Working with these two insanely fun people was such a pleasure. Every time we got together it was filled with laughs and lots of food! Their wedding was nothing short of spectacular and truly represented their personalities. The beautiful Basilica Hudson in Upstate NY was the setting for their 225 person event. Guests ate delicious food from Ryan Brown Catering during a progressive station style reception. The music from Brian Kirk & The Jirks had the entire room dancing away, and their afterparty rocked until the sun came up... no joke... I was there! If you have never been sprayed with champagne, I highly suggest it ;) lol

Photos by Leo Cabal

The Basilica Hudson sits right along the train on the Hudson River. It is a true industrial space with nothing but the walls inside. Part of the fun of this space is every event here looks completely different. 

The bride & groom got ready at hotels down the street. The town of Hudson has developed so much over the past few years. A lot of new restaurants & beautiful hotels have gone in making it a great place for guests to spend the weekend.

Not only did we bond with the couple, but the entire wedding party was a complete pleasure! Everyone in the group was ready to have fun all weekend long.

The ceremony florals were done by Beaurust Flowers. Kelly did a beautiful job accenting the natural beauty of the space. Simple, yet lush garland was the main focal point in all of the tables & ceremony decor.

The bridesmaids carried modern bouquets of lilies & the bride a modern rose bouquet. It perfectly complimented their gorgeous black tie attire.

When we planned the design for this event, the bride's request was tons of greens & the groom's...lighting! We took their requests and ran with them! Everything was clean, white, with lush garlands, tons, I mean... TONS of candles, and Erich even decked the ceiling out with hanging orbs to create a star effect overhead. We are super proud of how everything turned out!

We wish these two the best! It was an absolute pleasure working with them :)