Guide to Westchester Country Club Wedding in Rye, NY

Guide to Westchester Country Club Wedding in Rye, NY


Located just outside of Manhattan in the town of Rye, New York, Westchester Country Club is one of the most sought after locations for your wedding day celebration. With a 100 year history, the Westchester Country Club has been a fixture in the Rye, NY community and is considered one of the premier country clubs in Westchester County, New York. 

A Westchester Country Club Wedding is a sumptous and elegant event that is sure to impress. Italian villa style architecture, cathedral ceilings, grand chandeliers, outdoor terraces, and, of course, one of the area’s top rated golf courses, Westerchester Country Club is in a class by itself. 


John McEntee Bowman was born and raised in Toronto and came to New York when he was seventeen. From his first job as a groomer in a stable, John worked his way up to eventually own the Biltmore hotel group – one of the most exclusive and largest hotel chains in the world at that time.

Mr. Bowman’s vision for Westchester CC was to create the sportsman’s paradise close to Manhattan. He went on to purchase land in both Harrison and Rye, New York for his flagship hotel project, the Westchester Biltmore.

Construction of the eight-story hotel began in the summer of 1919. A mere 3 years later on May 15, 1922 John McEntee Bowman formally opened the Westchester-Biltmore Country Club to an initial membership of 1,500. 

The Westchester Country Club was (and still is) revered for its architecture, its membership, and its years of serving the local Westchester community. 


The club has over 40 hotel rooms to accommodate your getting ready preparations. From standard rooms to deluxe suites, the club has several options to comfortably accommodate your bridal party.


Biltmore Room

The Biltmore is the main ballroom for wedding receptions at Westchester Country Club and features soaring arched ceilings, beautiful crystal chandeliers, and a terrace that opens out onto the club’s Terrazzo and Bandshell area. The Biltmore Room can accommodate up to 250 with a Dance Floor. There is a minimum number of 200 Guests on Saturday Night May – October.

Westchester Room

With its stunning floor to ceiling windows, exquisite drapery, wooden columns, and golf course views, the Westchester Room is a perfectly warm and intimate setting for smaller events. The Westchester Room accommodates up to 170 with a Dance Floor. 

Bandshell Terazzo

The outdoor bandshell and terrazzo were tailor made for grand events. Allowing for over 750 people outdoors, the terrazzo is an open air space that is a blank canvas for your wedding day vision.


Wedding ceremonies can be held inside the club in either the Westchester or the Biltmore ballrooms depending on your guest list size. Outdoor ceremonies are held in the club’s terrazzo off the Biltmore Room. For cocktail hour, you can have your pick of the club’s main front lobby area or outside on the terraces off the Biltmore or Westchester ballrooms.


Weddings at Weschester Country Club feel like an elegant, swanky, cosmopolitan affair. The old school architecture of the club – both inside and out – just drips with that old New York society vibe. As a photographer, I love when a space has a unique and palpable feel to it. As grand as they are, the ballrooms at Westchester Country Club really give off a warm and intimate feel and outside, the club’s terraces and porticos provide a nice mix of open air and covered nooks for photographs. And, of course, the golf course serves as a lovely backdrop for outdoor photos. 


The main reason why couples choose to marry at Westchester Country Club is because they (and/or their family) are members and they likely spent their childhood summers at the club. There’s a sentimental allure to country club weddings. Like coming full circle. Marrying in the same space you first learned to swim or swing a golf club. Running through the halls of the club playing hide and seek with your friends. It’s a wonderful way to have one foot in your past while having one in your future. 

Plus Westchester Country Club is stunningly beautiful! Who wouldn’t want to marry in such a gorgeous place with a storied history. 


Julia and Daniel’s Wedding at Westchester Country Club in Rye, NY. 


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Rosecliff Mansion Wedding Newport, RI

Rosecliff Mansion Wedding Newport, RI


A wedding at Rosecliff Mansion in Newport, RI is a Gilded Age dream. Originally commissioned by Nevada silver heiress, Theresa Fair Oelrichs (Tessie to her friends), Rosecliff was designed by architect Stanford White who modeled Rosecliff after the Grand Trianon, the garden retreat of French kings at Versailles.

