It’s not every day I get invited in to photograph a wedding in a castle.. And a Lyndhurst Castle Wedding is every bit as beautiful and elegant as it gets. Lyndhurst Castle is perfectly settled in the Hudson Valley with peek-a-boo views of the Tapenzee Bridge. Adding in some beautiful styling, a beautiful couple and fun guests and this wedding was simply dreamy.
Photographing for Cyrience Creative Studios is always a highlight for me. Jen and I make such a great team, I find our styles compliment each other beautifully. Mint Wedding Cinematography was there for video, and the three of us working together is like a beautifully coordinated dance.
The fun and easy-going nature of Victoria and Ryan made the day perfect. Cocktail hour is a lovely transition between the ceremony to the reception which allows the newly wedded couple to take a moment and capture a few photos and guests to start the reception festivities. In true Irish nature, Victoria and Ryan added games to their day – and if it weren’t for a little bit of rain, I think their guests would have loved to play through the night! With a creative flare, Ryan hand-made several of the cocktail-hour games, including the life-size Jinga blocks!
Then to make this all the more over-the-top, wedding blog extraordinaire, Style Me Pretty, published the wedding. You can find that post just here: Victoria and Ryan – at the end of the post, you’ll also find the video from Mint Wedding Cinematography.
Studio – Cyrience Creative Studios with Jen Cyr
Videographer – Mint Wedding Cinematography
Wedding Coordinator – Lorraine Muha
Floral Design – Forever in Bloom
Wedding Dress – Dennis Basso
Cake – Lulu Cake Boutique
Invitations – Minted
Bridesmaids’ Dresses – J Crew
Catering – Philip Stone Caterers
Hair & Makeup – Jackie K Styles
Band – Hank Lane Music
Officiant – Aaron Mace
Ceremony / Reception – Lyndhurst Castle
Groomsmen Attire – Mens Warehouse
Koozie Favors – Totally Wedding Koozies