Event Coordinators | Meg + Aimee
Brandywine Manor House is proud to offer event coordination for your wedding day. Whether you’ve had plenty of time to dedicate to planning or have had a whirlwind engagement, those last few months leading up to the wedding can be chaotic! Our wedding coordination services are perfect for couples that desire assistance in those final months leading up to the big day.
Having coordinated over 250 weddings at BMH and both former BMH brides, Meg and Aimee have the knowledge and expertise to make your day a success. Our goal is to take the pressure off of you, allowing you to enjoy those last weeks of your engagement and trust that the day of will run smoothly.
If you’d like more info what we do or would like to have us work with you for your wedding day, please contact us!
For more information on any of our coordinating services, contact an Event Coordinator at email@example.com or 610.942.2200.
Aimee has the unique privilege of working on the property where she grew up. The daughter of BMH’s owners, she was one of the first to be married in the Manor Barn in the summer of 2013. Aimee has been coordinating weddings here ever since. Aimee loves all of the little details that go into weddings, and her favorite part of the day is when the bride and groom see the reception space fully set-up for the first time. She lives in Honey Brook with her husband, Mark, and two daughters, Holly (3) and Lauren (9 months).
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Meg was married at BMH in August of 2013. After a chance meeting with Aimee in 2015, the two became fast friends and Meg started working with Aimee as a part-time coordinator. In no time, her skill and obvious attention to detail were evident, and she was brought on as a Lead Coordinator. Meg loves building relationships with couples and her favorite parts of the day are those final moments with the bride right before she walks down the aisle to her future husband. Meg lives in Parkesburg with her husband, Adam, and two children, Lucy (3) and Titus (1).
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