Jockey Hollow

So you may be wondering what's up with all the venue posts! These posts are going onto a page featuring favorite wedding venues-- it's a work in progress but you can see it here. Once it's done it'll be linked on the main menu.

This is very overdue, but I wanted to share a few images from Jockey Hollow in Morristown, NJ. 

Jockey Hollow is one of a kind and perfect for couples looking to buck the trend. The Vail Mansion, yet another Gilded Age beauty, is an architecture lover's dream. Intended to be the home and museum for AT&T's first president, the Vail Mansion was used as a municipal building that was eventually vacated and left without tending.

In 2015 it was lovingly restored to its original beauty by Jockey Hollow Bar and Kitchen. The exterior is stunning (an Italian style palazzo) and the interior wood and marble staircase will take your breath away. It is sincerely one of the most beautiful spots in downtown Morristown.

Not to mention that the food is absolutely exceptional--  I always get the steak at Jockey Hollow because it came highly recommended. In addition, everyone there, from the owner to managers, chefs, and staff are remarkably dedicated to providing guests with the very best dining experience. 

Woo, that was a lot. I hope it goes to show just how much I love it there. These are a sample of wedding, surprise proposal and editorial photos that I have taken at Jockey Hollow. The black & white photos were taken on medium format film. The color photos are digital. Enjoy!