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Rustic Barn Wedding with Winery Charm: Quincy Cellars Wedding Venue and Events

For couples seeking a rustic barn wedding with winery charm venue in Chautauqua County, NY that blends elegance with the magic of a vineyard setting, Quincy Cellars in Ripley, New York, offers the perfect happily ever after. This historic winery boasts a meticulously restored 150-year-old barn, creating a unique and unforgettable backdrop for your special day. Where old meets new, the shabby chic and modern rustic architecture offers a backdrop for any style of wedding.

Rustic Charm Meets Modern Comfort

Quincy Cellars isn’t just a picturesque venue; it’s an experience. The meticulously restored barn retains its rustic charm with exposed beams and warm wood tones, but it’s been thoughtfully updated to provide modern amenities. Imagine exchanging vows bathed in natural light filtering through the airy space, or dancing the night away in the covered outdoor pavilion – all within the captivating embrace of the bountiful flower gardens.

Beyond the Barn: A Celebration Under the Sky

 Quincy Cellars offers more than just the stunning barn. The venue boasts a variety of outdoor spaces that seamlessly integrate with the rustic theme. Imagine saying “I do” under a post and beam open-air pavilion surrounded by captivating flower gardens. For a more intimate ceremony, the spacious cathedral ceiling deck overlooking the lush patio lawn a picture-perfect setting. As the celebrations continue, the original stone cellar houses the bar area offering the true “Winery Cellar” experience. Right off the cellar the patio is the perfect spot for mingling with family and friends while enjoying breathtaking vineyard views. And for a truly unique touch, a recently added dock creates the possibility for a ceremony or photos directly on the water overlooking the pond and fountain.

Wining and Dining: A Culinary Celebration

No vineyard wedding is complete without exceptional food and drink. Quincy Cellars takes pride in offering award-winning wines crafted from grapes grown on-site. Imagine toasting your happily ever after with a glass of their signature blends, or letting guests choose from a curated selection of their finest vintages. The culinary team at Quincy Cellars is equally impressive. The creative kitchen at Quincy Cellars offers a variety of menu options to fit your wedding theme. All menu items are made from scratch using fresh, seasonal ingredients to create a menu that complements your vision and will leave your guests talking for years to come.

A Team to Make Your Dreams a Reality

Quincy Cellars has been hosting weddings since 2007 and knows that planning a wedding can be overwhelming. The experienced event staff at Quincy Cellars is there to guide you every step of the way. From initial consultations to the final toast, our dedicated team will work tirelessly to ensure your special day unfolds flawlessly. We will help you navigate the venue’s various spaces, create a customized menu, and connect you with trusted vendors to complete your dream wedding.

Real Weddings, Real Memories

Quincy Cellars isn’t just a beautiful venue; for over 18 years and hundreds of magical weddings, it’s a place where countless couples have envisioned a  rustic barn wedding with winery charm come to life. The venue’s website features testimonials from past couples who rave about the stunning setting, the delicious food, and the exceptional service they received. One couple, Savannah and Chris, describe their wedding at Quincy Cellars as “an extraordinary day” where the natural beauty of the venue and the professionalism of the staff made their dream wedding a reality https://quincycellars.com/

Beyond the Wedding Day

While Quincy Cellars is an ideal location for your wedding ceremony and reception, it can also host other wedding-related events. The charming barn and outdoor spaces are perfect for rehearsal dinners, bridal showers, or even post-wedding brunches. This allows you to celebrate your entire wedding weekend at this beautiful location, creating lasting memories with your loved ones.

Saying “I Do” to Rustic Elegance

Whether you envision a romantic ceremony under the open sky or a lively reception bathed in the glow of outdoor lighting, Quincy Cellars offers the perfect setting for your rustic vineyard wedding. With its blend of historic charm, modern amenities, breathtaking scenery, and exceptional service, Quincy Cellars promises to transform your special day into an unforgettable celebration of love and laughter. So, raise a glass to happily ever after, Quincy Cellars style.

