Rhinecliff Hotel Wedding: Corin and Albert

11.12.11  Corin and Albert’s black and white wedding at the Rhinecliff Hotel featured a fun-loving Simpsons’ theme, and a super packed dance floor!

Photo by Steph

The couple was married in a sunset ceremony on the patio with the Hudson River in the background, just before the train tracks.  Jeff performed Iron and Wine’s cover of “Such Great Heights” on guitar for Corin’s walk down the aisle.  Corin’s beautiful smile couldn’t have been brighter.

The Details

The tables were named after Simpson’s locations (Moe’s, The Flanders, Springfield Retirement Castle among them) and each had a gorgeous white orchid centerpiece.  The wedding cake drew many laughs and smiles; it was shaped like a giant donut topped with pink icing and sprinkles that would have made Homer Simpson drool.

The Toasts

The Best Man’s toast explained that Corin and Albert were like yin and yang, going together perfectly.  “Corin likes to cook, and Albert, well, he likes to eat what she cooks.”

The Maid of Honor admitted that she hadn’t always loved the groom for her best friend.  “No one is every good enough for one of my girls.  Albert was no exception.”  But his generosity and big heart won her over in the end.

Photo by Steph

 

The Dancing

 

This floor was PACKED, as in nary an inch of dancing space unoccupied.  It was such fun watching the surging dance floor.  The playful guests even made up words for the Temptation’s, “My Girl.”  They sang, “Al’s girl.  Talkin’ bout Al’s girl…”

 

We also got to finish out our November weddings with our friends Jenn and Mike from Beautiful Memories, and Myles from Myles Studios.  It doesn’t get better when you get to work with friends, especially when the food is so excellent!

Corin and Albert, you pulled off a flawless, amazingly fun wedding.  We’re so happy we could share in the celebration!

The Rhinecliff Hotel

Photo by Myles Studio

Video by Beautiful Memories

 

 

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