What to do if you've been forced to hold off on your big day due to COVID-19.
Local officiants can help you say “I do” while keeping up with social distancing.
The Cinderella ceremony at FEAST at Round Hill pulled out all the stops with a wedding piñata and a giant sword to cut the cake.
We Stan the merger of these two local foodie dynasties at an elegant, food-forward all-in-one event.
We roundup everything in 2019 that made us grateful for waterproof mascara.
This Hudson Valley ceremony harkens back to young love and summer romances of yesteryear.
Add local color and flavor to your wedding with favors and welcome gifts that highlight the Hudson Valley.
Bridesmaid dresses you'll be proud to show off.
Jackets in a myriad of colors and patterns are trending for him. Here are some of our favorites.
A fall fête set in the mountains with plenty of colorful vintage details.
Three Hudson Valley planners share colorful table settings perfect for any palette.
For Heather and Evan, the magical day was extra-special with colorful accents, family touches, and partying until 6 a.m.
Local wedding professionals share what they see coming up for nuptials in 2020.
With an 18-person guest list and champagne after the “I dos,” the fitness-minded couple tailored their Hudson Valley ceremony to reflect their love.
We can’t get enough of these beautiful wedding ideas in an array of hues and patterns.
It doesn't get more romantic than a quiet lakeside moment in the Hudson Valley.
After tying the knot at George Washington’s Headquarters State Historic Site, the duo marched through town for music, dancing, and authentic Mexican fare.
After a proposal in a secret Central Park garden and an engagement weekend at Mohonk Mountain House, the Irvington native and her husband tied the knot at Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
One date (and 8 years) later, these Valley residents swiped right on a beautiful Wallkill wedding.
Whether they overlook the Hudson River or offer 360-degree hillscape panoramas, the local ceremony locations are dream destinations to say “I do.”