Dreams Come True, a Cinderella Wedding

The Lippincott Manor has a reputation of being a smaller venue, slightly off the beaten path with beautiful Hudson Valley views and amazing service. The biggest perk of using a smaller venue host your wedding is the attention that you can be given at these one-event-per-day venues. While there are other venues that boast the same type of scheduling plan, the Lippincott Manor takes pride in the individual attention and customization that they give to each and every wedding that is hosted on their grounds.

Customization is key when considering how to make your wedding day the most memorable. For most girls, they imagine growing up to have a wedding where they wear a big, beautiful dress on one of the most beautiful and special days of their lives. Looking up to their childhood icon, the princess, many brides look for the Cinderella — or Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Ariel, or Jasmine (hey, every girl has their favorite) — ┬áprincess dress. Some brides may even go as far as recreating the beloved fairy tale for their day.

Last week’s wedding at Lippincott Manor, united Jennifer and Jamie Crabtree with the wedding that the bride always dreamed of and the owner of Lippincott Manor, Tricia Van Dyk, served as fairy godmother, when she created this Cinderella-inspired event. Carried in by a horse-drawn carriage the princess had married her prince in a day that only dreams are made of. Set alongside the beautiful views of the Hudson Valley on a gorgeous spring day, the event was picture perfect for the royalty-inspired wedding.

So whatever your dreams are, the Lippincott Manor will try to recreate them for your day. And they can guarantee that at midnight,  there will be no pumpkins.

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