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Hanover Reserve announces rebuilding plans after fire

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Brides and grooms were shocked as flames ripped through a Butler County wedding venue in October.It left many wondering what it meant for their special day.But the owners of Hanover Reserve said weddings will happen again, although it will take some time to rebuild.The owners said they are not shutting down or selling and they emphasize the building was not a total loss.As they rebuild, we talked with a Cincinnati bride and groom who have ridden a rollercoaster of emotions.”Classy barn vibe is what we were going for. Love the area. Want to get married outside,” Jenna Puccini said.It is a day when Puccini’s dreams become a reality.She and her fiancee, Alec Bomske, have been together nearly three years and are set to be married in August 2022.”I actually had a huge plan to propose to Jenna. I had her family in on it, my family in on it, all our friends,” Bomske said.The Cincinnati couple got engaged this August.”He had, my fiancee, Alec, had hired a photographer and I didn’t know about it. I didn’t know anything, which is shocking, but it was very much a surprise and we were just surrounded by all of our friends and family. He had them show up after,” Puccini said.She said they booked their wedding at Hanover Reserve in September, but their excitement turned to shock in October as the venue caught fire during a wedding reception and was damaged.”Just kind of uneasy, like, this was the place we signed up for not even a month ago and we just didn’t know about the future,” Bomske said.Fast forward to now and their special day looks to be on track.The venue announced on its website that the initial clean-up phase is almost finished and a rebuilding plan is in the works.An update on the venue’s website said it’s probable that they will have weddings again in the summer of 2022.Bomske and Puccini feel relieved.They’re also happy to see the venue’s owner will be able to pursue their dream, too.”We could just tell she was very passionate about this and that’s another reason we decided to go with them,” Bomske said.When the fire happened, the owner told WLWT they were booked two years out.It appears, with the update, there will be many couples getting to celebrate their days as they’d hoped.According to its website, the owners of Hanover Reserve said there is still a lot to be worked out.They said they aren’t able to give specific dates as to when events will resume just yet.

Brides and grooms were shocked as flames ripped through a Butler County wedding venue in October.

It left many wondering what it meant for their special day.

But the owners of Hanover Reserve said weddings will happen again, although it will take some time to rebuild.

The owners said they are not shutting down or selling and they emphasize the building was not a total loss.

As they rebuild, we talked with a Cincinnati bride and groom who have ridden a rollercoaster of emotions.

“Classy barn vibe is what we were going for. Love the area. Want to get married outside,” Jenna Puccini said.

It is a day when Puccini’s dreams become a reality.

She and her fiancee, Alec Bomske, have been together nearly three years and are set to be married in August 2022.

“I actually had a huge plan to propose to Jenna. I had her family in on it, my family in on it, all our friends,” Bomske said.

The Cincinnati couple got engaged this August.

“He had, my fiancee, Alec, had hired a photographer and I didn’t know about it. I didn’t know anything, which is shocking, but it was very much a surprise and we were just surrounded by all of our friends and family. He had them show up after,” Puccini said.

She said they booked their wedding at Hanover Reserve in September, but their excitement turned to shock in October as the venue caught fire during a wedding reception and was damaged.

“Just kind of uneasy, like, this was the place we signed up for not even a month ago and we just didn’t know about the future,” Bomske said.

Fast forward to now and their special day looks to be on track.

The venue announced on its website that the initial clean-up phase is almost finished and a rebuilding plan is in the works.

An update on the venue’s website said it’s probable that they will have weddings again in the summer of 2022.

Bomske and Puccini feel relieved.

They’re also happy to see the venue’s owner will be able to pursue their dream, too.

“We could just tell she was very passionate about this and that’s another reason we decided to go with them,” Bomske said.

When the fire happened, the owner told WLWT they were booked two years out.

It appears, with the update, there will be many couples getting to celebrate their days as they’d hoped.

According to its website, the owners of Hanover Reserve said there is still a lot to be worked out.

They said they aren’t able to give specific dates as to when events will resume just yet.

https://www.wlwt.com/article/couples-hanover-reserve-rebuilding-plans-fire/38259431