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Why Western New York Barn Weddings Are the Perfect Recipe for Rustic Fun

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Forget stuffy ballrooms and predictable hotel receptions. Today’s couples are craving a wedding experience that’s unique, memorable, and bursting with personality. Enter the world of Western New York barn weddings – a trend that’s taken the region by storm, and for good reason! These charming venues offer a delightful blend of rustic elegance, endless customization options, and an atmosphere that’s guaranteed to get the party started.

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Savannah and Chris host wedding ceremony in the pavilion at Quincy Cellars.

Rustic Charm with Endless Possibilities

Western New York boasts a rich agricultural heritage, reflected in the abundance of beautifully restored barns available for weddings. Imagine exchanging vows beneath exposed beams, the scent of fresh-cut hay mingling with the fragrance of flowers. Picture fairy lights twinkling overhead as you celebrate under a starlit sky. The inherent charm of a barn venue sets the stage for a wedding that’s both intimate and inviting.

But don’t be fooled by the rustic setting. Western New York barn weddings are far from one-size-fits-all. Many venues offer the flexibility to transform the space to match your vision. Drape fabric for a touch of whimsy, create a cozy lounge area with plush furniture, or let the natural beauty of the wood beams take center stage. From elegant vineyard settings to rustic farm venues, you’ll find a barn in Western New York that perfectly complements your style.

Unleash Your Inner Party Animal

One of the biggest advantages of a Western New York barn wedding is the freedom it offers when it comes to entertainment. Unlike traditional venues with noise restrictions, barns often provide ample space for a dance floor that can accommodate all your guests. Let loose with a live band or DJ, or create an interactive photo booth for lasting memories.

The relaxed atmosphere of a barn also encourages outdoor activities. Imagine setting up lawn games for guests to enjoy during cocktail hour, or incorporating a bonfire into the evening festivities. Many Western New York barn venues offer stunning outdoor spaces perfect for lawn ceremonies, receptions under the stars, or even a romantic sparkler send-off.

Locally Sourced, Deliciously Fun

Western New York is a haven for foodies, and barn weddings provide the perfect opportunity to showcase the region’s culinary bounty. Many venues allow you to bring in your preferred caterer, opening the door to a world of possibilities. Opt for a farm-to-table feast featuring seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients. Work with a caterer to create a menu that reflects your tastes, from gourmet comfort food to international cuisine.

Don’t forget the drinks! Western New York boasts a thriving craft beverage scene. Consider featuring brews from a local microbrewery or wines from a Finger Lakes winery. You can even create a signature cocktail using local spirits or seasonal fruits.

A Celebration of Community

Western New York barn weddings often have a strong sense of community spirit. Many venues are family-owned and operated, offering a level of personalized service that’s hard to find elsewhere. These passionate individuals take pride in creating a memorable experience for every couple, working closely with you to ensure your wedding reflects your unique story.

The relaxed atmosphere of a barn wedding also encourages interaction between guests. Picture mingling with loved ones under a canopy of string lights, sharing stories and laughter. This sense of community adds a special touch to your wedding, making it a celebration not just for the couple, but for everyone involved.

The Perfect Backdrop for Magical Photos

Western New York offers a stunning backdrop for your wedding photos, and a barn venue only enhances the natural beauty. Capture rustic charm with photos taken inside the barn, showcasing the exposed beams and vintage details. Step outside for breathtaking shots in rolling fields, lush vineyards, or picturesque orchards. Golden hour provides the perfect lighting for capturing those magical moments you’ll cherish forever.

Beyond the Fun: Practical Perks of a Barn Wedding

While the fun factor is undeniable, Western New York barn weddings also offer some practical advantages. Many venues provide ample parking for guests, eliminating the need to worry about expensive valet services. Additionally, the spacious layout often allows for greater flexibility in terms of seating arrangements and vendor setup.

Making Your Western New York Barn Wedding Dream a Reality

Ready to embark on your journey to a fun-filled Western New York barn wedding? Here are some tips to get you started:

  • Start your search early. Popular barn venues tend to book up quickly, especially during peak wedding season.
  • Consider your guest list. Choose a barn that can comfortably accommodate your desired number of attendees.
  • Think about your vision. Do you envision a rustic chic affair or a more glamorous celebration? Choose a venue that complements your style.
  • Factor in your budget. Barn wedding costs can vary depending on the venue, location, and amenities.

To schedule your barn wedding contact us today.

