Buckle up. This is a big one. This is a fine example of an early Fall wedding at Cave Spring and Inn on the Twenty. When the air is cool, every hug feels that much warmer. The leaves appear to tremble at the thought of the coming winter, but the sun warms your face. And the engine in the vintage Corvette Stingray roars just a little bit louder when it’s restored by the groom’s father.
The day starts off in the rustic and cozy cottage at Inn on the Twenty in Jordan. The courtyard is the perfect location for their first look before meeting up with the entire wedding party to build the excitement for the ceremony. Up at Cave Spring Vineyard, the retreat building is the perfect hideaway for a small ceremony before whisking themselves away to enjoy the best light of the day in the vineyard. The reception took place in the Windows room back at Inn on the Twenty, where it was filled with handmade details and personal touches such as wood slices from a brother’s tree, tea cups from grandmothers, and loads of old books to showcase their love of reading.
Yes, this is a long post, but this is what a full wedding day feels like at Inn on the Twenty and Cave Spring Vineyard. Please get in touch to find out more about coverage at one of my favourite wedding venues in Niagara!
Photography: Afterglow Images
Venue: Inn on the Twenty & Cave Spring
Wedding Gown: Lee-Ann Belter
Wedding Coordinator: A Divine Affair
Photo Booth: Photo Booth Niagara
Floral: The Watering Can
DJ: Liquid Entertainment
Ceremony Music: Durham String Trio
Hair & Make up: BeYouTiful Brides
Officiant: Enduring Promises
Transportation: Dynasty Limosine