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NYC Elopement Packages

Ah, New York City: the city that never sleeps. The hustle and bustle of this concrete jungle is electric: its bright lights, skyscrapers, and busy streets make this vibrant city a unique and memorable spot for an elopement (the pizza doesn’t hurt, either!). If getting married in New York sounds perfect for you, we’ve got you covered: our NYC elopement packages capture the essence of the Big Apple, making your big day as exciting as the city itself. We’d be thrilled to help you plan your New York elopement!

NYC Elopement Packages

Why is New York awesome

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From the glamorous Upper West Side to hipster-chic SoHo, you’ll find endless possibilities in the city that never sleeps.

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If you want your ceremony to be a bite of the Big Apple, our elopement packages have got you covered.

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The city’s bright lights, skyscrapers and vibrant, bustling streets make for a unique and dazzling elopement spot.

Places to elope in NYC

Wagner Cove

Wagner Cove Wagner Cove

Wagner Cove is an ideal location for a wedding ceremony or vow renewal. It is easily accessible from the street and not too far embedded in the park. This means...

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A Treehouse for Dreaming

A Treehouse for Dreaming A Treehouse for Dreaming

Around 5th Avenue and 67th Street, one can gaze atop a little hill in Central Park to find a nuzzled and private gazebo. The sweet spot, unnamed minus a plaque...

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Bow Bridge

Bow Bridge Bow Bridge

The Bow Bridge, located in the central area of the park, is one the most popular locations for wedding ceremonies and photographs. Bow Bridge is a 90-foot long bridge, two-thirds...

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Bethesda Terrace

Bethesda Terrace Bethesda Terrace

The Bethesda Terrace is one of the iconic landmarks of Central Park, and is located mid-park, providing access from both Fifth Avenue and Central Park West at 72nd. The fountain...

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Prospect Park

Prospect Park Prospect Park

If Central Park doesn’t quite fit your fancy, check out Prospect Park in Brooklyn. A little quieter a less-trafficked, you’ll love the escape this gem offers. Water features, trees, bridges,...

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High Line

High Line High Line

If you’re interested in an architecturally aesthetic location, the High Line is the place for your small elopement. Once an above-ground central railway, transformed in early 2000’s, the High Line...

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Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park Brooklyn Bridge Park

For a real city wedding, consider the Brooklyn Bridge Park. This park offers a stunning sweep of New York’s skyline. In addition, the famed Brooklyn Bridge is a stone’s throw...

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The Pool

The Pool The Pool

Description: Central Park is a very large park and sometimes the hustle and bustle can be an additional overwhelming piece of your ceremony. If you’re seeking a private, more quiet...

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Coney Island

Coney Island Coney Island

For those colorful of heart and soul, Coney Island can be such a blast! While a very public location, you can’t beat the bright and delightful backdrops for your ceremony...

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Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock Top of the Rock

If you’re cool with getting married in a public place and love a good view, Top of the Rock is perfect for you. This NYC staple makes for darling intimate...

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New York Public Library

New York Public Library New York Public Library

If you’re a sucker for unbelievable architecture and historic landmarks, The New York Public Library is a stellar choice to swap your vows at. While they don’t allow ceremonies inside,...

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Fort Tryon Park

Fort Tryon Park Fort Tryon Park

If you’re wanting something that is off the beaten path, but still stunning and original, we super recommend Fort Tryon Park for your ceremony. Nuzzled up against the Cloisters, from...

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Archer Hotel Spyglass Rooftop Bar

Archer Hotel Spyglass Rooftop Bar Archer Hotel Spyglass Rooftop Bar

If envisioning getting married with the New York skyline behind you makes your heart skip a beat excited, you’ll love Archer’s Hotel Spyglass® Rooftop Bar as a venue. Your intimate...

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MADE Hotel, Good Behavior Rooftop Lounge

MADE Hotel, Good Behavior Rooftop Lounge MADE Hotel, Good Behavior Rooftop Lounge

Good Behavior creates the perfect scenery for your wedding ceremony. Located on the 18th floor of the MADE Hotel, it features indoor and outdoor seating in a garden-like setting that...

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North Woods

North Woods North Woods

If you’re seeking a quieter and more private experience inside of Central Park, the North Woods is a perfect location for you. Tucked on the opposite side of high-tourist attractions,...

