Wedding celebrations are typically a whole weekend full of events and parties. Alex and Drew planned a wedding brunch for the day after their wedding to bring together wedding guests and bridal party for one more celebration at the end of the wedding weekend. The brunch took place at the stunning Julian Price House in the historic Fisher Park neighborhood in Greensboro, NC.
Nestled within the beautiful historic Fisher Park district just outside of Downtown Greensboro, Hillside is an example of Period Revival architecture, specifically designed to evoke a rambling English Tudor and was built in 1929 by insurance executive and philanthropist Julian Price with the help of New York architect Charles C. Hartman.
The home has a variety of guest accommodations that vary from reserving the whole house or your choice of five different bedrooms. With elaborate decor and vintage charm throughout the home, guests are sure to adore the breathtakingly beautiful Julian Price House.
The home was featured in an episode on the hit A&E show Hoarders. The episode is captivating to watch and see what the house looked like before the new owners took it into their hands and restored it to the immaculate condition it’s in today. The new owners of the Julian Price House did an outstanding job preserving the original historical character and the integrity of the elaborate architecture.
The Julian Price House served as a show-stopping location for this wedding brunch for Alex and Drew. They had it catered by Rascals Tavern in Greensboro and the spread looked and smelled wonderful. Who doesn’t like mimosas and brunch on a Sunday in a beautiful historic English Tudor?
When Alex contacted me about hiring a photographer for this wedding brunch I was ecstatic when she said the event would take place at the Julian Price House. I remember watching the episode of Hoarders when it first aired and thinking how wonderful it would be to be able to see the inside of the house someday and, here we are! I couldn’t help but wonder what the walls would say if they would talk as I was admiring the details of the house.