Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Plan on a party with the Villa Marre

Posted By on Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 8:00 AM

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Historic homes make up some of the most beautiful and interesting venues to plan events, as guests are able to marvel at the period architecture while being entertained by your impeccable party planning skills.

At the Villa Marre, there is some small detail hiding in every place you look, whether it is the face of a lion carved into the mantel or the stenciling that meanders throughout the foyer and glows iridescently each evening as the sun retreats.

These and many more details are awaiting you at the romantic Villa Marre. So plan on making it the venue for your wedding, reception, bridal shower, holiday party, bar mitzvah, graduation tea party, corporate fundraiser, 50th anniversary party or Quinceanera and make your event, one that your friends, family and coworkers will remember.

Contact us today to book your next special occasion. thevillamarre.com/

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