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New York Central Park Elopement Wedding

Central Park elopement wedding

Kasia & Daniel

It was Sunday. Sunday fun day. It was one of the most fun Sundays I had in some time. Why? It was a time for the Central Park elopement wedding.

Have you ever experienced meeting a friend on a weekday and being asked to photograph their wedding on the weekend? It’s not something that happens often, right? I used to be a stickler for planning every little detail and having everything set up in advance. But lately, I’ve been saying “yes” to more spontaneous events, and it’s been such a joyful adventure! I love joining unplanned gatherings and getting to know new people.

And let’s be honest, a Central Park elopement wedding sounds like an absolute blast!

Kasia and Daniel tied the knot in Central Park by the water with a breathtaking view of the city. Before the ceremony began, there were several boats passing by and observing the small crowd gathered on the bank of the lake. Suddenly, one boat, or more accurately, three boats, noticed the stunning bride and started chanting: “KISS, KISS, KISS”. Shortly after, they paddled their boats close to the shore and were rewarded with a selfie with the newlyweds kissing, which was accompanied by the applause of the guests.

The wedding ceremony was short but meaningful. The couple exchanged short vows and tears flowed down their faces. After what felt like an eternity, they kissed and threw their hands into the air, signifying their victory of love. The intimate ceremony in New York was over, and the celebration began. As the sun set, the festival of light began, and the photos looked very romantic. Despite the crowds in Central Park, and the police helicopters making rounds over our heads, it was very peaceful. Kasia and Daniel seemed relaxed and were enjoying their date, as if they were the only two in the park.

The cherry on the top of the cake was a boat ride. Rosehip Social made a beautiful bouquet for the Bride and a boutonni√®re for the Groom. That is not all! It is so true, that details make all the difference. Just look at their boat – isn’t it hip? I was running around and jumped on the boat at some point to make most of the time. Light and the lovely moment of two of them made thes elopement photos natural, romantic, and candid. It was truly a beautiful day with friends and light. Thank you for letting me be a part of your special Intimate New York wedding. Feeling inspired? Let’s chat about your dream wedding session!

Last but not least – I can’t omit my fianc√©. She was helping any way she could. Lighting the scene, carrying things and helped me capture these Central Park Elopement Wedding Photos. Thank you Monika!

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