Completed in 1902, Rosecliff quickly became the social hotspot for East Coast elite. Mrs. Oelrichs was famous for her lavish parties that featured a who’s who of society including the Astors, Vanderbilts (her Newport neighbors), and the famous magician, Harry Houdini.

Rosecliff is, not surprisingly, a stunning example of the architecture of the time. The white glazed terra-cotta exterior gives the mansion a pristine, gleaming appearance that really ‘pops’ the mansion out from its plush, manicured grounds. 

The inside is what you would expect from a Gilded Age Newport Mansion – grand, opulent, decadent, luxurious. With its soaring ceilings, heart-shaped grand staircase, and the largest ballroom on Bellevue Avenue (aka Mansion Row), it’s no wonder that Rosecliff has been featured in several Hollywood films over the years. Most notably, the Great Gatsby, True Lies, and Amistad.

Despite it’s lush grandeur, Rosecliff has a warm and inviting vibe making you and your guests feel right at home. 


Rosecliff’s position as the soical hotspot of the day was, unfortunately, rather short-lived. Tessie’s husband, Hermann passed away a few short years after construction was completed. Tessie continued to live in Rosecliff until her passing in 1920. Her son Hermann inherited the property until its sale in 1941.

By 1942, the home had fallen into decay.  The result of being left unoccupied and not properly winterized, the pipes burst on the second floor flooding the home. The grand Rococo-style staircase was a giant, frozen waterfall and the ballroom ceiling cracked and caved.

Fortunately, Rosecliff’s history would take a turn for the better. In 1947, Mr. and Mrs. J Edgar Monroe purchased the home and occupied the mansion each summer for 20 years until ultimately donating it to the Preservation Society of Newport County along with a large trust fund to preserve the home. 


Wedding ceremonies are held outside on the back lawn. Dramatically set on the shores of the Atlantic and flanked on both side by Newport’s stately mansions, the back lawn is a dream-like spot to exchange your vows. You’ll enjoy the same feeling mingling with your guests and sipping on your signature cocktails on the back terrace. Receptions are held in the grand ballroom which comfortably accommodates up to 180 guests for dinner and dancing. The Salon, adjacent to the Ballroom, provides additional dinner seating for 90 guests. The Salon can also be utilized as a ceremony space (with a capacity of 130) in the event of rain.


My mother collected antiques. And when she added new pieces, she would always tell me the story behind each one. That’s what I love about Rosecliff – the story. I love the idea of being in a home that’s had occupants and guests dating back to the early 1900’s. Being there is like being a part of history.

I’m also inspired by beauty and Rosecliff, with it’s period architecture and stunning setting, is a feast for my senses. 

My favorite aspect of the home though is the intimate setting inside. I really enjoy photographing weddings that place an emphasis on spending time with friends and family. And Rosecliff’s warm, cozy setting really fosters a sense of closeness and togetherness.


If you envision a historic mansion setting for your wedding day, then Rosecliff Mansion is hands down your ideal venue. With its historic architecture, dramatic setting, and intimate interior, Rosecliff is dream fantasy wedding come true. 

Aside from Rosecliff itself, getting married in Newport, RI is an experience. Newport has long been a fun-filled summer destination. From it’s storied history to the Newport Jazz Fest to it’s own ATP Tour Tournament to a miriad of annual sailing events, Newport, RI draws a steady stream of tourists and vacationers a like. 

It’s a perfect spot for a destination wedding!  


Can you get married at Rosecliff?

  • Fortunately, yes! You can have your wedding at Rosecliff Mansion. 

How much does it cost to get married at Rosecliff Mansion?

How much is Rosecliff mansion worth?

  • Rosecliff was originally built in 1902 for $2.5 Million. Today it’s worth over $70 Million.

What movies were filmed in the Rosecliff mansion?

  • The Great Gatsby, True Lies, 27 Dresses, and Amistad.


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Guide to Stone Acres Farm Wedding Venue Stonington, CT

Guide to Stone Acres Farm Wedding Venue Stonington, CT

Located in the historic coastal town of Stonington, CT, Stone Acres Farm is a beautiful and bucolic setting for your wedding ceremony and reception. The Farm’s manor house, historic gardens, and rolling meadows offer an elegant and rustic setting for your big day.