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Ladies Pavilion

Ladies Pavilion Ladies Pavilion

Ladies Pavilion is a darling metal structure right beside The Lake in Central Park. It’s a bit off the beaten path so rather intimate, though not much more than the...

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Cop Cot

Cop Cot Cop Cot

Cop Cot is a beautiful gazebo in Central Park covered by Trumpet Vine. This is a great structure for a bit of a larger ceremony size.

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New York City Elopement Packages

Whether you’re seeking a quick micro wedding, vow renewal, or a small wedding in NYC with all the bells and whistles, we can customize our services to meet your needs to make your elopement exactly as you’ve envisioned.

 

 

Eloping in New York has never been easier —scroll down to learn about our elopement packages in NYC! If you have any questions, click the button below and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.

Seed
Seed
  • Officiation

    includes services & vows

  • Elopement Concierge Guidance

    licensing, venue & vows

  • Advice on Ceremony Location

Starting at

$550

Sprout
Sprout
  • Everything from the SEED PACKAGE

  • Photography During & After Ceremony

    up to one hour of photography

  • Transfer of 75+ Edited Digital Images

    within 15 days of ceremony

*You can add on extra hours of photography after booking

Starting at

$1,250

Bloom
Bloom
  • Everything from the SPROUT PACKAGE

  • Nosegay Bouquet & Boutonniere

    available in Manhattan area

  • Central Park Permit Coordination

*You can add on extra hours of photography after booking

Starting at

$1,500

Oasis
Oasis
  • Everything from the BLOOM PACKAGE

  • 2 Hours Total of Photography

    Central Park or Fort Tryon Park Permit

  • 1 hour of Videography

    Long-form video of Ceremony & 1-2 Minute Highlight Reel

  • Hair & Makeup for one person

  • On-Site Helper

  • Violinist (3 songs or less)

*You can add on extra hours of photography after booking

Starting at

$4,100

Urban Wildflower Package

Looking for something a little more exotic? Check out our adventure elopement package!

Celebrate your elopement by visiting NYC’s most iconic locations with our Urban Wildflower Package. Your ceremony will take place at one of our lovely elopement venues, where your photographer will then take you on a guided photo journey through the most picturesque spots around the city. This package allows for you to choose between our Manhattan or Brooklyn options. This package also includes:

  • Personalized officiation services
  • Up to 4 hours of photography
  • Your choice of several favorite recommended city spots
  • Personal, customized adventure planning and consultation
  • Online gallery of 175+ edited, high-res digital photos
  • Your choice between transportation around the city in a vintage cab or limo OR hair and makeup services and your choice of flowers
  • Unlimited downloads and personal printing rights delivered within 5 weeks or less after ceremony

Package Price $4,500

A Little Some'n Extra…

Our hand-picked vendors will make your big day shine! Any of the following services can be added to your package.


Extra Photography

Extra Photography

$450/hr
Expect an extra week of editing for every additional hour of photography!

Extra Photography

$450/hr
Expect an extra week of editing for every additional hour of photography!

Extra Photography
Central Park Permit

Central Park Permit

$150

Central Park Permit

$150

Central Park Permit
Flowers

Flowers

Custom Quote

Flowers

Custom Quote

Flowers
Hair & Makeup

Hair & Makeup

$390

Hair & Makeup

$390

Hair & Makeup

Engagement Shoot

$700

Engagement Shoot

$700

Violin & Guitar

Violin & Guitar

$350

Violin & Guitar

$350

Violin & Guitar
On-Site Helper

On-Site Helper

$450

On-Site Helper

$450

On-Site Helper

Add videography to
your New York City
elopement

$1,200/hr

Our videography package comes with an edited 1 – 2 minute highlight reel (perfect for sharing on socials!), as well as a longform, minimally edited film of the full ceremony.

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You guys were honestly the best! When we decided to elope it wasn’t a decision we took lightly! And you just made it effortless! Everything was so easy and we honestly cannot thank you enough for helping us on our special day! Thank you thank you thank you!

Rebecca and Mateusz
Rebecca and Mateusz

I would recommend Simply Eloped to family and friends who want to have a simple ceremony. My husband and I had an amazing day thanks to this service who helped us so much!

