Hudson Trailer Company

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Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.
Expand your out­door wed­ding pos­si­bil­i­ties with Orange Coun­ty based Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny. (Pho­tos by Due­tim­age Pho­tog­ra­phy — Hud­son Val­ley wed­ding pho­tog­ra­phers).

 

The dilem­ma: your out­door wed­ding could use an out­door bar and an out­door pho­to booth.  Maybe even an out­door lodg­ing for the bride and groom.

It’s Hud­son  Trail­er Com­pa­ny to the res­cue with its fleet of restored vin­tage trail­ers than can trav­el to your wed­ding any­where in the Hud­son Val­ley, com­plete with bar­tenders, atten­dants, even cus­tomized cock­tail recipes made espe­cial­ly for your event.

I woke up one morn­ing and said, ‘I just want to get a vin­tage trail­er and make a bar,’ ” says Suzanne Hasz, own­er of Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny, recall­ing how the idea for a fun way to work in the wed­ding indus­try came to her a lit­tle over three years ago.  “I end­ed up buy­ing one for about $500 on Craigslist and it was a 1958 Shas­ta that was being used by hunters in the back­woods fur­ther upstate. It had three lay­ers of army green latex and the orig­i­nal Shas­ta paint, which was yel­low.  I tried to work on it and tried to work on it until I final­ly told my boyfriend ‘I think I’m just not made for this busi­ness.’ ”

But Suzanne, a Col­orado native who orig­i­nal­ly came to the Hud­son Val­ley to study law, did not give up.  With her boyfriend’s encour­age­ment, she found a per­son down South who built her a cus­tomized trail­er specif­i­cal­ly for use as a bar.  That trail­er is now called “The Del­la” and comes to your fes­tiv­i­ties com­plete with light­ing, run­ning water, a cool­er, beer taps, and food prep facil­i­ties.

 

The Della mobile bar by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.
“The Del­la” is the Hud­son Trail­er Company’s first mobile bar, and comes with light­ing, beer taps, run­ning water, and food prep facil­i­ties.

 

The Della mobile bar by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.

The Della mobile bar by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.
A view from inside “The Del­la”

 

As for that old Shas­ta trail­er, Suzanne even­tu­al­ly fin­ished her  project as a mobile pho­to booth.  “The Pix­ie”, as it is now called, can deliv­er 4 hours of pho­to booth fun along with a back­drop of choice, cus­tomized pho­to print­ing tem­plates, an assort­ment of props, even an atten­dant to keep things run­ning smooth­ly.

 

The Pixie mobile photo booth by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.
“The Pix­ie” mobile pho­to booth — a restored 1958 Shas­ta trail­er — deliv­er 4 hours of pho­to booth fun to your wed­ding.

 

The Pixie mobile photo booth by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.
Inside the Pix­ie, cou­ples can have their choice of a cus­tom back­ground.

 

The Pixie mobile photo booth by Hudson Trailer Company photographed by Duetimage Photography.
Your pho­to strips can be print­ed with a cus­tom tem­plate per­son­al­ized for your event.

 

Anoth­er mem­ber of the Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny fleet is “The Scout”.  This lit­tle trail­er can be a bride and groom’s home away from home on their wed­ding night.  It has a small bed, plen­ty of stor­age space, a kitchen sink, mini-fridge, and bath­room.  Just hook it up to a warm water sup­ply and you can use its show­er too.

 

The Scout camping trailer from Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.
The Scout show­ing off it’s rear-end logo; inside, there’s plen­ty of room for the bride and groom.

 

Interior of The Scout camping trailer from Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.
“The Scout” pro­vides this snug hon­ey­moon suite for cou­ples who want to spend their first night as man and wife at the site of their out­door nup­tials.

 

Interior of the Scout camping trailer from Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.
Just add water: pre­pare your first break­fast as a mar­ried cou­ple in this kitch­enette.

 

Final­ly, there’s one more mem­ber of the fleet called “The Luna” which is nor­mal­ly a bar but can con­vert into a pho­to booth.  Although tghis one is 3 feet short­er than the Del­la, it’s comes with a dou­ble keg, a run­ning sink, and vin­tage light­ing.

 

Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.
“The Luna” is a bar which can con­vert into a pho­to booth.

 

Dou­ble Tap kegera­tor aboard “The Luna” packs some punch into this small trail­er.

 

Vin­tage light­ing, sig­nage, and decor can be as much or as lit­tle as couple’s request depend­ing on rental pack­age.

 

As of this writ­ing, Suzanne has anoth­er trail­er in devel­op­ment for the 2018 wed­ding sea­son: a vin­tage horse trail­er called “Goldie” which will serve as a mobile pros­ec­co bar.

The Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny will trans­port its trail­er free of charge to your event with­in a 100 mile radius of its home base in Wash­ing­tonville.  After that it’s a charge per mile.  “The far­thest we’ve been booked for so far is Cape Cod,” Suzanne tells us.  She also advis­es cou­ples to con­tact her ear­ly about rentals because even with­out much adver­tis­ing, Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny rentals have real­ly tak­en off.

When asked if she miss­es her for­mer line of work as an attor­ney, Suzanne laughs and says, “Wed­dings are hap­py.  And you it feels greatt when peo­ple are real­ly lik­ing your prod­uct.”

 

The Luna bar trailer from Hudson Trailer Company weddings photographed by Duetimage Photography.

 

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Down­load images from this arti­cle on our Hud­son Trail­er Com­pa­ny Web Album made espe­cial­ly for your smart­phone. Use it for ref­er­ence and share with those help­ing you plan.

Additional Information:

Learn more about Hud­son Val­ley Trail­er Com­pa­ny at https://www.hudsontrailerco.com/.

To dis­cuss your Hud­son Val­ley wed­ding with Due­tim­age Hud­son Val­ley Wed­ding Pho­tog­ra­phers, call (845) 905‑6323 or vis­it: http://www.duetimage.com/contact.

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