Bucks County


Author: Brynn Casey

Brynn is a student at Monmouth University studying Communications and Media Production Studies, where she is Director of Promotions of the university’s TV station. She was raised in Bucks County and loves exploring the area and all it has to offer. One of her favorite activities is trying out new places with friends and family in Bucks Co. 

Tie The Knot In Newtown

by Brynn Casey on September 1, 2023

One of my favorite parts about being a banquet server was checking out all the incredible Newtown, Bucks County venues and all they have to offer. The area has many incredible locations to have a wedding so if you’re looking for places to host the special day, Bucks County has you covered! If you are new to the area, Bucks County is known for its scenic countryside, charming towns, and beautiful…

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Sip, Savor, and Stroll at Terrain Gardens and Cafe

by Brynn Casey on August 10, 2023

Would you book your wedding at a venue you haven’t even checked out in person? Most people probably wouldn’t, unless it’s at Terrain. Terrain offers a retail store, nursery, garden cafe, and event space all in one. This location opened right next to Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, and it has definitely been a new hotspot. If you’re interested in checking out this new gem, I’ll be sharing…

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Fresh Delights at Newtown Farmers Market

by Brynn Casey on July 28, 2023

If you are anything like me and my family, we often play the “what do you want to eat" game every time we decide to go out for a meal. My sister usually wants Mexican food, my Mom and Dad say they’re fine with anything, and I am usually indecisive. Whether or not this sounds familiar, you cannot go wrong with a trip to the Newtown Farmer’s Market- there is truly something for everyone. As a…

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Tea Time At The Talking Teacup

by Brynn Casey on July 14, 2023

Growing up, I loved to dress up as if I were royalty hosting a pretend tea party with all my friends. We would all wear princess dresses, pull out my tea set that my seven-year-old self painted, and sip air out of our cups. Now, I can do that but even better- I don’t have to pretend. If you’re looking to assuage your childhood tea party dreams, The Talking Teacup is the place to visit. This hidden…

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