Stone Acres Farm is a versatile venue that can host intimate indoor gatherings as small as 20 or outdoor tented celebrations for up to 250. The 65-acre property has a variety of locations to accommodate the various aspects of your day. Have your ceremony in the formal garden, enjoy cocktail hour on the front lawn of the manor house, sneak away for some photos amongst the boxwoods and rolling meadows, and, of course, dine and dance the night away under a beautiful celebration tent. 


Stone Acres Farm has a long and storied history. Originally a dairy farm, the property has been in continual operation since before the Revolutionary War. The ornamental gardens and greenhouses date back to the early 19th century. The gazebo, fish pond, and rose arbors located in the formal garden were first built in the late 1800s. The Manor House, originally built by prominent local physician, Dr. Charles Phelps in 1765, remains a remarkable example of late federal period Victorian architecture with many original architectural details still intact. 

A wedding at Stone Acres Farm is truly an historic event!


The Manor House at Stone Acres has rooms available for both the bride and groom’s getting ready preparations. The bride and her bridesmaids are typically upstairs in the bridal suite for hair and makeup and getting dressed. The rooms are spacious and have plenty of natural light. The groom and his groomsmen are usually downstairs on the main floor of the house. The parlor room, situated just inside the front entrance of the house, is the primary space for the guys to put on their finishing touches. Like the upstairs rooms, the main floor of the house has large windows and lots of natural light. 


Stone Acres Farms feels like three separate venues in one. It’s one of the few outdoor venues where each portion of your day takes place in different and distinct area … all within close proximity. The rose garden, enclosed by the farm’s famous boxwood hedges, has a warm, secluded, and elegant vibe. The front lawn of the Manor House is the ideal spot for an open air cocktail hour (with a shaded area should the summer temperatures prove to be a bit warm). The reception tent area, adjacent to the garden and front of the manor house, is nestled amongst the meadows of the farm and is framed by the property’s stone walls and tree line. 


An old historic manor house, a romantic rose garden, wide open fields, rustic stone walls, and a tent reception. I mean, come on! What’s not to like! Seriously though, I love the variety that Stone Acres Farm offers. An abundance of architectural details and natural window light inside and plenty of spaces for photographs outside, there are so many options for us photographers to take advantage of. I also love the freedom of movement you have throughout the grounds. Photographers love open spaces and Stone Acres Farm has a ton of it. 


If you envision a rustic outdoor setting for your wedding day, then Stone Acres Farms just might be your ideal venue. With its historic architecture, open spaces, and secluded nooks and crannies, Stone Acres Farms has a space to match all the feelings you’ll have throughout your day. Want a roomy but cozy vibe while you’re getting ready? The Manor House fits the bill. Want an intimate and romantic space to say “I Do”? Look no further than the rose garden. Want to mix and mingle with your guests while you sip a cocktail? The front lawn of the house is perfect. How about some romantic sunset portraits? The open field next to the tent gets bathed in late day sun. Wanna let your hair down and show off your dance moves? That’s what the tent is for! Stone Acres Farm truly has it all!


According to Here Comes the Guide, site rental starts at $13,500. Rental includes white garden chairs, tables, and an on-site events coordinator, Sperry celebration tent, power, basic lighting, and restroom trailer. Additional design items, including the catering tent, dance floor and upgraded lighting packages can be coordinated through the Stone Acres staff. Couples will be responsible for catering, music, photography, flowers, decor, any other vendor couples want to include in their wedding day.

To get pricing information, please contact Stone Acres Farms through their website.


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A Guide to Box House Hotel Weddings in Brooklyn, NY

A Guide to Box House Hotel Weddings in Brooklyn, NY

Box House Hotel weddings in Brooklyn, NY are a city lover’s dream! Located just off the East River in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood, the Box House Hotel is a boutique hotel offering a unique mix of old-school Brooklyn with a modern, hip vibe. 

Originally a door and window factory, the Box House was completely reimagined and renovated. During the remodeling process, the Box House had four stories added on allowing guests the option to experience a modern hotel stay or a historic loft-like experience complete with industrial factory details and high ceilings.

