Round Hill House Wedding of Stephanie and Dave

4.25.10 We scarcely had time to get to know Stephanie and Dave before their wedding ceremony and reception at

Spring Wedding Cake

Photo by Steph

Round Hill House in Washingtonville, NY, but watching them and the love they shared with their guests told me all I needed to know. This couple is fun and loving, the kind of friends you want to keep forever.

It was a beautiful spring wedding despite the drizzle outside, “Sunday Funday,” as it was dubbed by Stephanie. What an amazing and strikingly beautiful bride! Before dinner was even served she dragged her girlfriends to the dance floor to sing along with, “Hey, Soul Sister” by Train.

THE DETAILS: Blush tulips graced the tables named after special places and moments in the newlyweds’ lives. The bridesmaids wore dark purple dresses—with pockets!—and carried stunning bouquets of orange Gerber daisies and purple flowers. The favors were tulle wrapped bulbs in flowers pots. A monogram cake topper and flowers to match the bouquets. Photos of Stephanie and Dave smiling and laughing adorned the mantle above the lit fireplaces.

Stephanie and her brother danced to, “Isn’t She Lovely,” by Stevie Wonder, while Dave and his mother enjoyed, “I Hope You Dance,” by Leann Womack.

Round Hill House outdid themselves (as usual) with a delicious buffet and wedding cake followed by a chocolate fountain. In addition, we got to make friends with photographer (and fellow former DJ) Pete, Julie and Bruno, the photo/video team.

More than anything, I was struck by how close this group was with each other and the certainty that they will be in each others lives forever. Thanks for letting us share your day, guys!

Round Hill House

Photos by InfocusNYC Photography

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