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Featured Seine-et-Marne Wedding Venues

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Page Last Updated December 13th, 2019

manoir de mon pere first dance photography of the bride and groom
Wedding Photography by Benjamin Brette, Île-de-France, France

Weddings at My Father's Manor and Mansion | France Wedding Images

Le Manoir de Mon Pere, Les Ecrennes Wedding Venue Pictures - "My Father's Manor in Seine et Marne, offers you its wedding reception rooms (capacity 150 people) and its spaces dedicated to study days and seminars (50 people).

We organize secular or religious ceremonies in the 2-hectare park of hundred-year-old trees illuminated at nightfall.

We carry out "turnkey" formulas with a talented Chef.

Our 15 guest rooms are all tastefully decorated (capacity 30 people)."

Manoir de Grande commune wedding photos - bride and groom watching a slideshow
Wedding Photography by Benjamin Brette, Île-de-France, France

Seine et Marne Wedding Venue | The Manor of the Great Commune

The Manoir de la Grande Commune can accommodate up to 200 people in sit-down meals and up to 350 people for cocktails. You will benefit from their experience as well as the know-how of the service providers carefully selected by them, offer your guests a superb and unforgettable reception.

This former lordship of the Counts of Gramont consists of a manor surrounded by moats and turrets. The Manor of the Great Commune destroyed and rebuilt in the seventeenth century, was reiterated by its owners to combine wonderfully celebration and refinement. This place steeped in history would have, according to legend, served as a retreat for one night Napoleon the day before his victory in Montereau in 1814.