Will you say ‘I DO’ at the Miller House?

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Pillar and Post unveils its newest Ceremony Location

The Miller House

The historic Miller House is a clapboard building dating back to 1817 and has recently been loving restored and made available as the newest private wedding ceremony location in Niagara on the Lake.

The Miller House lays claim to an almost near complete survival of all it’s original individual elements. It’s finishes, along with it’s history, put it the highest heritage value in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario and Canada! The house’s stylistic modesty, with some traditional Georgian architecture speaks importantly about the state of life on the Niagara Frontier in the aftermath of the war of 1812.

The cute raised whitewashed gazebo was specifically created to offer a perfect backdrop for wedding ceremonies of varying traditions and sizes. The grounds are suitable for up to 200 wedding guests with complete seclusion on all sides.

Pictures and Editorial submitted by overly-talented Mark Elliotson of The Swish List.

The Swish List is an on-line resource guide dedicated to planning upscale weddings in Niagara.