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An Extraordinary Wedding Day for Savannah and Chris

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Savannah, Chris and their families host an extraordinary wedding day and exchange vows at Quincy Cellars!

Wedding Day Morning

To start the wedding day, the ladies got ready at the hotel where they had lodged after the rehearsal. Savannah arranged for an independent stylist, Lindsey Allen and her assistant to fashion her hair and make-up. The two coiffeuses also styled the bridesmaids, mother-of-the-bride and mother-of-the-groom. The bride wore her hair with amazingly perfect flowing curls, pinned back on one side with a breathtaking white floral hair pin. Mimosas and lunch were provided to the bridal party while getting gussied up for the storybook day.

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Savannah’s bridesmaids are looking fab and giddy – ready for the big moment!

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A candid of Savannah and her court at Quincy Cellars!

Wedding Bells Are Ringing 

The pavilion at Quincy Cellars was exquisitely decorated for the wedding ceremony. Special Occasions Rental & Designs hung elegant drapery softening the natural beauty of the wood structure. Tender musical compositions were performed by violinist Courtney Vargo and provided a warm welcome, setting the stage. Guests were seated. The wedding party and groom walked down the aisle and stood at the altar. Next, the radiant Savannah Bubin made her entrance.

Savannah wore a wedding white, trumpet style Demetrios gown with delicate bead-work and cap sleeves. Savannah told us she was casually looking and unexpectedly found the meant-to-be gown at All Brides and Boutiques consignment shop in Erie. It truly was an amazing find! Savannah held a bouquet beautifully designed to show off her dress and fit well with the natural beauty of the day. It was created by Allburn Florist, out of Erie as well.

Wedding Ceremony

The couple’s dear friend conducted the ceremony. Chris and Savannah recited original vows. They decided to keep it traditional and recite the same vows as one another while doing something personal by creating their own nuptials. Both mothers performed readings during the ceremony as well.


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Savannah and Chris’ wedding ceremony, in the pavilion.

Cocktail Hour and Reception of the Bride and Groom

Cheese, crackers and vegetable trays were available at the bar for the cocktail hour. Additionally, servers dressed in black-tie attire presented guests with delectable cilantro lime shrimp and a Quincy Cellars exclusive appetizer – bacon wrapped dates, stuffed with parmesan cheese. The open bar included a full line-up of Quincy Cellars wines. The small-lot Verism blend and Rose Catawba from Sensory Winery & Art Gallery were also featured. Two of 7 Sins Brewery craft beers were on tap – the Pride Pilsner and Sloth Belgian. 

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MR. and MRS.!!!

Deejay John Gallagher kicked off the night spinning tunes. He handed the mic to the best man and matron of honor for a champagne toast. Next, the father-of-the-groom gave a heart-warming blessing celebrating both families coming together and offered thanks for the guests, food, drink and evening ahead.

The Dinner Setting 

The main hall in the restored barn was set with ivory table linens complemented with a brown runner and slate blue napkins. Fruitwood chivari chairs with ivory pads were also used for the country chic wedding reception dinner. All items were rented from Party Plus at Grand Rental Station in Harborcreek. A vase with two white roses and baby’s breath flowers adorned the tables and diffused an amazing scent throughout the hall. The simple yet gorgeous centerpieces were created by Savannah and put together with the help of her bridal party. Chris created complementary candle arrangements using driftwood he collected at Presque Isle. Other floral arrangements were placed at the sweetheart table, wine barrels and other spots, adding even more natural elegance to the venue. Savannah  purchased the flowers from Costco and Fifty Flowers.

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The hall is beautifully decorated for the duo entree dinner.

Chris and Savannah were romantically seated at a round sweetheart table for the meal.

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Savannah and Chris at the sweetheart table.

The Magnificent Meal

After the cocktail hour, guests found their seats and started dinner with a salad. Field greens with a chef’s choice vinaigrette and freshly baked bread, spread with garlic thyme butter were served. Next, was a surf and turf entree – adult guests were served lobster tail with dill butter and a filet mignon with red wine shallot and mushroom reduction. Feel free to savor that for just a moment.

