Firstly, this sweet couple had to reschedule their wedding multiple times due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. We where so thrilled to finally celebrate their marriage. It was a beautiful summers day in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Truly, this Lambertville Station wedding was colorful and beautiful! Check out more from this bliss day below.
To begin, this bridal suite for a Lambertville Station wedding is gorgeous! The room is bursting with light and perfect for getting ready. In addition, it over looks the Delaware river. Indeed its scenic as well as spacious.
To start, we headed over to the canal next to the venue to capture some pre wedding portraits. It was a great way to start off the coverage!
Next, we headed over to the church in nearby Flemington, NJ for the intimate ceremony.
Lauren of Flora Event Design did such an amazing job on the flowers. I really loved this unique warm color pallet. Truly, it made a beautiful and bold statement.
Lambertville Station Wedding
Following the ceremony, we made our way back to town for a Lambertville Station wedding! From the venue, “Situated on the banks of the Delaware River, this warm, rustic hotel is across the river from New Hope, Pennsylvania and 8 miles from Washington Crossing State Park.”
Without doubt, a Lambertville Station wedding is going to be beautiful! There are so many scenic areas to take photos around the venue. After the canal, we headed over to the venue’s patio. In addition, cocktail hour takes place in this space. I love that you can mingle outdoors since the doors are kept open.
My favorite part about a Lambertville Station wedding is the view of the New Hope / Lambertville bridge. It’s such a fun backdrop!
Certainly, a perfect spot for golden hour and sunset watching!
Lastly, we headed upstairs for a romantic reception! The warm glow from the sunset made it feel like we where in a movie!
In conclusion, Lambertville Station weddings are stunning! This location is the perfect place for a scenic and charming wedding day.
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