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Miranda and Tyler’s Elegant and Vintage Spring Wedding at the Appel Inn.

Captured & submitted by Courtney Stannard Photography


Nestled in the picturesque countryside of Altamont, New York, the Appel Inn is a captivating venue that blends historic charm with natural beauty. This enchanting destination offers couples a romantic setting for their special day. The Appel Inn boasts elegant architecture and timeless interiors. The Appel Inn offers a versatile canvas for creating unforgettable memories. Whether exchanging vows amidst blossoming flowers or celebrating under the starlit sky, the Appel Inn in Altamont, New York, promises a magical experience filled with beauty and romance.

I had the most fun photographing Miranda and Tyler as well as their fun and vibrant friends and family. I always head home after photographing an amazing day with a swollen heart. This was my first wedding of the 2023 season and it did not disappoint.

We traveled from The Appel Inn for getting ready photos and portraits to the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception. The Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Albany, NY, holds a profound historical significance. Constructed in the mid-19th century, this Gothic Revival masterpiece stands as an architectural gem. It became the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, witnessing numerous sacred ceremonies and notable events throughout its existence. With its soaring spires, intricate stonework, and exquisite stained glass windows, the cathedral remains an awe-inspiring symbol of faith and devotion. Immerse yourself in the storied past of the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, where spirituality and architectural grandeur intertwine to create a truly captivating experience. I freaking love places with history.

We head back to The Appel Inn to finish the night off with cocktail hour and reception. Not a soul shied away from the dance floor which made for an incredible evening.


Event Venue:Appel Inn//Photographer: Courtney Stannard Photography//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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