Grape Arbor Ceremony, Wedding

Brenda & Andrew

couple standing before the jp with bridesmaids

Brenda came to us through one of our preferred caterers; Chris Angione of Carriage House Events and Catering. She had met Chris through one of his previous clients and he suggested Tarrywile Mansion as the perfect place for her and Andrew’s wedding ceremony and reception. Chris brought them on the initial tour of the facility and she loved it. The next step was to bring Andrew for the “official” mansion tour with me, they loved it so much they booked that same day. Needless to say I was overjoyed!

bride sitting while make up is applied

After the initial consultation Chris Angione from Carriage House took over helping Brenda plan her much anticipated wedding day. He pulled his “team” of vendors together and worked hard to make the planning process as possible. They brought in  Erica Keane of Keane Eye Photography, one of our preferred vendors, who captured Brenda and Andrew’s special day with imaginative creativity.

wedding party looking down from veranda
couple kissing while bridal party looks on
couple looking in each others eyes while dancing

The wedding party and their guests had a wonderful time dancing to the music provided by James Daniel of James Daniel Entertainment, another of our preferred vendors. Starting with their first dance as man and wife the dancing soon took on a life of its own with everyone getting in on the fun. As you can see our grand foyer is the perfect spot for celebrating in style.

couple sitting on stairs while family member gives toast

Cutting the cake time commenced with a beautiful cake topper by The Monet Baking Company, being rolled out into the foyer was the perfect size for the bride and groom to cut and keep for their 1st wedding anniversary. The rest of the guests were treated to a confection of brightly colored cupcakes to enjoy with their coffee. Their brightly colored tableware and linens were provided by  another preferred vendor; All Season Party Rentals.

couple holding the knofe to cut the cake