A serving of house-made roasted garlic mashed potatoes accompanied the duo entree. A harvest of colorful seasonal farm-stand vegetables added vibrance, flavor and snap to the plate as well. Chidren were served house-made chicken tenders and french fries, along with a serving of fresh fruit and Welch’s sparkling grape juice.

Music and Dancing

DJ John Gallagher kept the party moving and got everyone on the dance floor. Savannah and Chris started with a very sweet dance of their own – so romantic! The party was so fun even the grandparents enjoyed themselves!

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Savannah and Chris First Dance


Savannah chose Wegman’s to bake the cake and Quincy Cellars own, Amy Nolan put together an elegant arrangement, on the wine barrel. Photographer Maureen Rizzo and videographer Julie Henthorne captured many moments of the special day. The photographs and film will be finished after the couple returns from their honeymoon.

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Savannah and Chris will honeymoon in Hawaii and continue their fairytale wedding experience. Quincy Cellars offers sincere best wishes for an amazing marriage and life together. 


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Savannah and Chris Host Rehearsal Dinner at Quincy Cellars

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Savannah & Chris invite the wedding party to participate in the wedding rehearsal and dinner at Quincy Cellars.

Savannah and Chris like to keep life simple and decided to host their rehearsal dinner at Quincy Cellars, immediately following the wedding ceremony rehearsal, Friday evening. Quincy Cellars has many options for party spaces and event menus so Savannah thought it perfectly simple and aligned with the couple’s affinity for a natural ambiance. The rehearsal dinner party is on the patio an ideal spot for a casual smaller party. 

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The patio at Quincy Cellars is ideal for a smaller party like a rehearsal dinner.

BBQ dinner

Savannah and Chris chose a BBQ dinner for the evening. The menu includes a savory BBQ beef brisket for the main dish with a side of freshly picked and grated house-made cole slaw. The starch will be a salt-crusted baked potato, served hot, just out of the oven. A freshly picked vegetable mix will be grilled and served hot as well. And it wouldn’t be a BBQ without the corn bread – Quincy’s is a delicious made-from-scratch corn bread made with lots of flavorful ingredients and affection for this amazing couple and their closest friends and family.

To finish, the menu includes two dessert options both of which are house-made, from scratch. The first dessert is a decadent match between wine and chocolate. It is a chocolate cabernet tart that is most definitely, to die for. Additionally, a light yet full-of-flavor strawberry shortcake will be served. 

Iced tea and lemonade soft drinks are the perfect match for a BBQ and will be available for guests. The bar will be open as well with Quincy Cellars wines poured upon request. Two styles of 7 Sins Brewery craft beer are on tap too.  

Rehearsing for the big day has never sounded more delicious!

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Savannah’s Bachelorette Party in Pittsburgh

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Savannah, her bridesmaids and close friends spent a memorable bachelorette weekend in Pittsburgh, saying goodbye to her single days.

Friday night Savannah wore a “Sweating for the Wedding” t-shirt while the group participated in a Fitness with a Twist event. Fitness with a Twist is the latest fitness fad where participants learn how to, you heard it right – pole dance! Pole dancing uses all the core muscles giving enthusiasts a well-toned body. The Pittsburgh based company also hosts fun events for amateurs and ladies interested in a lively group bonding activity. Priceless!

The fun continues Saturday

The next day the ladies started off with the Pittsburgh Party Pedaler. Savannah’s friends and family did it again, and planned an entertaining activity for the bachelorette party. The Pedaler drove the group around the Strip stopping along the way at various points of interest, namely bars and pubs. The ladies did grab lots of attention. Their beauty alone would have done it but the friends also planned matching outfits. The ladies wore black tanks that said, “The I Do Crew” in fancy white script. Savannah’s tank said, “I do” in a more bold white script. Savannah also wore a “Bachelorette” sash and a tiara that glimmered, “Bride”. Many onlookers cheered and took photos as the glam gang toured the city. 

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The bachelorette party posed in front of the Pittsburgh Party Pedaler.

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Savannah shows off her “Bride” tiara, along with three of her mates.