With it’s hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, antique furniture, and, local Brooklyn artist, Kip Jacobs, commissioned paintings, the decor throughout the hotel is eclectic, bright, and fun while maintaining a decidedly warm and homey feeling. 

And, saving the best for last, the rooftop of the Box House has beautiful 360 degree views of the Manhattan skyline. Who wouldn’t want to say “I Do” at the Box House Hotel!? 

What I Love about Box House Hotel Weddings as a Photographer

As a wedding photographer in Fairfield, CT, I love to photograph weddings in/around the five boroughs. As a former upper east sider, a regular dose of city life keeps me sane 🙂 And Brooklyn is fast becoming my new favorite destination for weddings. There are so many cool hotels and venue spaces in Brookyln!

I really enjoy having some variety when I photograph and the Box House Hotel has a bunch of different nooks and crannies to take advantage of. The lobby is gorgeous and the rooms are super hip with tons of natural window light. Outside the hotel, you can stroll around the local streets for an urban, city-style shoot and take advantage of the hotels’ vintage Yellow Checker Taxi Cab that’s parked right out front. 

And, of course, you simply can’t beat the Box House Hotels’ rooftop space! Whether you have your ceremony and reception on the rooftop, or just your reception, you and your guests will simply be wowed by the views. It’s a breathtaking spot and a photographer’s dream!

Box House Hotel Wedding Ceremony and Reception Locations

The Box House has a few venue options for your wedding.

  • Meeting Space 206 35 guests seated
  • Lobby Restaurant: 50 seated guests; 100 standing guests
  • Rooftop: 220 seated guests (with a band); 250 seated guests (with a DJ)
  • Penthouse: 20 guests seated; 35 standing guests

The Rooftop space is, obviously, the hotel’s feature wedding space. In a word, it’s stunning. You get the best of all worlds on the rooftop – open air, city views, and that undeniable Brooklyn vibe. It’s even cooler in the evening with the glow of the city lights and the sounds of the city streets below. 

Why you’ll love the Box House Hotel for Your Wedding Day

Who wouldn’t want to get married on a rooftop in Brooklyn, NY!? Seriously! If you’re a city-girl or city-guy and have a vision for a New York style wedding then Box House is definitely a contender. From a photographer’s perspective, Box House offers ample space for your ceremony and reception, an open-air, al fresco setting, and gorgeous city views. All of which make for some picture-perfect backdrops for photos!

Box House Hotel Wedding FAQ

Box House Hotel Reviews

There are over 100 Reviews on The Knot and Wedding Wire for the Box House Hotel.Check these out to see what real couples had to say about their wedding experience at the Box House Hotel. 

Box House Hotel Wedding Packages

According to Here Comes the Guide, weddings at the Box House Hotel can range between $25k – $80k depending on your guest count and the package you choose. For a more accurate estimate, contact the Box House Hotel Events or email directly at

What is Included The Venue Fee for Rooftop Weddings?

According to the Box House Hotel Events website. The venue fee includes the following: Setup & breakdown of the space, retractable roof awning, Heating & Air conditioning, Security, Glass sliding windows, Various tables, Chairs, Flatware, Glassware, White linens, Intimate string lighting, Coat check, Candles, Vintage checker cab, Menu printing, Full service planning and coordination.

Is There Parking Available On Site? 

There is ample street parking at Box House Hotel for guests. On weekends there are no alternate side of the street parking regulations. Valet can also be provided at an additional cost.

What additional services do you provide for weddings?
Per Box House Events, the following services are provided: All food, beverage, event staff, planner, day of coordination, and a
tasting of food and beverage options are provided by the BHH.

What are the Coordinator’s duties?
Per Box House Events, Planners/Coordinators are responsible for: Point person for anything involving the venue and the wedding, Floor plan consultation and design, Generates a detailed timeline for the event, Coordinates a tasting of food & beverage options, Facilitate all meetings and walkthroughs with outside vendors, such as DJ, band, photographer, videographer, florist, etc., Finalizes all logistics relating to the wedding, Execute a detailed schedule for your wedding ceremony and reception, Organize floorplan, Inform your vendors where everything will be placed and provide them a detailed timeline of events, Ensures that linens, décor, flowers, etc. are setup according to your

Are there any additional costs aside from the food & beverage costs and the venue fee?
Per Box House, in addition to our Venue and Food and Beverage costs, there is a 22% administration fee and 8.875% NY state sales tax.