Evita and Luis
Evita and Luis

Thank you to everyone at Simply Eloped for giving us a wedding day that we have dreamed about for eleven years.

Catherine and Mark
Catherine and Mark

We had an amazing experience and amazing day. Communication was excellent.

Ashley and Christopher
Ashley and Christopher

It was a pleasure to use SE. The communication was on point, the services were excellent and I enjoyed not being a stressed out bride in the weeks leading up to our big day! We enjoyed our morning on the day of. We really had a wonderful experience!

Klaudia and Keith
Klaudia and Keith

I really like how easy it was – we were assigned a photographer and officiant, told to pick a bouquet, etc. Just what I wanted! Nice and easy. 🙂

Rose and Ryan
Rose and Ryan

You all are amazing. Couldn’t be more thankful for you all for making our day so amazing!

Ashley and Parker
Ashley and Parker

I just want to say our experience was more than what was expected. The officiant was as if she knew us for years. Both Sarah and Marta showed great professionalism experience and patience. I am very grateful to have worked with them. Thank you Simply Eloped!!!

Arleshia and Quincy
Arleshia and Quincy

The Simply Eloped team was fantastic. From Megan & Olivia who onboarded us, to Kimberli who guided us through all the details and kept us informed and calm, to Ashley, Debbie and Sarah on our big day! If I had to do it all over again, I would have hired simply eloped way sooner. Our day was perfect and that is because we hired Simply Eloped!

Lauren and Xavier
Lauren and Xavier

Meet our vendors

Laura, Photographer

Featured Vendors
What do you think makes eloping in New York so special?

New York has so much variety and character! No two streets or neighborhoods ever look the same. There are lush green parks, brownstones and cobblestone streets, unique coffee shops, and eclectic street art depending on your preference and style.

What do you love about the work you do?

I love being able to capture such a special moment for couples. It’s truly an honor that they entrust me to document this time of their lives. It’s so nice knowing that the photos I take of them will be treasured for a lifetime.

Sarah, Officiant

Featured Vendors
What do you think makes eloping in NYC so special?

NYC is one of the world’s most exciting cities! There are innumerable options for eloping, from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge to an elegant hotel in midtown. Photo opportunities are epic!

Tell us about one of your most magical elopements in NYC!

I can’t pick one! A sunrise ceremony in Central Park, the Top of the Rock, in front of the Rockefeller Christmas tree, Coney Island, the steps of the NY Public Library or Grand Central Station… all are outstanding!

Marta, Photographer

Featured Vendors
What do you love about the work you do?

As an elopement photographer I’m often a guest, a witness, and a friend couples share one of the most special days of their lives with. That’s incredibly cool and I feel very privileged and thankful for that.

What’s your favorite elopement venue in NYC?

It’s so hard to choose just one! Coney Island, the New York Public Library (we normally get to visit some epic spots nearby!), Brooklyn Bridge Park,… Whenever the spot is special to my couple for whatever reason, the experience is amazing.

Team

Kimberli
Kimberli
Customer Experience Manager
Sarah
Sarah
Primary Officiant
Ed
Ed
Videographer
Rev Chelsea
Rev Chelsea
Officiant
Jonas
Jonas
Officiant
Hannah
Hannah
Photographer
Marta
Marta
Photographer
Carol
Carol
Violinist
Kevin
Kevin
Officiant
Debbie
Debbie
Photographer
Toni
Toni
Photographer
Ana
Ana
Officiant
Ashley
Ashley
Hair and Makeup
Joe
Joe
Photographer
Emily
Emily
Hair and Makeup
Laura
Laura
Photographer
Carol
Carol
Officiant
Tina
Tina
Violinist
Eva
Eva
Officiant
Kimberli
Kimberli
Customer Experience Manager
Sarah
Sarah
Primary Officiant
Ed
Ed
Videographer
Rev Chelsea
Rev Chelsea
Officiant
Jonas
Jonas
Officiant
Hannah
Hannah
Photographer
Marta
Marta
Photographer
Carol
Carol
Violinist
Kevin
Kevin
Officiant
Debbie
Debbie
Photographer
Toni
Toni
Photographer
Ana
Ana
Officiant
Ashley
Ashley
Hair and Makeup
Joe
Joe
Photographer
Emily
Emily
Hair and Makeup
Laura
Laura
Photographer
Carol
Carol
Officiant
Tina
Tina
Violinist
Eva
Eva
Officiant

How do I make our New York City elopement legal?

