I was simply impressed by everything. Rev. Pam made everything stress free and our day was simply beautiful. We got married at Pine Manor in September 2015 and I could not have asked for a more beautiful ceremony and the setting was perfect for us and the pretty garden made it feel really romantic. Continue reading I was simply impressed by everything.
Congratulations to Cherie Jacobs & Matthew Beekman. This couple exchangd their rings to forever be bound in marriage on May 24th 2016 at Pine Manor by Rev Pam at 4 o’clock pm. This sweet couple had an elopement package with no guest. Continue reading Cherie Jacobs & Matthew Beekman Married May 24th 2016
Congratulations to Melissa Lewis & Lester Duncan. Who were married at Pine Manor by Rev Pam on May 21, 2016 at noon. The two eloped with no guests present at the time. Their package however included a personalized ceremony and oath of marriage as well as a ceremony keepsake and a certificate of commitment. Continue reading Melissa Lewis and Lester Duncan Married May 21, 2016
We wanted a small and private ceremony so we traveled to Chicago to get married. We were utterly satisfied with our choice with Pine Manor. The whole experience exceeded our expectations and we were so glad that we chose chicago and Rev Pam
Our wedding was fabulous! Her flowers and cake were beautiful matching perfectly. Continue reading Our wedding was fabulous! (flourless cake)
Courthouse alternative package with Rev Pams addon photo session. This couple were married with their closest friends and family. Continue reading Mr & Mrs Jenna and Javier Radillo Congratulations
Congratulations to Nichole Ochab and Doracely Chavez who were married on May 14th 2016 at the historic home of Pine Manor at 2 o’clock pm. The couple opted for the best value wedding package which included everything the couple could possible need. Having almost 30 guests at the wedding,it was a gorgeous ceremony. Continue reading Congrats to Nichole Ochab Doracely Chavez
The French believed the blood vein on the left hand ring finger was the only vein directly to the heart that’s why we wear the wedding ring on our left hand.