When you try something new you just never know exactly how things are going to turn out. So on April 8th, we had no idea what to expect when we hosted our very first open house. Would people come? Would vendors be interested? Would we get support from the Danville community? Luckily, the answer to all these questions was yes! We had over 200 guests tour the Warrenwood Manor grounds during the event and we couldn’t be more thankful to everyone! The weather was absolutely perfect and we couldn’t have ask for more support, love and encouragement from everyone who attended!
- Couples who are already booked at Warrenwood used the open house as an opportunity to meet wedding professionals and discuss the floor plan and logistics for their event.
- Couples interested in having their wedding at Warrenwood toured the property and got more information about what Warrenwood has to offer.
- Wedding professionals were able to see what’s new at Warrenwood and mingle with potential clients.
- The general public was delighted to see what has become of this treasured local landmark. It was amazing to hear stories of how different people in the community have a connection to the history of Warrenwood and it’s former owners.
We couldn’t have done this event without our event sponsors. We all worked together to make Warrenwood look amazing and provide an experience that every guest could find something of interest.
Stems LLC provided 16 beautiful floral arrangements to dress up the venue. The large urn arrangement she did for the entry hall was just stunning.
Bryant’s Rent-All showcased four different table settings of varying styles and color palettes along with several linen and furniture rental options.
Chaplin River Catering, Dupree Catering + Events and Southern Plate Catering gave guests a sampling of what they do best. There was a fruit tray, veggie tray, cheese platter, finger sandwiches and mini hot browns just to name a few of the options.
Sweets by Cindy brought a tasty three-tier ivory naked cake along with mini cupcakes of three flavors. My favorite mini cupcake was Death by Chocolate, but the Butterscotch Bacon flavor was a hit too.
Keith & Melissa Photography were on-site during the event to capture all the details of the event. We have them to thank for all of these beautiful pictures! If you haven’t liked their page on Facebook or followed them on Instagram get on over there and do it!
If you weren’t able to make it to our event, here are some photos to give you a taste for what the day was like. Enjoy!
Source: Warrenwood Manor