Additional FAQ’s

Box House Hotel Events has an extensive list of FAQ’s on their website. You can also download a copy right here – Box House Hotel FAQ (opens PDF)

Box House Hotel Wedding Photos

Eva and Nico’s Wedding at Box house Hotel. Second shooting for Beth Zink Photography.


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Guide to the New Haven Lawn Club Wedding Venue

Guide to the New Haven Lawn Club Wedding Venue

New Haven Lawn Club weddings in New Haven, CT, are in a stately, Georgian-style mansion with a rich history. Originally founded in 1891 by a group of prominent New Haven families, the club has evolved from its early days as a ‘lawn tennis’ club into what is now a full service country club and event facility catering to its members and the public for events and functions. 

Designed by the local New Haven Architectural Firm, Douglas Orr and Associates, New Haven Lawn Club’s aesthetics are reminiscent of the gilded age styling of its time and offer a tranquil setting for your big day. Not only is it stunning with its exterior brick facade, manicured gardens and its interior art deco decor throughout, but it’s also convenient for guests due to its close proximity to New Haven’s hotels, museums, and, of course, Yale University. 

Everything in this article is written based on information from the venue itself, and my 15 years of experience as a Connecticut wedding photographer.

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What I Love About New Haven Lawn Club Weddings as a Photographer

New Haven Lawn Club in New Haven, CT really stands out as a venue that’s both super convenient and impressively beautiful with an understated elegance. Located on Whitney Avenue, and just a short walk from Yale’s Peabody Museum, I like to think of the Lawn Club as a hidden gem right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown New Haven. 

From a photography standpoint, it’s a dream. The front lawn and the entryway portico offer a stunning backdrop for portraits. Inside, the club has a rich interior with marble floors throughout and floor to ceiling windows that make for some very dramatic lighting. The main ballroom features a gorgeous vaulted ceiling and period chandeliers that really put a unique stamp on the space. Despite its grandeur, New Haven Lawn Club offers a warm and intimate setting for anyone wanting a wedding that feels both grand and relaxed.

Why You’ll Love This Venue

According to guest reviews, The New Haven Lawn Club is a hit. Couples, guests, and industry vendors (myself included), not only rave about the space, but the Lawn Club Fine Catering team as well. Christine, The Director of Weddings at the Club, is hands-down one of the top wedding coordinators in the state, Adam, the Executive Chef is as talented as they come, and the management and staff treat your event like you’re sitting down to a gourmet meal at a 5-star restaurant.

New Haven Lawn Club Wedding Ceremony and Reception Locations

The Ballroom

With a capacity of 200 guests (with a dancefloor), The Ballroom is the Club’s original social gathering room. It’s a magnificent space with hardwood floors, a 25-foot barrel-vaulted ceiling decorated with star accents, floor-to-ceiling windows, a large wood-burning fireplace with a period-style mantle to ceiling mirror, four Austrian Art Deco crystal chandeliers, crystal wall sconces, a built-in stage, and a terrace overlooking the tennis courts. I’ve been photographing weddings in Connecticut for over 15 years and I can tell you from experience, The Ballroom is an absolutely gorgeous space for your ceremony and reception.

The Main Dining Room

The Club’s original member’s dining room, a bright room with two wood-burning fireplaces, three spectacular Waterford crystal chandeliers, regency columns with benches framing the dining area, a black and ochre checkered terrazzo floor, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the tennis courts, and doors that open out onto a terrace overlooking the tennis courts. Perfect for pre-dinner cocktail receptions and smaller wedding ceremonies. Capacity – standing 250; Seated 110. 

Included Amenities for Weddings at New Haven Lawn Club

At New Haven Lawn Club, you’ll have the chosen ceremony and reception spaces all to yourself in the evening. They’ve got you covered with on-site tables, chairs, and furnishings, so you won’t have to sweat the small stuff. There are on-site dressing rooms for your hair and makeup. The bride and her bridesmaids are typically in The Lounge and the groom and his groomsmen are usually in the Lower Card Room. 

