We wanted to recreate the spontaneity of a night out in New York City. What does that mean? It means food trucks with delicious smells wafting, bars with beer and sangria flowing, playlists you can't keep still to, conversations with friends new and old, and surprising displays of art and color. We're curating an experience that we are delighted to share with you.
Weather permitting, the ceremony will be outdoors. The indoor/outdoor reception is cocktail style and the seats have no assigned occupants, so mingle it up! There will be all sorts of food and drinks available throughout the evening and dancing when the sun goes down.
Wear your chic-est cocktail attire. If in doubt, think: I want to be formal, but I'm here to party.
The ceremony and reception will both be held at the Passenger Coffee Headquarters (315 E Marion St).
There is on-site parking across the street from the venue, but it is somewhat limited. So if you can carpool, we'll give you extra cheese on your tacos.
There's oodles to do in Lancaster, but we've narrowed it down to some of our favorites:
Central Market is a farmer's market in Penn Square that will be open Friday and Saturday from 6AM–2PM. The market is in a gorgeous historic structure and sells regional food specialties and goodies from around the county.
Cherry Hill Orchard a pick-your-own fruit farm and market. Head this way to stock up on locally grown apples and other Autumnal treats.
The Pinnacle is a breathtaking overlook of the Susquehanna River as well as a part of Kelly's Run, a series of hiking trails which will be showing off their beautiful fall foliage this time of year.
Iron Hill Brewery, Roburritos, Aussie & The Fox, Rachel's Creperie, The Fridge, Beiler's Donuts, Annie Bailey's, Rice and Noodles, Citronelle, POUR and Himalayan are favorite spots to refuel after time exploring the city.
Lancaster has no shortage of cafes each with their own personality, but our favorites are Mean Cup, Prince Street Cafe, Square One Coffee, Passenger Coffee and Chestnut Hill Cafe.