That day I found out that elopement weddings are not only the ones that the couple is running away to get married. Angela and Eric actually came back to New York for a brief visit. Among their family and friends they said yes during Fort Tryon Park Elopement Wedding. It was late Saturday afternoon, the sun was still high up. In fact the ceremony place in Fort Tryon Park is among trees casting nice, gentle shadow. Therefore It gives relief from heat and harsh light. Despite the public location there is not a lot of tourists or bystanders which makes the whole experience very intimate. New York has a lot of locations to organize elopement wedding. Depending on what you are looking for you can get hitched in urban surroundings of East Village or New York Library. I love to photograph elopement celebrations both in community gardens and busy Central Park locations.
Restaurant Elopement Reception
After the short wedding ceremony we took a stroll in the Fort Tryon Park taking photos. Heather Garden has plenty of decorative plants. Narrow paths make the space cosy and allow to take nice wedding portraits. After the session I walked with the Newly Married to the New Leaf Restaurant, where all the guest geartherd. Even though the time was passing fast with chats and speeches I was very happy to be a part of this beautiful New York elopement wedding celebration. If you are looking for other locations for your elopement wedding I would be very happy to serve you with some help. Also consider the weather. I think that Fort Tryon Park Elopement wedding is best when organized early fall or late spring.
All the happiness in the world Angela and Eric!
Photos: Blazej Sendzielski