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Fall events at Lee Fendall are always beautiful. Check out some photos from last fall on the Diamond Events blog!
Here at Lee Fendall House Events we are always looking forward to warm weather. These are a few lovely photos to tide us over until spring.
Image courtesy of Kate Blank.
Just a few more months until our garden blooms again!
We have been lucky to host some truly lovely weddings this fall. Here are just a few photos:
This was one of the most personal wedding ceremonies we’ve seen- the brother of the bride and the sister of the groom performed the ceremony!
These professional photos will be wonderful. Bright colors always look great at Lee Fendall.
Good caterers can make an event extraordinary. No matter is it is a plated meal, buffet, or stations, guests remember great food!
Below are pictures of an event catered by our friends at Main Event.
Photos by Vita Images.
Lee Fendall staff are happy to help site renters narrow down their search for the perfect caterer. We have suggestions for any type of event!
Spring wedding season is in full swing at the Lee Fendall House. There have been many, many wonderful ideas so far!
This lounge furniture was perfect for an afternoon cocktail hour that also featured lawn games.
These tissue paper decorations in the tent tied in the color scheme and were a snap to hang.
There are more great photos to come!
Caterers, florists, musicians, event planners, photographers, and the Lee-Fendall staff work together to make each event a success.
A good caterer will transform the Lee-Fendall house and garden in two hours and be completely prepared as your first guests arrive.
Beautiful food from Jose Andres with Ridgewells Catering on it’s way out of the Lee-Fendall kitchen.
Caterers use screens to disguise their prep area in the garden. Setting up outside gives them fast access to the tent.
A full bar set up, awaiting the arrival of the first guests.
A day-of event coordinator can help set up personal touches, such as this non-traditional guestbook table tucked under the main stairway in the house.
Our director’s office doubles as our bride’s room. It has a large full-length mirror and windows with a wonderful view of the garden.
All of these spaces in the house and garden are uniquely suited to helping events run smoothly.
Fall was a busy wedding season for us, and each wedding was different in so many ways. Our last wedding of the season was one of the smallest and was filled with personal details.
The bride and her mother, pictured here at the Lee Fendall back door, did the flowers for the wedding. They had collected a wide variety of glass containers that came together beautifully on the long tables.
The chuppah was made from the groom’s grandmother’s quilt- another beautiful, personal detail at this wedding.
Congratulations Rachel and Whitt!
Many thanks to Dana Rene Photography for sharing these images.