Courtney and James got married on a brisk November day.
Courtney got ready at the Hampton Inn in Newburgh, she was their with their bridesmaids who were already in full party mode. Her mom patiently laced up the back of her dress a blue satin ribbon to add a little splash of color, and to go with the motto ..something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.
I met the guys at the beautiful Craigsmoor church, they were trying to get the suit onto the youngest son who just wasn’t having it. And they took in the amazing views the Craigsmoor has to offer.
The ceremony was held inside the Craigsmoor church, with stunning arches, panoramic views of the mountains and stained glass. The wedding party walked down the aisle, the kids were next 4 flower girls and 3 ring bearers! One of the girls pulled down by a hand decorated wagon. The ceremony was elegant with sand ceremonies and vows.
We took photos outside the beautiful church it was super sunny that day and we were on top of a mountain so not much shade to be offered. After the church we went to the train trellis and took photos over there too. Courtney just loves the trellis and wanted to get a couple of shots over there.
The reception was held at the Meadowbrook decorated with flowers in vases with lights around the bottom and white tablecloths with blue napkins. The DJ played all types on genres and kept the party going all night long.
Venue: Hampton Inn Newburg, Craigsmoor Church, Meadowbrook