After quarantine wedding elopement in New York City.
Little by little New York City lockdown restrictions are lifting up and with the new permission from the government, couples who want to get married can now obtain their marriage license online.
We are getting ready to start accommodating summer elopements, but we still want to be sure that our clients and our team are safe, so here are our top 5 elopement locations in Central Park where you can practice social distancing from other ppl.
Top 5 elopement locations in Central Park where you can practice social distancing from other ppl:
1. Dene summerhouse
We absolutely love this location, because it is far off the tourist path and very intimate. It is located 5 minutes away from the entrance, so you won’t be walking through the whole park. Although there are not that many people in the park right now, by the summer it will be very crowded, so the less you walk through the people the better. The summerhouse has a fantastic view of the skyline and is perfect for the intimate elopement ceremony. You can have up to 20 people there sitting.
2. Pinebank Arch
A real hidden gem of Central Park. This bridge is very elegant and ideal for an elopement. Located 7 minutes away from the Columbus Circle entrance, this bridge is one of the five remaining original cast-iron bridges in Central Park. It also has the views of the Midtown Skyline. There is no sitting area around that spot, so we would not recommend it for a large party. But a group of 4 would be perfect here.
Yes, there are lots of waterfalls in Central Park. Our most favorite is the one located between the Azalea Pond and the Ramble cave. This location is off the tourist path, so might be hard to find, but it’s absolutely beautiful. You have two options here: 1. Have a ceremony at the base of the waterfall, so that it will be right on your background. 2. Have a ceremony on top, with the waterfall underneath you. In this case, you will have the pond and Midtown skyline in the pictures.
4. Hallett Nature Sanctuary
This location is known only by the locals. Located minutes away from the popular Cop Cot, this spot is less traveled. It is a hidden four-acre preserve, which offers views of the pond, the lower park, and the Midtown skyline. When you walk all the up the path, you will stumble upon an observation point and it is an ideal location for the ceremony. This place will be perfect for an intimate elopement with less than 10 ppl.
5. Shakespeare Garden
We love this location for its beauty and simplicity. Located minutes away from the Belvedere castle, this location is not so easy to find. The garden is filled with beautiful plants and flowers ever mentioned in Shakespeare’s work and its blooming year around. You can have an intimate elopement or the medium size wedding here. This is an ideal summer location.
We find all of those locations ideal for intimate elopement ceremonies. These are not popular spots and very few people actually know about them. So if you feel anxious to go into public places and think it might not be safe, those hidden spots are your best options. And of course, morning ceremonies are better than the one during the day, as there are more people in the park during the day.
If you are planning to get elope in NYC this summer, but don’t know where to start your planning, contact us now firstname.lastname@example.org and our experienced team will start working on your perfect elopement.