Lace Factory Wedding Video | Courtney & John | Deep River, CT
Lace Factory Wedding Video
What do you get when you combine the industrial vintage vibes of The Lace Factory, the historical charm and awe of the Essex Steam Train, and some incredibly unique touches & details provided by Courtney and the team at Pearl Weddings & Events? An an incredibly personal, and spirit filled wedding day in Deep River, Connecticut. Our first opportunity to film a Lace Factory Wedding Video.
Our day with Courtney & John started in Essex, Connecticut at the Essex Steam Train yard. John and his groomsmen got ready at the train station built in 1892 with the awe-inspiring backdrop of the steam engines. The incredible steam engine took John and most of the wedding guests a few miles down river to The Lace Factory for the ceremony & reception. The Lace Factory, built in the late 1800’s was first a local shipbuilding yard, and then a location where ivory was delivered for local piano factories. Today it stands as an incredibly unique venue for weddings & events, complete with guest spaces, outdoor gardens and an amazing reception area with exposed white brick, gigantic windows and all the charm of an 1800’s era industrial building.
Courtney & John’s ceremony was one we won’t soon forget. With worship music played by some of their closest friends, an incredibly emotional reaction when John saw Courtney for the first time. They also included an intimate feet washing ceremony, and some truly memorable vows that had guests equally laughing and crying throughout. Couple all of these amazing moments with getting to hang out with the incredible vendor team noted below, and it had all of the makings for a truly memorable day. We were honored to be a part of it.
Videography: New England Creative | Photography: Elizabeth Grant Photography | Venue: The Lace Factory | Planning: Pearl Weddings & Events | DJ: Powerstation Events | Catering: Cloud Nine Catering | Florals: Jakkelyn Iris | Hair & Makeup: Gallery Salon | Cake: Marketplace Kitchen | Dress Boutique: Everthine Bridal | Dress: Anna Campbell Bridal | Transportation: Essex Steam Train