Wedding in the Country - The Lord Thompson Manor in Thompson

One of my incarnations was that of a Wedding Planner. Unfortunately, not as glamorous as Jennifer Lopez in the film of the same name - I've never walked around with a head set in constant communication with my staff, and instead was more likely to be screaming directions from across the room. It's not an easy job, delivering a perfect day after spending gobs of money and planning every excruciating detail for a year prior. Almost tortuous, really. Needless to say I planned my own wedding last summer in three weeks flat, via email. Think about it - it's only dinner. Today I am posting about one of my favorite Connecticut Wedding facilities - The Lord Thompson Manor and it's sister property The Cottage House in Thompson, CT. I worked there years ago when I was a young mother, my first exposure to the wedding industry. It is owned by the talented husband and wife team, Andrew & Jackie Silverton, who were wonderful to me in the years I worked for them. Together they have built their business into one of the finest wedding venues in the Northeast.
So if you're looking to get hitched and planning a wedding reception - check it out! I think the photos speak for themselves...
The Lord Thompson Manor
Sister Property - The Cottage House

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