I absolutely love StoneBridge Events Weddings. There are so many classic elements to to create a timeless affair. Located just 133 miles west of Washington, DC near Cumberland Maryland, this estate offers accommodations for up to 300 guests. It is the perfect elegant countryside venue for any wedding.
On site, the manor offers sleeping arrangements for up to 14 people. The main floor of the manor makes for the perfect bridal suite for you and your girls and downstairs is the perfect space for the guys to get ready in. I LOVE the natural light in this place. It makes for the best getting ready images. The details of the manor are just so beautiful!
The Ceremony Site
Overlooking the rolling hills and large pond is the lawn for a stunning ceremony. It is the perfect backdrop to say “I do”. The classic columns under the pergola make for a beautiful blank slate to add your personal touches to. One of my favorite ceremony sites ever!
A Variety of Portrait Locations
The amazing thing about StoneBridge Events Weddings are that you have a ton of variety for your portraits without having to drive anywhere. The Manor house is a stunning backdrop. The bridge overlooking the quaint brook and large pond with the willow tree are equally as beautiful. And let’s not forget the boat! These are some of my favorite portraits ever! Ash and Jake did not regret getting in the boat for the epic portraits.
The Reception Tent
An equally stunning celebration tent is the perfect place to party all night long with your guests. Complete with a dance floor, white draped ceiling and beautiful chandeliers, this place is so classy. I love the white tents for receptions! It makes such a difference in your photos! The natural light comes through the tent perfectly to allow even bright light on your faces as you dance the night away. Top your evening off with an epic exit just outside of the reception tent.
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