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Endicott Estate is an elegant wedding venue located on pristine land in Dedham, Massachusetts, less than 10 miles from Boston. The estate features an elegant Colonial Revival mansion with gorgeous decor featuring Italian marble fireplaces, period furnishings, and sophisticated art. The grounds are beautifully manicured and lined with majestic elm, spruce, and willow trees. This locale makes an inviting option for couples seeking a refined ambience for their special celebration.
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This venue exemplifies expansive capacity for entertaining guests, and couples can be sure there will be enough room for a momentous celebration. The mansion sits on over 18 green acres, offering photo-perfect views for your festivities. Potential ceremony sites include the willow trees,the music room, the gazebo, and the pillared portico. The interior of the three-story, 25-room mansion features gorgeous open floor plans coupled with vintage beauty. These spaces can accommodate up to 150 guests for a seated reception or up to 200 guests for a cocktail reception. On-site parking, wheelchair-accessible features, and a pet-friendly ethos add accessibility and convenience for all guests. With the flexibility of having a ceremony indoors or out, this property is sure to be the elegant backdrop for a remarkable event.
Endicott Estate hosts wedding ceremonies and receptions, as well as engagement parties, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, and elopements. Your starting site fee includes use of get-ready rooms, tables, chairs, and parking. This venue’s staff offers a great palette of services, such as detailed event planning, event rentals, and vendor referrals. The rental inventory includes lighting and a dance floor to enhance the enjoyment of your festivities. The peak season for this venue stretches from May through December, offering a wide range of dates to choose from.
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I don’t need to tell you how stunning this place is, but it truly was magical. The whole property was ours for the day, so the wedding party came in early to get ready and relax. Plus, we had a space for my husband and I to take a private moment after the ceremony. The grounds have so many locations for photos. They also have space in the basement for you to drop off your stuff (we had lots of decorations and provided all of our own alcohol) a few days before the actual wedding - total lifesaver.
We ended up having about a hundred guests, which I think is probably the limit for an indoor reception. You could squeeze a few more tables, but it was pretty tight as it was. Any more than that and I’d say get a tent for the lawn.
The last thing to mention is the price. Endicott Estate is really affordable, especially since you get to choose your own vendors. We ended up saving SO much money by skipping the venues with in-home catering and just booking everything separately. And you get the whole property for the day without breaking the bank. It’s not as “convenient” to organize everything yourself, but Erin and Kathleen helped us through every step of the process. You can tell that the staff at Endicott really enjoys what they do. Everything was fabulous and I’d highly recommend booking this venue!
It will be a day to remember
We also chose the Endicott because we were able to accommodate our large guest list by having our event indoors and outdoors. Cocktail hour was a mix of both, dinner underneath the tent, and then dancing indoors. We wanted our wedding to have more of a casual feel to it and doing it this way certainly helped.
Some things to note though are that you do need to bring vendors in from their preferred list and do all the coordinating yourselves. There were many great vendors to choose from and all the vendors we hired through the Estate were five stars. If you have an outdoor event, a tent rental will be needed. There is also a strict end time for the event as the estate is located in a residential neighborhood.
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