Real Wedding: Krakow & Zema

Drumore Estate hosted their first wedding of 2019 on April 14th! What started out as a rainy day ended up being the perfect setting for their fairytale wedding.  As the girls got ready vendors came in with greenery galore, delicious cake, and cameras flashing.  Collectively we made the call to have the ceremony under the… Read more »

Styled Shoot- April 13, 2019

Spring Garden Inspired, Blush Wedding  On Saturday, April 13th Drumore Estate was not only blessed with gorgeous 75 degree weather, but we also saw the grounds come alive with all the trimmings of a wedding. Photographer, Heather Marie Leicy, coordinated a styled shoot with Drumore Estate and all the vendors to create her dreamy blush… Read more »

Thursday’s with Tina- Blooms and More!

Back in Action! It’s been a gorgeous week at Drumore Estate.  The sun has been shining, blue skies are endless and the temps even reached over 70 degrees.  The gardeners are back, the fountain in the Formal Garden is up and running, and the Grand Tent was put up Tuesday. Our first wedding is this… Read more »

Steinman History

Christian Frederick Steinman, a Moravian immigrant from Dresden Germany, arrived in the colonies around 1750. Christian was the great-great grandfather of the builder of Drumore. Steinman and his wife, Anna Regina, settled in Bethlehem, where they had a son, John Frederick Steinman – the great grandfather of the builder of Drumore. Soon after his birth,… Read more »

Drumore Estate: Mansion Tour

The History of Drumore Drumore was built in 1938-39 for John Frederick Steinman by noted architect Robert Rodes McGoodwin. It was an active farm. They farmed peas and corn, which were canned in the basement by the house staff. It served as his principal residence until his death two days before Christmas in 1980. He… Read more »