Weddings at Lambertville Station are an incredible feast for the eye.
Sitting right on the Delaware River amid antique shops and eclectic boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, Lambertville, N.J. offers a quaint walking town for your guests.
New Hope is just across the river with easy access walking over the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge. The Inn offers 46 contemporary rooms or suites for guests. There is also a large parking lot with lots of free parking and easy access to the town.
The Delaware River runs between Pennsylvania and New Hope, another interesting and vibrant town for your guests to enjoy exploring. The River provides scenic vistas for outside dining at the many restaurants in the area.
The main art galleries in Lambertville are Artists' Gallery, River Queen Artisans, and Gallery Piquel. Just across the walking bride to New Hope some great art galleries to visit are Topeo Galleries, Sidetracks Art Gallery and New Hope Arts Inc.
Some of the more popular restaurants in Lambertville are Lambertville Station, Anton's At The Swan, and Hamilton's Grill Room. If you'd like venture into New Hope for a memorable meal some dining suggestions are The Blue Moose, Marsha Brown's, and The Logan Inn.
First of all, the bride has a beautiful large bridal suite overlooking the river, with lots of natural light and modern touches.
Ceremonies can be outdoors along the river’s edge or inside, the venue offers an open- air space. This area is covered on top and looks out onto trees and a waterfall, which can be heard in the background.
Lambertville Inn’s Riverside Ballroom can hold up to 200 guests, and literally overlooks the Delaware River with floor to ceiling windows. The adjacent outdoor terrace is great for cocktail hour, and also photos of the bride and groom. There are endless photo possibilities on the wedding day. The New Hope-Lambertville Bridge can be used in the background of wedding photos, or for the fun and ambitious bridal party, photos on the bridge itself. There are paths running behind the Inn with a lot of cool rustic, arty, edgy places to photograph. Sometimes sky lanterns are launched at the end of the night, which makes for a magical end to the wedding day as hundreds of tiny lanterns take to the night sky.