Getting married in New York City starts with getting your wedding license. New York state requires both parties to have identification such as a driver’s license or passport, your social security numbers (you can keep your social security card at home, though!), and official copies of your divorce decree, if either of you were previously married. There is a $35 fee to pay for filing the license, so make sure to have a credit card or money order ready.

 

Can you get married the same day in New York City?

While you can receive a marriage license the same day you apply for it, there is a 24-hour waiting period that needs to occur, no matter if you’re a New York resident or not. If you’re unable to wait 24 hours, you can request a judicial waiver to override the waiting period.

If you’re eloping to New York internationally, make note that, although your marriage certificate is legally valid, your home country might require specific information to ensure your marriage will be recognized. For instance, the UK requires an Extended Marriage Certificate, authenticated by an apostille before it is 100% guaranteed to be recognized. We offer our services to international couples looking for help navigating the rules and regulations of the Extended Marriage Certificate requirements for $250.

 

Can you get married in Central Park for free?

Yes and no! Some well-known locations within Central Park – like The Ladies Pavilion or Wagner Cove – do require permits, but there are a variety of beautiful locations that do not require a permit for your big day.  Areas of the park like Bow Bridge, the North Woods or the Treehouse for Dreaming are all permit-free, meaning you can simply have your ceremony at zero cost – but keep in mind that Central Park is a public space, and there’s no exclusive use of any area, even with a permit!

When is the best time to elope in New York City?

There’s a reason you hear so much about New York in the fall! Late September through mid-November is prime season for stunning photos, beautiful colors, and comfortable temperatures. Crowds are also a bit calmer just before the holidays. With that said, spring, and early summer have their benefits as well. Just be sure to take a thorough look at the forecast for the week of your preferred date, and pack accordingly.

NYC is also packed with fun — and often free — activities in the summer and around the holidays. Small wedding parties could easily time their celebrations around these extra perks! Be aware that weather extremes of summer and winter months could affect travel times, so planning ahead of time can go a long way in making sure you have a stress-free day.

 

What are the most popular places to elope in New York City?

New York City has an endless list of iconic locations for an elopement ceremony – it all depends on what you are looking for in a backdrop. If you never tire of the dazzling skyscrapers this city has to offer, consider Top of the Rock – an observatory on top of Rockefeller Center – for sweeping city views (and likely tons of happy onlookers!). Also worth noting are Archer Hotel’s Spyglass Rooftop Bar and MADE Hotel’s Good Behavior Rooftop Lounge for more intimate celebrations with 360-degree views of the Big Apple.

The most quintessential New York City elopement location? Central Park, of course! But finding the right spot in the Park’s hundreds of acres can feel overwhelming if you don’t know where to look. Looking for something whimsical and romantic? The park’s Treehouse for Dreaming or Wagner Cove both have unique wooden gazebos that will make you feel like you’re in another world entirely. Longing for New York City’s gorgeous architecture? Bethesda Terrace or even the historic New York Public Library (located outside of Central Park) might be the perfect spot. New York City has so much to offer in terms of where to elope, so find one that speaks to who you are as a couple for an unforgettable day.

Karen Norian

Article written by

Karen Norian

Karen Norian is an elopement photographer and has photographed over a hundred elopements. Karen has also worked as an elopement planner for Simply Eloped, as well as a writer, editor, and content strategist.

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Read the real stories of couples who eloped in New York City!

Ever wonder what a classic New York City wedding in Central Park would look like? Look no further! After dating and quickly falling in love, Patrycja and Marc knew that they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. But they both felt like a traditional wedding wasn’t “them,” and neither was going to a courthouse to tie the knot. Researching their options, they realized that an elopement with their closest loved ones was the perfect idea. Patrycja and Marc were married September 21, 2019 ⁠at Summit Rock in New York City’s Central Park – you’ll want to scroll through and check out all of the photos from their beautiful day!

How did you find Simply Eloped?

I started out by looking at City Hall, but I didn’t want to just go to City Hall because it didn’t feel special enough. I started to look for something that wasn’t City Hall but wasn’t a catering hall, either. I stumbled onto the Simply Eloped website and fell in love with the whole experience.

