As a wedding photographer, we have years of experience shooting various locations and venues in the New York Metro Area (literally – we’ve photographed over 300 weddings!). When navigating the wedding planning process, it can be so difficult to figure out venues, vendors, logistics, and budgets. That being said, we thought it would be helpful to give some information based on our experience photographing weddings at Foxfire Mountain House. See all the details below!
Just a few hours' from NYC, Foxfire Mountain House feels like a world away. Set on 10.5 acres of gorgeous Catskills landscape, your guests will feel transported to a serene space for a big party in the mountains. You'll be able to be on-site for the entire weekend, with a rehearsal dinner/welcome party and sendoff breakfast with up to 28 people staying on the property. This is rare for a Catskills wedding venue and amazing to have a weekend celebration!
If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind Catskills wedding venue with an all-inclusive yet personalized experience, look no further than Foxfire Mountain House. All catering is provided in-house, including staffing, beautiful tables and chairs, linens, and standard rentals. You'll meet with the chef personally to plan the menu for your event, with all of your favorite foods and locally sourced ingredients. This means you can rest assured the team supporting your event will be experienced and personal.
You can have up to 125 guests for a seated dinner and ceremony at this venue. Up to 28 of your close friends and family can stay on-site in exclusive accommodations, with full access to all 10.5 acres of facilities for the weekend.
Even better, their incredible full-time Director of Events coordinates all wedding planning in the months leading up to the day, negating the need for additional planning services and supporting you by your side on the big day.
While the flowers may fade, the guests may go home, and your gown goes into the closet….your photos are the one thing from your wedding that holds its value. It’s not just about having someone with a professional camera to come and simply document your wedding.
You don’t want to scroll back through your photos and think “Yup, that’s what the day looked like.” You want to hold your photos in your hands and say, “This is what the day felt like.”
Investing in a photographer that can truly capture the ambience and love in your day. From the in-between candid moments between you and your partner to the laughs of your college best friends during the cocktail hour, every moment matters. A photographer who can not only capture these memories but also make you feel at ease and comfortable is the best investment you can make.