Tying the Knot in Industrial Style at Basilica Hudson

The newlyweds wanted something unique they could make their own.


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Photo Credit: Day for Night Productions

Basilica Hudson is one of the Hudson Valley’s truly unique venues. A foundry-turned-wedding venue, it boasts tons of charm and total flexibility. That meant it was perfect for Christina and Paul, who knew they didn’t want to tie the knot in a hotel ballroom. “We wanted something unique that we could make our own,” says Christina. “By the time we left [Basilica Hudson], we knew we did not want to get married anywhere else.” To emphasize the venue’s natural charm, the couple kept the decor simple and brought in small trees and greenery to soften up the industrial feel.

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Photography: Day for Night Productions, Rhinebeck; 845.551.1604; www.dayfornightproductions.com | Venue: Basilica Hudson, Hudson; www.basilicahudson.org | Day-of Coordinator: Sage Newkirk of Hudson Valley Ceremonies, Rhinebeck: 845.244.1482; www.hudsonvalleyceremonies.com | Florist: A Night in Bloom, Kingston; 845.802.0750; www.anightinbloom.com | Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas; www.weddingpaperdivas.com | Dress: Amy Kuschel (www.amykuschel.com) purchased at Gabriella New York Bridal Salon, New York; 212.206.1915; www.gabriellanewyork.com | Hair & Makeup: LaV Beauty, Ulster Park; 845.339.3368; www.lavbeauty.com


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