John Joseph Inn wedding venue in New York on a beautiful summer day.

From finding the perfect venue to tracking down a wedding dress you can hardly bear to take off, planning the wedding of your dreams is certainly a project worth investing in. And while the details themselves may take time to collect, we’ve got a few suggestions up our sleeves to help get your start on the path to wedding day inspiration.

Central NY Wedding Venues

From indoor settings to outdoor ceremonies, there are more than a few wedding venues in Central NY fit for your special day. The John Joseph Inn is one such location. Set right in the midst of New York wine country and only minutes away from Cayuga Lake, this wedding venue is packed with ambiance. From the white-columned porch to the incredible grounds (English gardens, an 80-year-old apple orchard, ancient pine trees), the inn is utterly picture-perfect and ready for your wedding day. Comprehensive wedding packages make planning particularly simple.

Central NY Wedding Photographers

For a photographer who will capture the priceless moments of your wedding day with fresh perspective, look no further than Matt Ramos Photography. Matt has more than 16 years of experience with both film and digital photography and shoots weddings with top of the line equipment. He considers his personal approach to photography “creative journalism,” and ensures that couples take home a variety of images from their wedding day.

Central NY Wedding Dresses

Offering a complete line of bridal fashions, as well as gowns for each and every one of your favorite women (flower girls and mothers included!), Bonjulie's is a bridal shop to cover any wedding dress and accessorizing needs you have. The shop carries the work of several well-known designers, and does not require interested brides to make appointments before stopping by.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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