Editors’ Choice 

The Great House at The Crane Estate

Ipswich, 781-221-3003, craneestateevents.com      

Philosophy: Personalized elegance. A limit of 35 functions per year enables the staff to give their full attention to each event—and ensures that you won’t see a multitude of other engaged couples at every turn. 

Standout Qualities: A wide variety of backdrops. The majority of couples choose to say their vows on the Grand Allée, before the majestic lawn and far-reaching ocean views, but the Italian Garden offers a more intimate setting, saving the Grand Allée for a big reveal at the reception. 

What’s Unique: Since The Crane Estate is open to the public, married couples can revisit the property for decades to come, attending concerts or the storied Roaring Twenties party. 


Readers’ Choice 

Willowdale Estate

Topsfield, 978-887-8211, willowdaleestate.com 

What’s Unique: This Craftsman and Tudor Revival stone mansion, built at the turn of the last century, drew its elegant inspiration from the castles of Scotland.

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