Ridgeland Mansion Open House
Ridgeland Mansion Open House
Open houses are just one fantastic way for event venues to display their space and its amenities to possible partners and clients. They are also an excellent means of fostering relationships with local vendors the venue has worked with or with whom they may work in the future.
Also, open houses are fun events for everyone who attends! Because every vendor who participates in an open house puts on their best show, there are tons of beautiful and interesting displays to explore.
The Ridgeland Mansion
The Philadelphia, PA Ridgeland Mansion was built in 1762 and sits on five acres of land in the center of Fairmount Park. This Federal-style mansion is painted yellow, with brick and cobblestone accents. It also has a large, rolling lawn and sunken garden, for those who prefer the outdoors.
Good for the Philadelphia Community
The Ridgeland Mansion is also now the home of the nonprofit the Suzanne Morgan Center. This nonprofit provides services and support to people with cancer and their loved ones. The venue fee for use of the Ridgeland Mansion even directly benefits the Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia. The Cancer Support Community of Philadelphia provides a free and professional program of education and emotional support to those whose lives have been affected by cancer.
Ridgeland Mansion Open House Vendors
The gorgeous, historic Ridgeland Mansion in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania recently hosted their own open house. They invited a variety of local vendors to display their best work. The vendor list was incredibly varied, and included businesses and services such as Casa Papel, who makes gorgeous paper products for events like invitations and place cards, Meaningful Milestones, as well as bridal atelier The Dress Matters.
Ridgeland Mansion Open House also included vendors of comestibles, like Joshua’s Catering, Bredenbeck’s Bakery and Ice Cream Parlor, Frost 321°, and Home Brewed Events. There were floral design companies present too, like Hana Floral Design and Forget Me Knot Flowers. Among the vendors were entertainment services from businesses such as Jon Ardito Entertainment, and Sir Charles Distinctive Entertainment and DJ Services. There were vendors who offer recording services, including Valley Creek Productions, Beau Monde Originals, and Blacklevel Photography. Present also were event designers and coordinators, including Elegant Events and Trilogy Event Design.
Trilogy Event Design is headed by Randi Martin. Randi has been an event planner since 2006. She approaches and plans each and every event with the same enthusiasm as if it were her own. She prides herself on the importance she places on advocating and acting as a liaison for her clients with other professionals.
Randi was a founding member and President of the Philadelphia chapter of the nonprofit Wish Upon A Wedding. Wish Upon A Wedding was the first national nonprofit to provide services like weddings and vow renewals to couples who are facing serious illness and/or other life-altering events and circumstances. Randi also teaches the Wedding Planning Certification program at Philadelphia’s Temple University.
J & J Studios loved this baby Yoda cake from Bredenbeck’s Bakery and Ice Cream Parlor. He almost looks real – especially for a little fictional alien character!
Look at the effect from Frost 321° making their goodies in this picture. It’s almost magical. We wish that treat was for us!
As they say, everything old is new again! This gorgeous gown from The Dress Matters reminds us of the fashions of the roaring 1920s. Its floral lace, dainty straps, and slim silhouette all contribute to that feeling.
Contact J & J Studios to Document Your Open House Today!
So, if your event venue is looking to host an open house, you definitely need photos to document the event! You can even use them as promotional tools. Contact J & J Studios today to book us to photograph your open house!