A Winter Wedding at the Historic Queensbury Hotel in Downtown Glens Falls
What is more romantic than Wedding Photos on a snowy day? I recently photographed Katie and Mark at the historic Queensbury Hotel on their wedding day in Glens Falls. It was a cold, snowy day, but so fun!
Glens Falls Wedding Photos:
Some people would be a little nervous planning a Winter Wedding in Upstate NY–but I say Go For It! Especially if you are doing the entire event at a venue like The Queensbury Hotel. Ceremony, Reception and accommodations for everyone in one place makes it really convenient for everyone. No travel was required to get to the ceremony or reception, so the road conditions were simply not a factor. In addition, the recently renovated venue has so many fabulous locations for Wedding Photos. Below is a slideshow of some of my very favorite moments during the day:
Winter Wedding at the Queensbury Hotel Slideshow:
There are some key takeaways for planning a Winter Wedding from Katie and Mark’s event.
Planning for Winter Wedding Photos:
Wedding Vendor Team for Katie and Mark’s Winter Wedding at the Queensbury Hotel:
Glens Falls Wedding Photos: Susan Blackburn/Blackburn Portrait Design
Glens Falls Wedding Venue: The Queensbury Hotel
Wedding Officiant: Valerie Epstein
Floral Design: A Lasting Impression
HMUA: Brides 2 Go
Entertainment: Conway Entertainment
Attire: David’s Bridal and Men’s Wearhouse
If you enjoyed Katie and Mark’s Winter Wedding at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls, you might also enjoy Jordan and Gage’s Wedding at the Park Theater.
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Susan Blackburn loves photographing Weddings in Glens Falls and The Adirondacks.
Stunning Wedding and it looks like a great time was had by all. These photos make me want to visit Glens Falls like yesterday.
Glens Falls is for sure a really cool town! It was built largely around the turn of the century and was known as one of the largest paper making towns in the country! It has a great downtown with awesome architecture–a perfect venue for a wedding any time of year!