call outs, notes, dimensions, etc. The joinery details are not addressed in case you have your own intention with how you would like to do the work. However, a purchase of the frame plan provides you with access to our full joint detail library where you will find most types of connections and detailing.
This may or may not have a wait period for receipt of the plans.
Plan with Joinery Details – Suited for Pros and Builders - $$$
This is our frame plans with shop drawing details of mortise and tenon connections.
This may or may not have a wait period for receipt of the plans.
Can I submit this plan to a builder?
Yes! There is everything in our plan to receive pricing from builders to construct this plan. Further, they will be happy to have most of the takeoff completed and listed as part of the plans you receive.
Can I use this for approval?
Yes. We supply drawings that allow you to submit to your review board to determine whether they will allow it. Every permit office is different with what they require, but at least you will start off on the right step by using these plans.
Can I build this timber frame myself?
That depends upon your carpentry skill level and tool kit. If you are interested in our shop drawings with mortise and tenon joinery you will need to at least have some good woodworking skills and/or mechanical abilities. If you have those and these plans at your side, you are prepared to accomplish the project! Its up to you at that point to get started!
What if I don’t have the tools for mortise and tenon joinery?
In that case we recommend the more affordable core plan option. The core plan is everything except the details of the timber frame joinery. You choose what hardware you would want to use. Have a look, some of the options include a “post and beam” plan offering.
Is this plan engineered?
No, this plan is not engineered. Engineering requires knowing where the construction takes place and whether it is in snow country, windy areas, or seismic zones. When you plan to build, we recommend contacting us and we can provide the service to you for a competitive fee.
That’s great but can Joint and Peg build it for me?
If we have the option for a kit listed above then Yes! Please check the description to see if we offer it in your state. We can also arrange raising the frame for you. You will need to contact us to get a quote for the whole package.
Base Frame Plan
Download File 1
Base Frame Plan: Ledger Size Sheets (11” x 17”) – Qty 14
- Plan Views
- Call Outs
- Parts Numbers
- Material Diagrams
Download File 2
Material Lists: Letter Size Sheets (8 ½” x 11”) – Qty: 4
- Wood List
- Concrete List
- Square Foot Areas
Plan with Joinery Details
Download File 3
Joinery Detailing: Letter Size Sheets (8 1/2 x 11”) – Qty: 6
- Mortise and Tenon Joinery Details
- Iron Rod Details
Typical Timber Sizes
- 4x6 Timbers
- 6x8 Timbers
- 8x10 Timbers
- 8x8 Timbers
- 8x10 Timbers