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Bride’s Choice Award honor for Historic Kent Manor Inn

Newleyweds at Historic Kent Manor Inn

New Married and In Love!
KRR Photography captured a beautiful moment

KENT ISLAND / ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND – August 1, 2013– WeddingWire, the nation’s leading online wedding marketplace, is thrilled to announce that Historic Kent Manor Inn has been selected as a winner of the prestigious WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards® 2013 for Wedding Venues in Stevensville, Kent Island, Maryland.

Wedding Wire has named Historic Kent Manor Inn

Wedding Wire has named Historic Kent Manor Inn
Bride’s Choice for 2013

The esteemed annual awards program recognizes the top five percent of wedding professionals in the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism. Historic Kent Manor Inn’s selection as a Bride’s Choice Award 2013 winner was selected based on the positive experiences expressed by past clients on WeddingWire, the world’s largest wedding review site with over one million reviews. While many industry awards are given by the host organization, the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards® winners are determined solely based on reviews from real newlyweds and their experiences working with Historic Kent Manor Inn.

The WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards® 2013 are given to the top local wedding vendors in more than 20 service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers, based on professional achievements from the previous year. Award-winning vendors are distinguished for the quality, quantity, consistency and timeliness of the reviews they have received from their past clients. As a Bride’s Choice Awards winner, Historic Kent Manor Inn is highlighted within the WeddingWire Network, which is comprised of over 200,000 wedding professionals throughout the United States, Canada and abroad.

“Each year, WeddingWire looks forward to celebrating the success of the top-rated wedding professionals within the WeddingWire Network,” said Timothy Chi, CEO, WeddingWire. “Now in its fifth year, the Bride’s Choice Awards® program continues to recognize the elite wedding professionals who exemplify a commitment to quality, service and professionalism. These businesses were chosen by our bridal community for their responsiveness and dedication to their clients over the past year. We are honored to recognize Historic Kent Manor Inn for their impressive achievements within the wedding industry.”

Historic Kent Manor Inn owners; Alan Michaels and David Meloy are thrilled to be one of the top Wedding Venues in Stevensville, Kent Island, Maryland in the WeddingWire Network of sites, which include leading wedding sites such as WeddingWire, Project Wedding, Brides.com, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Weddingbee. “We would like to thank our Bridal Couples for choosing Historic Kent Manor Inn and allowing our talented staff to make their Wedding Day Dreams come true. Our Wedding Professionals strive to provide the highest level of customer service to surprise and delight our guest every day. We appreciate our clients taking the time to review our business on WeddingWire. We value all of our clients and truly appreciate the positive feedback that helped us earn the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards® for 2013”

The Historic Kent Manor Inn is located on Kent Island at 500 Kent Manor Drive, Stevensville, MD. For more information about Historic Kent Manor Inn, please visit http://www.kentmanor.com or call 410-643-7716.

To learn more about the Bride’s Choice Awards®, please visit http://www.WeddingWire.com/brides-choice-awards.

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Something Blue

Bride with Blue Shoes at Kent Manor Inn

Bride Kicks Up Her Blue Heels in the Parlor of Kent Manor Inn

As you plan your Wedding you here lots of superstations, plenty of rules, oodles of traditions. Brides and Grooms have to navigate and incorporate these tradition these traditions perhaps without understanding where they come from. Let’s tackle one that almost every Bride and Groom has heard of…

Something Old, Something New

Something Borrowed, Something Blue”

Where does this tradition come from? Well the original tradition is thought to come from the Victorian Era and read:

Something old, something new

Something borrowed and something blue

And a silver sixpence in her shoe

The something old meant to carry on family traditions and lineage. Something new symbolized the future for the Bride and Groom. Something borrowed is related the transfer of happiness from a happy couple you may know. Something blue infers love as blue represents love and loyalty as well as the purity of the Bride. The Silver sixpence represents the dowry paid by the Bride’s family to the Grooms family. In today’s society perhaps having savings plan for the future for the couple would be a good idea.

We have all heard this and Brides often are in a frenzy trying to find items to wear in their ceremonies to fulfill these criteria. Often the Wedding Gown qualifies for the something new, old or borrowed. A special piece of Wedding Jewelry can be old, borrowed, new or blue. Wedding Garters have blue accents on them to fill in for the blue and the new. An heirloom handkerchief can be wrapped in the bouquet for the old and blue. The combinations may seem endless.

Brides and Grooms who have celebrated their Wedding Ceremonies and Wedding Receptions at Historic Kent Manor Inn http://www.kentmanor.com/weddings.php have undoubtedly found traditional and new ways to tie these traditions into their Wedding Days. A new spin on these traditions:

Something Old: Sew a piece of lace from your mother’s wedding gown into your new wedding gown. Carry an old photo of your parents from their wedding. Wear an heirloom piece of jewelry from your grandmother. Even classical music playing during the ceremony fits the bill.

Something New: Easiest to fulfill: New Wearing new wedding gown, carrying new flowers for Bridal Party, practically anything new to the Bride works here.

Something borrowed can be the most special to the bride. Who you borrow from is really important and most meaningful in this case. Borrowing a special pair of earring from your mother, a best friend or a beloved family member adds a special touch to the ceremony. A comb or hairpiece worn by the bride’s mother will bring a tear to her eye and touch her heart.

Something Blue: This is where the Bride can have a bit of fun. Brides are wearing Blue Shoes instead of traditional white satin shoes to add levity to the day and get in their blue. Some brides choose to get a manicure or pedicure that incorporates a touch blue on the nails. Wearing a Blue Garter is a long standing tradition; some brides are expanding that with blue underwear under the dress. Keeping it simple Brides often wrap a blue ribbon around the Bridal Bouquet.

Making your Wedding Day about you is the most important tradition to remember. The Wedding Coordinators at Historic Kent Manor Inn look forward to assisting you navigate your special day.

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