Bausha and Adama’s Romantic Upstate New York Wedding
Being a Manhattan based wedding planner, we have been all over the city, Brooklyn, and even Jersey City. But let’s not forget some of the most amazing views and towns can be found the more you travel Upstate, and we did just that for Bausha and Adama’s romantic end-of-summer wedding! Nestled amidst the picturesque Hudson Valley lies a hidden gem that serves as the perfect backdrop for a dreamy, romantic wedding. The Roundhouse, with its rustic charm and idyllic surroundings, recently hosted to the celebration of love between Bausha and Adama. The venue’s signature circular architecture, exposed brick walls, and large windows overlooking a cascading waterfall make it a magical place for couples seeking a unique and memorable wedding experience.
This couple’s love story was like a bouquet of red roses – vibrant, passionate, and filled with promise. Red roses have long been a symbol of love and desire, making them the perfect choice for this wedding’s floral theme. From the bride’s bouquet to the red rose lined aisle, to the centerpieces adorning the reception tables, the rich red blooms added the perfect touch of timeless elegance to their special day. Dirt & Co. definitely understood the assignment! The couple exchanged their vows in an intimate ceremony outdoors overlooking the picturesque waterfall, with the serene sound of flowing water serving as the soundtrack to their love story after the harpist played them down the aisle.
As the sun dipped below the horizon, casting a warm glow over the venue, guests were invited to the reception area. The ambiance was electric, with the room adorned in shades of red, complete with the love and happiness pouring out of all of the guests in attendance. Tables were decorated with red rose centerpieces and candlelit accents, exuding a romantic allure that captivated everyone as they entered through the giant sliding barn doors. The party vibes were immaculate as the newlyweds took to the dance floor for their first dance. Surrounded by their loved ones, the newlyweds swayed to a carefully chosen song that perfectly encapsulated their love story. After the first dance, the mother of the groom gets her special moment to dance with her once “little man”, and boy did she deliver! Adama and his mother got down on that dance floor and looked like they were having the best time together. Following this is when, traditionally, the bride’s father would take his little girls’ hand and escort her to the dancefloor. Unfortunately, this was not the case for our bride as her father passed away a few years back. However, this did not deter everyone from taking a few moments to talk about him, complete with a special performance of his favorite song and Bausha’s mother getting up to dance with her. There was not a dry eye on the house and there is no doubt he was in the room that night, with his hands on his daughters’ shoulders as the evening’s toasts continued. All of these special moments were captured by the ever-talented McKenzie Miller Films and Lev Kuperman Photography. After dinner had come to an end, the couple excused themselves to change into traditional garb, and re-entered the reception to partake in the Money Dance! DJ Trumastr lit up that dancefloor for the next two hours.
Bausha and Adama’s wedding at the Roundhouse in Upstate New York was a testament to the power of love, the beauty of roses, and the joy of celebrating with friends and family. It was a day filled with romance, laughter, dancing, and unforgettable memories. As the evening came to a close, and the stars twinkled overhead, the newlyweds left their wedding knowing that they had not only celebrated their love but had finally come together to join their two families together. The Roundhouse, with its unique charm and party-ready ambiance, had set the stage for a love story that would forever be etched in their hearts, and us at Alinato could not be more grateful to get a glimpse into the love these two shares.
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