5 Beautiful Wedding Venues in New York and Connecticut
Are you thinking about getting married outside of the city? In the state of New York, Connecticut? The burbs!
Regardless of whether you’re planning an intimate celebration of your love for one another surrounded by your nearest and dearest, or an elegant and sophisticated black-tie affair with every single person you know, the options you have in upstate New York are incredible!
Some of the most gorgeous scenery surround many of the venues you will find in the area. From impressive castles to sun kissed vineyards and stunningly beautiful gardens, the locations look like fairytale venues straight out of a movie.
We have put together a variety of our favorite locations; we believe make gorgeous options for you and your soulmate.
Every one of these venues looks equally magical all year round. Spring, summer, autumn, winter; be prepared for exquisite wedding photos!
Wedding Venues in New York – each one listed below Rabbi Andrea, Jewish Wedding officiated weddings and bar bat mitzvahs. Including Renewal of Vows for a 50th Wedding Anniversary.
C.V. Rich Mansion, White Plains, New York
The ballroom, the outdoor property, the warm and inviting historic rooms all serves the needs for small, along with large guest lists.
Burning Tree Country Club, Greenwich, Connecticut
This country club is the perfect spot for weddings and mitzvahs! The staff and event space is superb! Every room is, and the grounds is beautiful for photographs and making your life cycle ceremony memories.
Wainwright House, Rye, New York
A couple celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary called upon Rabbi Andrea to officiate. Their grown children, spouses, grandchildren and good friends all joined them at the Wainwright House. They nestle it in the village of Rye with views of the Long Island Sound.
Wave Hill, Bronx, New York
The gardens and veranda is picturesque. The indoor historic building is majestic for your wedding chuppah ceremony.
The Garrison, Garrison, New York
The outdoor ceremony garden with its focal point and unforgettable sunset views of the Hudson Valley.
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Rabbi Andrea Frank, Jewish Wedding Rabbi cannot wait to hear everything about your proposal and the wedding of your dreams! Based in the Tri-state area, she is looking forward to hearing from you. Please get in touch with her directly through the contact form on this website.
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