Are you planning a last-minute wedding or thinking about eloping in NYC? Valentine’s Day is approaching and it is a wonderful time of year to get married in New York City.
Common Ground Ceremonies offers packages that can include a photographer, flowers, or anything you can think of to make your big day complete.
You can choose from a civil ceremony (humanist ceremony) or spiritual ceremony depending on your preferences. Our NY Wedding Officiants will perform any type of ceremony you choose and also file the license for you afterwards (saving you a trip back down to the city clerk’s office.) We can also provide a witness if you are planning to come by yourselves, but also recommend hiring a photographer who can sign for you, in addition to taking you around the city for amazing photos.
For those of you planning to renew your vows, Valentine’s Day is a romantic time to do so. Contact us and we will assist you with planning your vow renewal ceremony.
Holiday Season is fast approaching and one of the most exciting places to renew your vows or have an elopement is at Rockefeller Center. Rockefeller Center weddings are magical and the holiday spirit is everywhere. The famous Christmas Tree is surrounded by beautifully lit sculptures and figurines from famous holiday stories. Common Ground Ceremonies will provide your NY Wedding Officiant and we also offer photography packages. Contact us today to discuss your exciting celebration!
Looking for an artsy, scenic location for your small wedding in New York City?
The High Line offers a unique location for your elopement in NYC. It is built on a historic freight line and elevated above the streets downtown on Manhattan’s West side. It runs from the West Village’s trendy Meatpacking District up to 34th Street.
It offers views of the Hudson River and the rooftops of buildings of Manhattan. There are many unique nooks for a small ceremony and an ideal spot for a sunrise or sunset ceremony.
Contact Common Ground Ceremonies to discuss all the different locations to elope in NYC. There are many wonderful restaurants and the famous Chelsea Market are under the High Line.
Please call us at 646-709-2090 to book your unique wedding ceremony today.
Each year Times Square Arts features an art installation for Valentine’s Day. This years piece honors NYC immigrants and is titled, We Were Strangers Once Too created by the Office of Creative Research.
The sculpture consists of 33 red and pink metal poles representing data derived from a 2015 American Census Survey. They are “inscribed and hued to represent the national origins and shifting populations of foreign-born NYC residents. When viewed from a certain vantage point, these poles take the form of a heart.
The sculpture will be on display for a month beginning Feb. 7th at Times Square’s Father Duffy Square.
Many people travel to New York City to get married! One of the most amazing and historic places is right smack in the middle of the city. Over a hundred years old, Grand Central Station is a hub where artists, commuters, travelers, and wanderers come together. It’s been featured in many movies and television shows and is an amazing location for photographs. It also offers a great option for a quick ceremony indoors for anyone looking to elope. Contact us today at 646-709-2090 to discuss your New York City wedding plans and possible locations for your NYC wedding.
Have you dreamed of a beautiful, intimate wedding tucked away from all the hustle and bustle of New York City? Well, we have a wonderful option for you. Wagner Cove was originally a boat dock and has now become a “hot spot” for engagements and elopements in New York City. Central Park is beautiful year-round so you can never go wrong with choosing this location. Picturesque, relatively private and sheltered in the case of rain or snow. Common Ground Ceremonies has performed many weddings and vow renewals in Central Park and Wagner Cove is one of our favorites.
Wanna scout it out on your own? Wagner Cove is located just east of 72nd Street (You can come in through the Central Park West entrance), and west of Cherry Hill.
Book your Winter Wedding in Central Park with Common Ground Ceremonies. We offer elopement services that can include a photographer. It is not too late to still book your Winter wedding in Central Park. You can choose from many beautiful locations in the park such as Cop Cot (pictured), Ladies’ Pavilion, Gapstow Bridge, Shakespeare Garden and the very popular Bethesda Fountain. Please contact us today for your free consultation. www.commongroundceremonies.com
Every year on Valentine’s Day, the Times Square Arts council hold a contest for a “love-themed” art display. This year the “Heart of Hearts” display will feature a ring nine mirrored hearts reaching 10 feet into the air. Inside the ring of gold hearts, there are kaleidoscopic kissing booths reflecting the excitement of the lights and excitement of Times Square. The display was created by Collective-LOK. Contact us today at (646)709-2090 if you would like to get married at this exciting display. The display will be there until March 9, 2016. Happy Valentine’s Day!!
Cherry Blossom trees begin to blossom on Cherry Hill in Central Park and the fragrance of Spring fills the air. Book your elopement or wedding today for this upcoming Spring season in New York City. Common Ground Ceremonies offers wedding packages that can include a live musician, bridal bouquet and park permit. Central Park Weddings in Spring are gorgeous and there are so many wonderful locations to choose from. Some of NY Wedding Officiant Rev. Samora’s favorite spots are Cop Cot, Shakespeare Garden, Cherry Hill, Bow Bridge, Gaptow Bridge and many more to name. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.
Winter Weddings in Central Park are so Romantic!! Central Park has some of the most picturesque locations that are easily accessible from your hotel or local shopping. Mark and Lewis traveled all the way from Singapore and chose to have a non-denominational wedding in Central Park. We met at The Plaza Hotel and boarded a horse-and-carriage with champagne and big smiles in tow. We arrived at Cherry Hill in Central Park which overlooks the lake towards the Upper West Side and I presided over their heart-filled ceremony. The temperature may have been cold but we felt warm and excited for their beautiful celebration. Please email us at email@example.com to discuss your upcoming wedding in New York. As a New York Wedding Officiant, I am licensed to perform weddings all over the Tri-State area so contact us today to discuss your special day. Happy Holidays!!
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