Next the ladies got dolled up for an amazing evening ahead. The agenda included dinner and dancing! The supporting ladies wore their favorite little black dress and Savannah wore her fav, in white. She also modeled her brilliant sash and tiara. Savannah and her crew thoroughly enjoyed their dinner at the Melting Pot. Such a novel interactive idea that has withstood time, dipping foods into gooey yet gourmet and full-flavored cheese and chocolate – absolutely deliciousI!  After dinner the bachelorette party went dancing and closed out the fun.

Savannah had a great time and now truly ready for the next step in her life – her wedding day! 

Chris and the Boys Bachelor Weekend

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Chris and 9 of his buddies celebrated his bachelor days for an entire weekend.

Chris’ brothers and closest guy friends put together a jam-packed weekend. They all congregated at Chris’ in Erie to mark the last days Chris will spend as a bachelor. First, the boys drove downtown to Perry Square Park and attended Erie’s annual Rib Fest. They sampled all the vendors and voted for their favorite fare. The stag also listened to live music and simply hung out and relished every bro moment.

To a night we will never forget!

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The boys.

Next was hanging out more, like boys do. And it isn’t a guy weekend without a little healthy competition and for this bachelor party, it was playing lawn games. And….

it was that evening where the carousing got a bit out of hand….so out-of-hand, that the neighbors called in a noise complaint. Double drats!

But, kudos to the Erie PD. Upon arrival, they found out the noise was from a relatively low-key bunch of guys enjoying a few pops and a friendly lawn game contest, all in honor of a bachelor! The deputies simply advised the party to keep the noise down and went on to their next call, to fight real crime.

Most of the guys would agree, that the most exciting moments were while boating at Presque Isle State Park. Just kicking back, soaking up the sun and buzzing around on the water was relaxing itself. Everyone also had a go at tubing. Good times! 

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On a Boat, Ya’ll

The real celebration, August 12 at Quincy Cellars is almost here!!


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Bridal Shower Tea Held in Honor of Savannah

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Savannah’s future mother-in-law and sister-in-law, Laurie and Katie DeMayo host an elegant tea in honor of Savannah.

The ladies hosted the bridal shower tea in the DeMayo home in Ligonier, Pennsylvania. Mostly local friends and family attended the shower. Chris’ (groom-to-be) out-of-town aunts traveled from New Jersey for the tea as well. Savannah’s future father-in-law toasted Savannah to kick-off the party, despite a ladies only tea.

Chris also made an appearance at the end of the party with a lovely bouquet of flowers that he presented to Savannah – so sweet!

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Savannah’s Bridal Shower Tea Invitation

A close friend of Laurie’s loaned her the tea set for the day. It was an exquisite National Wildlife Society set. Laurie and Katie served sandwiches and desserts along with an array of teas, champagne and wine. Potted geranium plants accompanied each place setting and served as the favors for guests to take home. Along with the geraniums were specialty soaps with a label,

“From Savannah’s Shower to Yours”.

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The table is set for Savannah’s bridal shower tea.

Party hosts and bridesmaids organized several games for the guests to play. First, there was an over/under game where party-goers guessed facts about the bride. Next, the ladies played a wedding themed Mad Libs game. The group voted on the best and the funniest entries to award the winners. In more modern terms, the party played a wedding emoji decoding game while they also played the traditional what’s in your purse game.

Savannah was a little uneasy being the center of attention while unveiling her gifts. She and Chris received many items from the bridal registry. Savannah tells us she truly appreciates how every guest added special additions, creativity and greeting cards to each gift as well.

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Savannah opens bridal shower gifts.

Everyone is excited as the wedding date inches closer and closer!

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The Wedding Party

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It is time to introduce Savannah and Chris’ wedding attendants. They chose closest family and friends to be members of their wedding party.

Bridal party

We have already met several of the wedding party members when learning about the proposal. First is Savannah’s sister, Athena Hobbins. Athena is Savannah’s Matron of Honor. Next is Michelle Zubasic, one of Savannah’s best friends. Michelle was also present on the engagement day and is a bridesmaid.

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Savannah’s best friend, Michelle, Chris, Savannah, Savannah’s sister Athena and husband Derek just after Chris’ engagement proposal.

Savannah comes from a large family and granted her younger sister, Jiselle, the honor of being Maid of Honor. Sisters Gabrielle and Johna will also be alongside Savannah as will Chris’s sister, Katie. Another one of Savannah’s besties, Lizzi Holmes, will stand up for her. The flower girl is Chris’ cousin, Maureen Hennelly.

