A Breeze and Formal Gardens Welcomes Guests at Pine Knob Mansion Wedding

IMG_2331Outdoor weddings always provide the challenge of unexpected weather.  Courtney and John had a humid July day for their outdoor ceremony  at The Mansion.  Originally a 19 room English Manor, The Mansion was built by Colonel Waldon in 1927. It sits on the highest natural point in Southeastern Michigan and is surrounded by exquisite manicured gardens. Due to it’s elevation, there is always a refreshing breeze to be found and shady seating available on the patio. The couple requested the romantic music of “Always”, “What a Wonderful World”, “The Ludlows” and “Here Comes the Sun” for there ceremony.  Samantha Hardenburgh acted as both bridesmaid and officiant!  She did an awesome job sharing personal anecdotes of the couple and their relationship.  Elise Brzozowksi from Frosted Pink Events had the day beautifully orchestrated.  Parsonage Events of Clarkston did the flowers while Jim Salter of JRS Mobile Sound and cousin to the couple, provided the DJ services for the reception. Following the ceremony, the guests enjoyed a cocktail hour followed by dinner in the Great Hall which features arched ceilings and stained glass windows.  If  you are looking for a unique and elegant setting for your wedding, The Mansion is worth a serious look.

The Mansion at Pine Knob

Frosted Pink Events

JRS Mobile Sound

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