The Mansion at Maple Heights is an absolutely *lovely* location for your wedding or your wedding reception. Upon my arrival the first time I was there, I was in awe of the gorgeous craftsmanship of the wood (which is basically everywhere you look!). The entryway is stunning with a staircase that wraps around up to the second floor.
Each room within the mansion is used for different things. In this case, they were used for a place where guests could congregate during cocktail hour:
This next photo is of the library:
As I’m walking around, I hear Tristan in the library shouting for me to come and see something. Now, I know what you’re thinking….Tristan….in a LIBRARY?! Yes, I agree. Totally crazy. But there he was, telling me that I needed to see something in one of the cabinets…..
He opens the cabinet so I can get a closer look…..
This mansion was built in 1903. It has numerous unique nooks and crannies. It just so happened that Tristan found one. This guy has a nose like a bloodhound when it comes to alcohol. Turns out, during Prohibition, the owner of the house made little hiding spots for his alcohol, making it a speakeasy! Cool!
This makes Tristan VERY happy. HAHAHAHAHA!
I leave Tristan alone and come back to find him in a different room. Look how suspicious he looks…..
He’s saying “What?! I didn’t do anything!” Turns out, he found another hiding spot! HAHA!!!!!
He’s so proud of himself. 🙂
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