What attracted you to the venue you eloped at? 

We loved the idea of getting married outside. We first wanted to get married at Fort Tryon but unfortunately another wedding was booked there for that day. I started to try to find other places and came across Summit Rock. The more I read about Summit Rock the more I loved about it. It is the highest point in Central Park – Central Park is one of our favorite places. We would always go to Time Square to walk around, and then walk through Central Park. It was almost like it was meant to be.

Tell us about your experience with Simply Eloped leading up to and on your big day!

Simply Eloped help us so much! They were able to connect us with so many great people. At our wedding we had a guitarist playing our wedding song, “Beyond,” by Leon Bridges, a photographer, videographer, and officiant. They were all such amazing people. Everything that we wanted they were able to help us with and more.

How did you celebrate after?

We bought out a restaurant on the Upper West Side by Saint John the Baptist Church. The name of the restaurant is Marlow Bistro. It is a cute corner restaurant that serves farm to table food – the food is absolutely delicious. The restaurant had the vibe that we wanted for our guests. The owner was so accommodating … Everything from the decor of the restaurant to the cake. When we first starting planning we thought that we would have about 20 guests. Well, the list kept growing and we ended up with about 70 people attending!

 

Jenn & Michael’s Central Park Wedding

Moments after their introduction, Michael confided in a friend that he had just met the woman he was going to marry. Jenn and Michael first encountered each other at a wedding—the perfect place to spark the beginning of their Central Park elopement story.

During the six years following this fateful day, they built a full life together—purchasing a fixer-upper, transforming it into a beautiful home, and welcoming several dogs into their family.  One afternoon, when Jenn was arriving home from work, Michael sat waiting to pop the question—with a musician playing their favorite song, a chef cooking her favorite meal, and a journey of rose petals.

Before they were engaged, the two envisioned an elaborate destination wedding in Cabo. But as planning got underway, the stress of the process overshadowed the intimate ceremony they longed to experience.  So they contacted Simply Eloped in NYC and decided to combine their upcoming trip to the Big Apple with an unforgettable adventure of a wedding. They envisioned exchanging vows tucked in the verdant sanctuary of Central Park, inspiring Janessa from Simply Eloped to recommend The Treehouse of Dreaming for their perfect New York elopement.  Soon enough, the swift arrangements fell into place.

Their big day developed into nothing short of an iconic NYC wedding—incorporating the city’s beautiful fall foliage, the excitement of the NYC marathon, and one of the area’s most well-known romantic restaurants. But one of the biggest adventures occurred before Jenn even made it to the wedding.  As she approached her awaiting groom—wedding dress and all—her cab became trapped in a bumper-to-bumper traffic.  So in movie-like fashion, she leapt out of the car and hustled across the city to her Central Park wedding.  As she ran, New Yorkers and tourists cheered her on, yelling congratulations as she wove through the crowds.  But since Central Park is quite the expansive labyrinth, she jumped back into a cab, making it to her awaiting fiancé in time.

The site of him waiting on the hill of the park—violinist and officiant standing by—is an image she’ll never forget.  At last, surrounded by the stunning autumn sights of NYC in the fall, Michael and Jenn said their “I Do’s” beneath the vines of the rustic treehouse, serenaded by the music of a New York violinist.  A nearby trumpet player added music to the park’s afternoon, and welcomed Jenn and Michael to dance an impromptu first dance to his melody.

A NYC elopement that turned into a beautiful Central Park wedding

It’s become pretty apparent that not even the coronavirus can stop love, and Claudia and Issac’s story is no exception! The couple had their big, traditional wedding perfectly planned in Northern California – where Claudia is from – until the pandemic stopped them completely in their tracks. Rather than call the whole thing off, Claudia and Isaac decided to elope somewhere fun, recognizable, and exciting: New York City’s Central Park. On August 15th, the couple shared their vows amongst a handful of loved ones, and had an incredible day celebrating! Read all about their love story and their New York elopement experience below!

How did you meet? What was your first impression of one another?

We met on a dating app when we were both living in the San Francisco Bay Area. We both assumed this would just be another app date and not much would come of it, but we were both pleasantly surprised by how much we got along and liked each other.

