From Everly at Railroad wedding venue’s website: This historic building was built to accommodate train stops. Through time its purpose changed many times. A Produce auction, cannery, lumberyard, and feed + grain store to mention a few. In the early 2000 renovation took it to its Events space and storage warehouse.
Unfortunately, it closed again and sat as-is for another 5 years. Driving past this landmark in stalemate for years broke my heart but time, perseverance and a lot of faith brought us to today and our sweet Everly. A labor of love and once again a place to gather, create and celebrate under her roof…
From the photographer: Lacey and Drew were originally supposed to marry in the spring of 2020, but due to COVID they had to postpone their day.
They made the decision to quietly marry in the fall, on Lacey’s late mother’s birthday in the backyard of a family home, but they could not wait to have the celebration that they have been planning for years.
On April 10, 2021, the two finally had the wedding of their dreams surrounded by everybody they love in New Jersey, including their son and another on the way.
Floral Designer: primrose and company
Photo Booth Equipment: Blue Bird Hill Events
Caterer: Mission BBQ
DJ: Starshield Entertainment
Cinema and Video: Wild Soul Visuals
Hair Stylist: Say I Do Hair and Makeup
Reception Venue: Everly at Railroad wedding venue
Photographer: Brandi Brooks Photography