Since moving to New York, the Lake George area has quickly become one of my favorite destination wedding locations. The Inn at Erlowest Is just one of the many extraordinary wedding venue locations in this absolutely stunning destination.
Have you ever wanted to get married at a castle in the Adirondack Mountains? Now you can. If this is the vision that you have for your wedding day, look no further than the The Inn at Erlowest.
If you choose to get married at The Inn at Erlowest, get ready to be surrounded by beauty. Whether you are having your wedding ceremony on the edge of Lake George, or partying the night away in the beautiful ballroom, The Inn at Erlowest is meticulously beautiful at every turn.
If you choose to get married at the The Inn at Erlowest, know that your wedding will be only wedding hosted that day. A standard wedding at the The Inn at Erlowest gives you five hours of time for your event. This includes both the ceremony and the reception times, but you can add an additional hours if you would like.
There are not many restrictions if you choose to The Inn at Erlowest. They do require that any alcohol to be used are at your wedding reception be purchased and provided by the venue. They will not allow you to throw rice, birdseed, or confetti at any point in time on your wedding day. They also have a quiet time that begins at 1 AM, so your after party and reception must be over by then.
The absolute most important thing to me when photographing a wedding is to make my clients happy.
I strive to make them look beautiful in the photographs, to document the naturally occurring moments between the couple, their friends, and their family, and to handle all requests from family members and friends to the best of my ability.
At this gorgeous wedding reception at the Inn at Erlowest in Lake George, New York The bride’s mother requested that I photographed the wedding bands with a glass of champagne. I wanted to accommodate her request all doing it in a beautiful manner consistent with the style of photography my clients have come to expect from me.
I took the glass of champagne and the wedding rings out on to the back deck where cocktail hour had been held at the Inn at Erlowest. My assistant and I gathered the small tea lights left behind from cocktail hour and grouped them on the table underneath the glass of champagne. My assistant then dropped the rings into the glass and I waited until the bubbles began to subside to photograph the scene with my 105mm macro lens.
The result is an image that satisfied the mother of the bride’s requests while still illustrating what I can do as a photographic artist. It is extraordinarily important to me that I keep my clients happy because customer service is the most important foundation of any successful business.
Location: 3178 Lake Shore Dr, Lake George, NY 12845.Keywords: Inn at Erlowest (3), Lake George (3). 1/100; f/8.0; ISO 2000; 60.0 mm.