Why did you decide to elope in Central Park?

We actually had a big wedding planned for the same date in Northern California, where I’m from, but COVID forced us to postpone to next year (at least). We still wanted to get married,  so we decided to have a small elopement ceremony in Central Park with just our close family and two local friends. It felt very New York!

What attracted you to the New York elopement venue you eloped at?

Central Park is iconic New York. If we were going to elope in New York City, it needed to be somewhere recognizable and exciting. (The dress was also very Carrie Bradshaw!) I liked that it was public and people could watch, too! In fact, everyone around us was watching!

What words of encouragement do you have for those considering eloping?

It’s a very special experience. It’s intimate and low-key. I always wanted a big, elaborate wedding, and an elopement wasn’t something I had considered. But given the circumstances, an elopement in central park was so special and fun. Now we’ll just have two weddings!

Danielle & Oliver chose to elope in one of the most romantic spots in all of New York’s Central Park. The two of them had already planned to visit NYC and decided to make it the trip of a lifetime! The couple was a vision of sophistication with Danielle wearing a stunning, off the shoulder, lace gown. They stood beneath the rustic, wooden shelter at Wagner Cove and exchanged their promises to one another. On Central Park’s lake, the secluded spot was just the vision that Danielle & Oliver had in mind for their New York wedding. Read more to find out how Oliver’s proposal brought the two of them together for a Simply Eloped experience.

How did you propose or accept the proposal?

Danielle: Oliver dragged me out in the middle of the wind, cold and rain, through the mud, to get to a tree. I was really upset Oliver was dragging me through such awful weather and we were not in the proper shoes. Then he got down on one knee and everything melted away. He cried. I cried. It was beautiful. He asked me if I would be his forever and, of course, I said ‘Yes!’.

Where did you choose to elope and why did you choose that destination?

Danielle: We chose to elope in NYC. We had a trip planned to go to New York City anyway, and we thought, ‘why not just elope!’. We did not know what was going to happen with Covid-19, so we might as well just do it. We thought it would be really romantic. Just the two of us.

What attracted you to the venue where you eloped? What are your favorite memories about eloping there?

Danielle: Wagner Cove is a private little place in Central Park, where you are transported out of the city and into nature. Wagner Cove is right on The Lake. It is just beautiful and quiet.

How did you spend your time before the wedding? How did you get ready? How did you feel in the moments leading up to your elopement?

Danielle: On the day of our wedding, we went to the Brooklyn Bridge. I thought, ‘I am so glad we are not getting married on the Brooklyn Bridge!’. It’s a beautiful bridge, but there were so many people there! So we went back to our hotel, ate lunch, got ready, and then took a cab to our ceremony. We were both really excited.

Sara & Siggy are quintessential New Yorkers with tons in common. The question is, how did they NOT meet while attending the same university? Fate intervened, and the two of them connected through a meet-cute involving work and music. After a wonderful party proposal, the couple knew they wanted to elope in their favorite place in New York City – Central Park. They were excited to find that Wagner Cove, a peaceful and serene spot in the middle of the Park, had a chuppah-like wooden arch for their ceremony. Sara & Siggy tied the knot while family and friends stood by them, and fellow New Yorkers waved from their boats on the water. A truly picturesque Simply Eloped wedding!

Where did you choose to elope, and why did you choose that destination?

Sara & Siggy: We chose to elope in Wagner Cove in Central Park. We are both Jewish and love how the structure resembles a chuppah! It seemed totally destined. We also both love animals and nature and appreciated how this spot felt a bit rugged and off the beaten path.

What attracted you to the venue you chose for your elopement? What were your favorite parts about eloping there?

Sara & Siggy: We love that it was accessible and in our favorite park in NYC, Central Park. However, it still felt a bit like a hidden gem at the same time. We also loved the pond where ducks (and even turtles!) swam by. It was particularly fun when, during our vows, people waved at us while paddling in canoes! So sweet, and so undeniably New York.🙂

How did you choose to celebrate your elopement?

Sara & Siggy: We kept things simple and enjoyed an intimate dinner at an Italian restaurant, Il Piccolo Ristoro, in Chelsea. We shared stories, enjoyed great food and wine, and celebrated the day!

Updated: September 8th, 2021

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