The ladies are using an online rental service for the bridesmaids dresses called Vow to be Chic. This service has been a great experience so far – Savannah was able to select the same designer and same color but with different styles so that each member of the bridal party could find a style that best fits her – and one in which she feels amazing. Each of the ladies simply went to the website and selected her style and size and ordered it as part of Savannah’s wedding day. Dresses will be sent prior to the wedding date with a 2-week rental period provided. When the day is done, returning the dresses is as simple as dropping them off at the post office. The dresses are a French blue color which Savannah chose for its soft and natural feeling – stunning!

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Bridesmaid dresses


Chris chose his best friend, Josh Shaffer to act as Best Man. Both of Chris’ brothers, Billy and Ryan are wedding party participants. Additional family members who are part of the big day include Savannah’s brothers Jordan and Noah; and, Savannah’s brother-in-law, Derek Hobbins (he was the one who sneaked the proposal photos without Savannah knowing). Chris’ friend, Daniel Finger is a groomsman and Luke Tarr is the ring bearer. 

Chris’ friend, Patrick Bertolini will play two roles and act as groomsman and Officiant for the ceremony.

The gentlemen will wear tailored suits in a light grey, complementary to the French blue. The suits are being sourced from Jos A. Bank. Chris plans to purchase his suit while most of the others will rent from Jos A. Bank. The suits are pictured below.

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Groomsmen suits

With the wedding party aligned, it clearly will be an amazing day at Quincy Cellars for all of Savannah and Chris’ family and friends!

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Savannah and Chris’ Engagement Photos

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One year after Chris proposed to Savannah, they decided to shoot their own engagement photos. They sought a natural, casual and romantic look for the special sitting.

Chris is a photographer and was excited to try out his profesional selfie skills! The engagement photos were taken in Autumn to reflect the time of year they first got engaged. They agreed Presque Isle State Park was the perfect choice due to its picturesque landscape and the opportunity to create art. It too is the spot where Chris proposed, making it an even more splendid spot for their engagement shoot.

Most pictures were shot at Beach 8 at the State Park. The blog cover shot is a romantic introspection of Savannah and Chris with the brilliant beach-water gleaming. The couple’s beauty shines through and elegantly complements the natural backdrop on each and every photograph. 

Engagement Photos

A magnificent historic Light house is shown in the background of this photograph. 

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One of the engagement photos taken of featured couple Savannah and Chris at Presque Isle State Park.

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Chris gave an exquisitely unique engagement ring to Savannah to show his commitment to her.

The next photograph shows a fun side and sheer joy they share when together. It is set next to one of the inlets at Beach 8. The final shot symbolizes their love for one another and the future path they will embark upon together.

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Savannah and Chris are engaged! 

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Savannah and Chris are on a romantic walk at Presque Isle State Park “posing” for engagement photos.

I believe the photos turned out amazing!

Stay tuned to learn more about this devoted couple’s storybook wedding journey. Chris and Savannah will exchange vows and celebrate at Quincy Cellars, August 12, 2017. 

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Quincy Cellars’ 10-Year Anniversary

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Quincy Cellars Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary!

Ten years ago, on June 7, 2007, Quincy Cellars opened its doors. Thank you to all our customers for being such a big part of our journey so far!

We had a vision to create a top-notch destination and an unforgettable experience just for you. 

And so it began with the transformation of the 150-year old barn into an amazingly rustic yet modern event venue complemented by a charismatic wine cellar … and now includes gorgeously romantic outdoors spaces – an open-air pavilion, deck, patio and most recently, a dock over the pond.

And did we mention our fabulous food? Award-winning wine? Beautiful gardens? The willow tree? The envelopment of vineyards?

Take a look at this video from last year. Or see some shots below.

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Quincy Cellars at Night

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The willow tree. The pond. The fountain. This shot of Matthew and Teresa was captured by Rachel Lusky Photography.

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Rachel Lusky captures another couple – this time, in the vineyard.

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The wine cellar in the lower level of the restored barn.

With our customers’ continued support and vision, this year – and the next 10, will be even more remarkable!!

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