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hey there, I'm BRITTNEY!

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As the Owner & Chief Celebrations Officer at Warrenwood Manor, I'm here to tell love stories, drop wedding planning tips & share my journey as an entrepreneur and historic preservationist.

Wedding Inspiration

Wedding Planning

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Hosting a Rehearsal Dinner

The Perfect Guest List

Destination Weddings at Warrenwood

hey there, I'm BRITTNEY!

Categories

As the Owner & Chief Celebrations Officer at Warrenwood Manor, I'm here to tell love stories, drop wedding planning tips & share my journey as an entrepreneur and historic preservationist.

Wedding Inspiration

Wedding Planning

HAPPENINGS

Popular Posts

Hosting a Rehearsal Dinner

The Perfect Guest List

Destination Weddings at Warrenwood

Ahhhhh! It is time to tour your potential wedding venue.  Get excited!  Since your engagement you’ve taken our advice from our posts,  8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start Venue Shopping &  10 Details to Know About A Wedding Venue Before You Schedule A Tour, to narrow your choices down to three amazing venues.  You’ve […]

Are you ready to start shopping for your wedding venue?  Awesome!  You may be tempted to log into The Knot and just start scheduling tours with every venue that has pretty profile pictures.  But, that would be a mistake, a BIG mistake. I encourage you to take the time upfront to narrow your venue search […]

He popped the question and you said “HECK YES!”  Now, you’re being bombarded with so, so many questions.  When is the wedding?  Have you picked a wedding venue? Do you have a dress yet?  Who is going to be your florist?  All the questions y’all! When this happens take a deep breath and with confidence […]

If you’ve started wedding planning you have no doubt ask yourself the question, “Why are wedding venues so expensive?” As the owner and operator of the wedding venue, I can tell you exactly where your money goes. I’ll admit, the answer is a bit boring, but the importance of this behind-the-scenes information cannot be understated. […]