Bucks County’s Aldie Mansion Was Named One of 25 Most Stunning Wedding Venues From Around the Globe
This past fall, a few Philly venues got called out on a national list of venues for their fabulousness, and this week, we’ve heard of another: Doylestown’s Aldie Mansion was recently named among the 25 most stunning wedding venues from around the world on a list compiled by WedPics, one of the top photo and video sharing apps for weddings.
The Bucks County venue—it was originally built in 1927 as a private residence—sits on more than 10 acres of lush, landscaped grounds that create quite the romantic setting for a celebration, and as for the details:
- The new 2,400-square-foot atrium accommodates 220 guests (with room for dancing) and has access to the mansion’s terraces, fountains and gorgeous lawns.
- Smaller groups are welcome to use the mansion’s oak-paneled Library, Boardroom and Great Hall, which are ideal for more intimate parties.
- All of the food fare for Aldie’s weddings is handled by the folks at Jeffrey Miller Catering.
For more, though, go here. You know, we have to agree with WedPics. It sure is pretty.
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