Amy & Edmund’s Wedding at Conewago Manor Inn

Today I had the honor of being a part of Amy and Edmund’s beautiful wedding at one of my favorite venues, the Conewago Manor Inn in Elizabethtown. The wedding and reception both took place inside the beautiful manor. The entire look was so romantic, elegant and just beautiful.

The cupcake tower included various white sugar flowers on each cupcake and a large sugar peony was placed on the cake topper. Fresh ranuculus, tulips, hydrangea and orchids provided by the florist, Nature’s Harmony, were placed around the cupcake tower. The cupcake flavors were chocolate cake with peanut butter buttercream frosting, chocolate cake with raspberry buttercream frosting and white cake with Oreo buttercream frosting.

I love this place! Just beautiful.

The brown chiavari chairs looked so pretty against the white linens. The centerpieces created by Terri Maclay with Natures Harmony were just beautiful.

Each napkin was tied with a gold ribbon and a sprig of rosemary was inserted for a fragrant extra touch.

Terri also did all the bridal bouquets. So gorgeous!

Another stunning floral arrangement by Terri and beautiful hor devour table by Patty Armbrust & Co. who provided the catering for the reception. The view outside the picture window was the snow covered Conewago river…just the a perfect winter day for a wedding.

Isn’t this a pretty crudite presentation…love it.


Congratulations to Amy an Edmund. Thank you for including me in your beautiful day!

Amazing Vendors:
Venue: Conewago Manor Inn, Elizabethtown
Catering: Patty Armbrust & Co. (717) 691-1950
Florals: Nature’s Harmony (717) 697-0580

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