Cincinnati Wedding – Places We’ve Played: The Manor House

The Manor House in Mason Ohio is one of the nicest venues in Cincinnati. Over the past several years we have performed many many times in one of the Manor House’s many rooms. In fact when the owners had a party for a friend last year, we were honored to be the DJ of choice.

So what are the advantages of The Manor House? For starters it’s the perfect setting for both a ceremony and reception. Ceremonies can be held in the courtyard, the atrium, on the patio or under a gazebo. The courtyard is a beautful pathed area that winds through a wonderful garden of flowers, the courtyard makes for an amazing setting for photos as well.

The Manor House is a plantation style special event estate. A reception held here can be both elegant and fun. The rooms can be adjusted to hold very large parties or small private affairs. The staff is exceptional here.

We have provided entertainement at many recpetions here. All with different tastes and ideas for their version of the best wedding reception ever. Some examples are: Most recently an East Coast style reception for The Dragani’s, a couple from New Jersey that involved dancing between courses of the dinner. The Fluty’s a large reception that ended with nearly 200 people still on the dancefloor. Radha and Joe Weiler’s wedding and reception which featured both a Hindu and a Christian ceremony, then a great party afterwards! The reception was featured in Cincinnati Wedding Maganize August 2008.

Here are a few pictures from receptions we have done at The Manor House.

Joe and Raddah, Images By Daniel Michael

Success! A Packed Dance Floor

The Fluty Wedding
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