Ryan and Grace penthouse elopement in New York

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Ryan and Grace penthouse elopement in New York

Ryan and Grace met back in 2004 when they both went to the same high school in the Philippines.

Ryan had a huge crush on Grace but after graduation, he moved to New York and Grace stayed in the Philippines. The two met again back in 2013 in New York and realized that they still have feelings for each other. 7 years later, New York became the symbolic place for the couple to say “I do” in the presence of friends and family.

We really love it when our couples choose the place that is dear to their hearts for the ceremony. In this case, it was the city. So for this elopement ceremony, we were looking for the venue with the most panoramic views of the city. Our luxury penthouse with the terrace was a perfect choice. This location has everything you need for an intimate celebration. The huge terrace can hold up to 20 people and in case of the rain, everyone can hide at the Penthouse.

Our couple also wanted to include the musician in the ceremony and that was such a wonderful idea. There is nothing like enjoying live music on the open terrace.

If you are planning to get eloped this year, but don’t know where to start the planning process, contact us now and our experienced team will help you to create the most unforgettable marriage proposal experience.

 

Beautiful elopement at Cop Cot, Central Park

Shelby and Mohammad were looking for an intimate ceremony location in Central Park. The couple wanted to keep the ceremony small and with the immediate family members only, so we knew that they would love the Cop Cot location. This beautiful gazebo is perfect for small ceremonies and its location is ideal for wedding pictures. The gazebo is located up on the hill and gives the Manhattan skyline views, that is why it is one of the best spots in the area.

Since most of the friends and family were not able to travel to NY, Shelby decided to add a Zoom session to the ceremony. This is absolutely the best decision in these circumstances and it was so great to see that they say “hi” to every person who joined the call.

The ceremony was quick and sweet, Mohammed’s nephew was responsible for bringing the rings to the couple and he was very serious about his job. The couple said “I do” and joined their families for warm congratulations. After that, they walked around the park with the photographer and took some styled shoots.

Congratulations Mohammad and Shelby on your special day!

If you are planning to elope this Holiday season, but not sure where to start the planning process, contact us now at info@daretodream.nyc and our experienced team will help you to create the most unforgettable wedding experience.