Dear 2021, you were a year of quiet growth and grind here at Warrenwood. You had your ups and downs, that’s for sure, but we couldn’t be more grateful to have conquered another year in this crazy industry, in this insane world. We have so much to celebrate as the year comes to an end.
We are truly lucky to have hosted the wedding of forty-four couples here in 2021. That’s more than we have ever done. Forty-four couples said “YES” to forever together. Forty-four families were made. And those forty-four families chose to celebrate with their over 5,000 guests at Warrenwood. That is something we are so very proud of and thankful for.
Thankful may not even be a strong enough word for what we feel toward the clients, vendors and friends that support our business. Everytime someone books an event here, tags us in a photo, writes a review, shares a post or mentions us in a conversation, they are helping us grow and succeed. They are helping us preserve and share an irreplaceable piece of history. If you’re reading this then you are one of these supporters and we want to say a big THANK YOU to you!
We are able to constantly upgrade our offerings and care for this property thanks to you. When you host a wedding here you are paying for our services and to use the property, but you’re also helping us pay the mortgage, utilities, salaries, taxes, insurance, maintenance and property improvements. To prove that your support really matters, here are all the ways we were able to improve the property this year as a result of our 2021 event bookings.
Paint | The exterior of the barn and all our fences got a fresh coat of paint. One of the restrooms in the house was also repainted.
Lighting | We added string lights with cute barrel planters in front of the barn.
Furniture | We bought an outdoor sectional for an upstairs porch and added a new dining table to the bridal suite.
Appliances | The catering area in the barn now has two fridge/freezers and a microwave. A new toilet was also put in the groom’s quarters bathroom.
Safety | Security cameras, a keypad lock and several new security sensors were added. A precarious windmill and hazardous tree limbs were removed. An edge and new gravel was laid in front of the barn to define the space.
Behind the Scenes | We purchased new carts to move ceremony chairs and trash cans with wheels to make cleanup easier.
So we aren’t exaggerating when we say we couldn’t do what we do without amazing clients, vendors and friends.
Cheers to kissing 2021 goodbye and welcoming 2022 to the party!