Chris and Allison | Belhurst Castle Wedding

by | Aug 26, 2014 | Destination Weddings | 0 comments

Interview with the bride

Bride looks back on her wedding day

Maria: How long was your engagement? Do you feel that was enough time to plan all of the details of your wedding day?

Allison: Chris and I were engaged a little over a year. This would have been more than enough time had we not procrastinated!


Maria: Why did you choose Belhurst Castle as your venue?

Allison: Chris is well aware of my love of Disney movies and wanted to find a venue to make me feel like a princess for a day.


Maria: What was your favorite moment from your wedding day?

Allison: My favorite moment was walking down the aisle towards the love of my life surrounded by all the people we care about.

Maria: What was the biggest obstacle you faced while planning your wedding or on the wedding day?

Allison: All of the choices we had to make; this is not for the indecisive!


Maria: Is there anything you would change, looking back at your wedding day?

Allison: Nothing! It was perfect!


Maria: Any advice to future brides while they plan their wedding?

Allison: If your wedding is outside, skip the heels altogether! I kept sinking into the ground.

Vendor Information

Information on those who helped make this day a success.

Florist: RockCastle Florist, Canandaigua, NY

Cake: Sweets by Marie, Farmington, NY

Hair: Rogers Hair Craft, Lakeville, NY

Dress Designer: Justin Alexander

Dress Store: New York Bride, North Syracuse, NY

Shoes: Betsy Johnson

Men’s Attire: Tuxedo Junction

Coordinator: Amber Corbin/Jo at Belhurst Castle

DJ/Band: Whirlin’ Disc Djs

Getting Ready

Getting ready was done at the site of the ceremony and reception which was Belhurst Castle.


The ceremony was held on the lawn overlooking the lake in Geneva, NY at Belhurst Castle.

Wedding Portraits

Portraits were done on the property grounds of Belhurst Castle.


Reception was done in the addition to the actual historic Belhurst Castle. The cocktail hour was located on the back patio and lawn of the historic hotel. It was so much fun photographing the family surprise the bride and groom with a choreographed routine to the popular song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams.


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