Estimated Wedding Costs at New Haven Lawn Club

According to Wedding Spot, the site fee is $3,000 for a reception and includes 5 hours of event time excluding set up and clean up time. The ceremony fee is $2,000. Additional hours can be arranged for a fee of $950/hr. For more information, contact the New Haven Lawn Club on their catering website.

New Haven Lawn Club Wedding FAQ’s

New Haven Lawn Club Reviews

There are over 80 5-Star Reviews on The Knot for New Haven Lawn ClubAnd over 100 5-Star Reviews on Wedding Wire for New Haven Lawn Club.

New Haven Lawn Club Wedding Packages

According to Wedding Spot, wedding receptions with 50 guests at New Haven Lawn Club start at STARTING AT $17,975

Is There Parking On Site? 

Yes. There is ample parking at New Haven Lawn Club for guests. Buses are permitted.

What Is the Backup Plan for Rain?

Ceremonies are held inside the main ballroom so there is no need for a backup plan should it rain on your wedding day. 

Can You Do a Sparkler Exit at New Haven Lawn Club?

Yes, you can! See the photos below.  

New Haven Lawn Club Wedding Photos


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The Inn at Longshore. A Westport, CT Classic.

The Inn at Longshore. A Westport, CT Classic.

The Inn at Longshore Wedding


The Inn at Longshore is one of the best Westport, CT wedding venues you can find and one of the few CT shoreline wedding venues in the state. Its setting on the shores of the Long Island Sound make it one of the most sought after wedding venues for couples planning a summer wedding with a coastal vibe. If you are looking for wedding venues in CT on the water, look no further than The Inn at Longshore. 

Category: Banquet Hall / Historic Inn

Features: Outdoor ceremony; outdoor cocktail; shorefront; water views; large capacity

Website and Address: The Inn at Longshore 260 Compo Rd S, Westport, CT 06880

Getting Ready Accommodations at The Inn at Longshore

The Inn at Longshore features a bridal suite upstairs in the Inn so you can have your hair and makeup done onsite as well as store away any of your personal items during the day. Having an on-site getting ready option is really nice convenience for brides and their bridal party making your logistics of the day much simpler and less stressful. 

Ceremony at The Inn at Longshore

Outdoor wedding ceremony on the lawn of The Inn at Longshore in Westport, CT

If you have your heart set on an outdoor wedding ceremony in Connecticut with ocean breezes, The Inn at Longhshore is the perfect place for your nuptials. The Inn features a large lawn that stretches right up to the inlet of the Saugatuck River on the Long Island Sound – an ideal spot for an outdoor wedding ceremony. 

Cocktails and Reception at The Inn at Longshore

Wedding receptions are always elegant and fun at The Inn at Longshore in Westport, CT

The Inn features indoor/outdoor options for your after-ceremony celebration. The outdoor patio is perfect for an al fresco cocktail hour. Receptions are held inside the Inn’s ballroom which can accommodate up to 300 guests. But don’t let the large size fool you, The Inn at Longshore maintains a warm and intimate ambiance no matter the size of your wedding.

The Inn is managed by OntheMarc Events, one of the top event management and catering companies in Connecticut. Rest assured that you and your guests will be well taken care of throughout your experience at The Inn at Longshore – and their food is always outstanding!

Locations for Inn at Longshore Wedding Photos

The Inn at Longshore has plenty of options for stunning bridal photos on your wedding day

The Inn at Longshore offers quite a bit of options for your bridal photos. You can have your pick of Long Island Sound views, beach front access, tree lined grounds, or even ‘tee it up’ on the nearby golf course. 

Inn at Longshore Wedding Cost

The starting rate for peak season rentals is $500. Please inquire with The Inn at Longshore for more detailed pricing information.  

My Take

Nothing says Westport, CT Wedding quite like The Inn at Longshore. It’s a staple in the local Westport/Fairfield, CT area. And for good reason. You can’t beat the setting – the perfect mix of elegant New England charm and relaxed beachfront vibes.

Personally, I love the intimate feel that the Inn embodies. It’s one of the few venues of its size in the state that feels like a warm, cozy living room … and with waterfront views to boot! 

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Outdoor photograph of a bride and groom walking along the water at the American Yacht Club in Rye, NY by Jeff Lundstrom Photography