The charming Historic Ambassador House has been a Hamilton County fixture since 1880. Having once been a part of a large farm on the northwest corner of 96th St. and Allisonville Rd., it was relocated to it’s current location at 106th & Eller Road in 1996. The house, along with the beautiful gardens, made a for a whimsical venue for Jeff & Erin’s garden wedding at the Historic Ambassador House.
It was the most beautiful June day as guests arrived to a champagne welcome on the front porch of the house. Donned with sunglasses, smiles and bubbly in hand, guests leisurely made their way to the garden ceremony.
As summer turned to evening, guests enjoyed a lovely reception in the venue’s tented reception space. Guest tables were adorned with wine bottle centerpieces, a custom wine list and touches of wine corks mixed throughout the decor. It’s no doubt the couple had a fondness for good food and wine!
After a choreographed first dance (which was so beautiful – kudos to their flawless dance!), the couple headed out in the gardens for photos. The evening was absolutely breathtaking as captured by photographer Meghan Harrison. For a summer garden wedding vibe, the Historic Ambassador House couldn’t be beat. Many congratulations and best wishes to these newlyweds!
A big thank you to the professional wedding team!
Venue: Historic Ambassador House // Photographer: Meghan Harrison Photography // DJ: Lights Out Entertainment // Catering: A Cut Above // Florist: Custom Blooms // Planning & Coordination: Lisa VanHorton Weddings