This festive Mountain House wedding was all the couple had envisioned, a backyard party—surrounded by mountains, good food, and loving friends and family. The decor made personal with a wedding rug and first dance rug. They rented a “DJ in a Box” system from Taylor Rental and played their own first dance song and background music. There was no formal dancing planned and no band or dance floor. At one point when the teenagers in attendance took over the playlist there was a spontaneous dance party on the deck of the main house. Guests enjoyed a family style feast from Dubbs BBQ and lots of lawn games. After dark, the couple played their favorite movie on the rented system outdoors, with blankets, and a mock concession stand of candies, complete with self-serve popcorn machine. Plenty of planning goes into this warm and casual event and it was a perfect day for the couple, giving them time to feel like this photo (every couple should have time at their wedding for moments like this). View the beautiful photo gallery here. #weddingbliss @taylorrentalnewyork @littlefarmhouseflowers @dubbsbbq @adkmountainhouse @heathergallaher2
This bilingual event brought together many countries and languages to the family homestead in Keene, NY. The bride’s family owns and operates The Mountain House, a long-time, historical family homestead, a popular and magical, mountain top venue. So when it came to this wedding, location was a no-brainer. The family couldn’t have been more grateful, trusting and gracious and the whole process was a seamless celebration. With lots of GREAT latin music to dance all night long (well, at least until the sound ordinance). See amazing wedding photo gallery. #mountainwedding @adkmountainhouse @dubbsbbq @DueWestPhotographyNY @EnufChocolates, East Branch Organics.
Mimi Wacholder, Founder and Principal Consultant