We recently had the opportunity to tour the lovely new venue, Loch Aerie Mansion and let us tell you
IT IS STUNNING!
As your turn the corner to go up the driveway you are greeted by the light grey colored mansion that looks like something out of a fairytale storybook. A picture perfect setting for for any couple to say their vows and that’s just on the outside.
Take a look below as we introduce you to the newest Philadelphia area venue with photography by our friend Jess Palatucci who so kindly joined us on our tour!
If you’re not familiar with the Chester County mansion, it is currently owned by Dana and Steven Poirier who are the ones responsible for bringing life back into this mansion it is today. As we began our tour you can see all the love and hard work that was put into restoring this 1865 former home of William E. Lockwood.
While it’s hard to pick a favorite room inside the mansion, the ballroom/reception area is probably our most favorite. One of the things we instantly picked up on was how quiet and serene it was. Even with all the hustle and bustle of everyday life right outside, you enter the room and it all fades away. A white canvas ready to be decorated with your style and decor.
Th venue is working with premier caterer, John Serock.
For brides wondering where to get ready for the big day, there are two hotels right across the street for the grooms and guests but there is also a bridal suite right on site to get ready in.
The venue rental is for 5.5 hours with rates starting at $7,000 for a Saturday wedding in 2021 and $8,000 for 2022.
It’s a BYOB with two bartenders included
Catering starts at $96 per person with tax.
Accommodations are literally right across the street with Sheraton Great Valley Hotel
Vintage Betty Rentals is available to provide decor /rentals for events