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The Shift to Intimate Weddings
Despite the pandemic, over 1 million weddings were held in the US in 2020. The weddings themselves were necessarily more intimate than usual.

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Love Won't Wait: Weddings in the Time of COVID

Couples on Getting Hitched Amid a Pandemic
We talk to couples who tied the knot mid-pandemic—those who decided not to wait, swapping intricate feasts and elaborate parties for slimmed-down nuptials.

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Weddings Winners

The 2020 Chronogrammies winners in the Wedding category.

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Officiant Spotlight: Pastor Tobias Anderson

A spotlight on Pastor Tobias Anderson, Chronogrammies winner in the Wedding category.

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Wedding Venue Spotlight: Red Maple Vineyard

Whether you’re going to be showing up early in sweats to do your own floral arranging or you want a seamless, stress-free wedding package where you don’t have to lift a finger, our readers concur: Red Maple Vineyard is a fabulous place to tie the knot.

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Popular Hudson Valley Wedding Venues Await Reopening

Stuck in limbo, popular Hudson Valley wedding venues are dealing with their closures by finding alternative income
In the past decade, the Hudson Valley has become a hot destination for weddings, offering venues in every flavor from American pastoral to industrial chic.

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6 Bucolic Wedding Venues in Delaware County

If you have caught on to the barn wedding fever, Delaware County is a dream destination, with a variety of spacious, dressed-up barns that have been outfitted with chandeliers and dance floors, while maintaining the worn-in charm that comes with exposed wood and handmade furniture.

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Chapel Restoration: Cold Spring's Riverside Cultural Mecca

When this little riverside chapel first opened in 1834, people came by riverboat to see the first Catholic church north of Manhattan and the West Point band made the mountains ring. These days, it's a cornucopia of ecumenical culture — complete with a pipe organ and some of the most slammin' sunset views the Hudson Valley can offer. Come get to know The Chapel Restoration.

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9 of the Best Places to Get Married in Ulster County

From rustic barns to quaint farmhouses, historic manors, and converted factories, Ulster County has some of the best wedding venues in the Hudson Valley. Here are nine of our favorite places to tie the knot.

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6 Swoon-Worthy Putnam County Wedding Venues

Planning your Hudson Valley wedding? These six venues in Putnam County offer a blend of downstate convenience and upstate scenery, including sweeping views of the Hudson River and the Catskill. Whether your wedding fantasy involves a country club, a farm, or an historic mansion, whether you want waterside casual with a barbecue smoking or black-tie elegance beneath a crystal chandelier, these six versatile venues are ready to help you bring the day (or weekend) of your dreams to vivid life.

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2020 Picks for Best Hudson Valley Wedding Venues

We’ve rounded up 16 of our favorite Hudson Valley wedding venues for 2020 across four categories: waterfront, historic, working farm, and locally sourced menus.

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Seasonal Wedding Catering 101

Working with a Hudson Valley caterer who focuses on seasonality, like Kingston's Blue Mountain Bistro-To-Go, is a little different from working with caterers whose menus are the same all year round. Here are three tips to help you get ahead.

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Petal Pushers: 8 Hudson Valley Floral Designers Who Will Make Your Wedding Bloom

For couples tying the knot in 2020, early winter is peak period for seeking out vendors. We’ve rounded up Hudson Valley floral stylists that will make your wedding, er, bloom.

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5 Reasons Weddings in the Hudson Valley Are More Fun

For city-dwellers, New York City might be home – but it’s not necessarily where they want to get married. Instead, many couples are ditching their beloved city and taking the Metro North so they can tie the knot in beautiful Hudson Valley.

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Wedding Crashers Heads North to Basilica Hudson to Help You Plan Your Hudson Valley Wedding

After 10 years of throwing their celebrated event in Brooklyn, Wedding Crashers, produced by Brooklyn Based, are throwing their first-ever Hudson Valley Wedding Crashers Fair at Basilica Hudson (a much-sought after wedding venue itself) on September 8 from 1-6pm.

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Newburgh Mall Carnival @ Newburgh Mall

Newburgh Mall Carnival

Thu., June 17, 5-10 p.m., Fri., June 18, 5-11 p.m., Sat., June 19, 12-11 p.m., Sun., June 20, 12-10 p.m., Mon., June 21, 5-10 p.m., Tue., June 22, 5-10 p.m., Wed., June 23, 5-10 p.m., Thu., June 24, 5-10 p.m., Fri., June 25, 5-11 p.m., Sat., June 26, 12-11 p.m. and Sun., June 27, 12-10 p.m. — Enjoy midway fun for the whole family with rides and games for...
Manitoga: Design • Art • Nature Tour @ MANITOGA / The Russel Wright Design Center

Manitoga: Design • Art • Nature Tour

Mondays, Fridays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 12-1:30, 1-2:30 & 2-3:30 p.m. Continues through Nov. 8 — Visit MANITOGA, the House, Studio and Woodland Garden of pioneer industrial designer,...

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