Willowdale estate weddings
Willowdale Estate Weddings
Love historic homes and estates? Us too! The Willowdale Estate has quite a history! Built in 1901, it was designed to entertain important guests such as President Taft and the Prince of Wales. It went through a number of ownership changes later on but was restored in 1944. Architect Gerald Fandetti and his wife Charlotte Forsythe undertook the task of restoring it while retaining its historical accuracy. In 2007, their daughter reopened the estate as an event venue! We love her and her principles a lot: dedication, passion, and spirit.
Whether you want a summery tent wedding on the lawn or a snowy mansion wedding, you cannot go wrong at The Willowdale Estate! One of our favorite weddings is listed below. The bride and groom danced in the snow and said, “I do,” tucked away in the warm manor. With exposed beams, detailed woodwork, and plenty of fireplaces, it’s a top winter venue. Designed to feel homey and comfortable, we feel that every wedding here is intimate and heartfelt.
We live for unique wedding photos and snow is just that! Perfect for glamourous portraits, we are SO ready to celebrate your wedding day at the Willowdale Estate!
Willowdale Estate Wedding – L+E
Now that it is steaming hot outside, I like to look back at our winter weddings. And one of my absolute favorites is the Willowdale Estate wedding of L+E. These two are such a treat to be around. We actually met L and formed a friendship when she was an intern with SD...
Willowdale Estate Wedding- Kristin + Tim Part 2
Looking back to this wedding from last winter, I am reminded of what really matters at a wedding. Their day was aesthetically beautiful to be sure, but what really makes my heart sing is the two of them amidst their guests. These two couldn't be more exuberant. Their...
Willowdale Weddings: Kristin + Tim
We first met Kristin at one of our favorite weddings, that of Andrea and Eric. She was one of the bridesmaids who sang her toast to Andrea during dinner. It was amazing!!! So when it came time for her to tie the knot, we already knew we were in for really good times....