This is one of our new favorite Hudson Valley wedding locations, for sure.
Stacy and Clayton had their ceremony on the lawn beneath the shade. Clayton’s niece performed on violin for the processional. So romantic! Stacy looked absolutely amazing on her father’s arm.
Stacy outdid herself with the DIY touches (Brian and Marie of the Inn did a great job executing them!) Guests picked up their place cards pinned to green apples, then took their seats beneath the tent at tables of white linens overlaid with pale green cloth. The floral centerpieces were white and pale green roses and hydrangeas.
Lights and Chinese lanterns hung from the tent ceiling. The guests’ wedding photos were strung from pale green ribbon at one side, allowing everyone to enjoy the memories from over a dozen different wedding days.
I swear in our 11 years as entertainers, we saw things happen on the dance floor at Clayton and Stacy’s wedding that we have never seen before. Strange, wondrous things…
Later on, Clayton’s family requested the Macarena…a song that only lends itself to trouble. Little did we know that Clayton’s infamous history with the song would come roaring back, resulting in a bare-chested groom leading the dance!
Yep. Crazy people. (My favorite kind.)
After sunset, guests enjoyed s’mores around the campfire and the cool breeze from the woods.
The owners and staff were wonderful to work with and the food was as delicious as Stacy and Clayton promised. With our friends Cynthia DelConte and Seth David Cohen invisibly capturing the moment, it was a recipe for success.
Stacy and Clayton, thank you so much for inviting us to be a part of your wedding day. We loved it!
Photos by Cynthia of Day For Night Productions All photos courtesy of Cynthia of Day For Night Productions
Video by Seth David Cohen Video