GIVEAWAY – Help me to Find Clients for 2018

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I am looking for ways to reach new clients for 2018.  I’ve been taking it a little slower these past couple of years, with having two young children, but now I’m ready to take on more clients for next year.  I need your help and I am offering something in return.

I have been running this wedding planning business since 2012.  In the first couple of years I worked so hard at promoting this business.  As anyone who knows anything about online marketing will agree, it is all about the search engine optimization.  I was busy planning weddings, but probably spending more time on promotion.  Towards the end of 2013 I had a baby, Thomas.  Then, 21 months later, in 2015 I had another baby, Joseph.  This meant that I had two very little kids to look after and a small business to run.  As a consequence I reduced my workload a lot through 2016 and most of 2017.  I decreased the number of weddings I took on, and I did very little promotion for 2016 and most of 2017.  But, my youngest just turned two, so I am ready to be busier with more weddings next year.

I am often reading marketing advice telling me that I need to look at my customer base and find more clients just like them.  So, how do I do that?  My clients are from all over the world.  Their ages range from early twenties to late fifties.  Some follow me on Facebook, some find me on Instagram, some chat with me on Twitter, some find me through Pinterest, but most have just found me through Google.  Some have found me through recommendations, and I thank my friends and previous clients for passing on my details to others.  Some of my clients want a very quiet and private wedding with very few guests, or even elope alone to get married, some invite a huge group of friends and family to New York with them to celebrate.  Some of my clients are gay, some are straight.  Some of my clients are keeping to a strict budget for their wedding, some throw a large and lavish affair.  Some have met fairly recently, some have been together for many years.  Some have kids from a previous relationship, some have kids as a couple, some have no kids (yet, or ever).  Some want to keep to religious traditions for their wedding, some want a straightforward and simple ceremony, some want some strange and unique thing adding to the ceremony that I have never heard of before.  Some want many hours of photos and a video for evidence of their wedding, some want a musician to play at their ceremony, some want extravagant flowers, some want professional hair and makeup, and some just want the wedding ceremony, with nothing else added on top.

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All of the couples I work with are different and their relationships and stories are unique.  So, their weddings are, too.  So, how do I find people just like them, who also want to get married in Central Park, to boost my bookings for next year?  My great idea is to ask my previous clients, and my friends and wedding industry associates, to share my contact details and my website to as many people as they can think of, in whatever medium they choose.  OK, it’s mostly social media these days, but people also chat in the workplace, and socially with friends and acquaintances.  So, if I guided you through the process of planning your wedding in Central Park, please tell others about me.  Tell them to contact me (preferably through email, those two kids still make big demands on my time).  This is the important part for you, though: tell them to tell me you sent them!  I am offering a giveaway to anyone whose referral leads to a booking for 2018.

I have three New York / Central Park themed gift bags for the first three people whose referrals lead to a booking for a wedding in 2018.  The gift bags contain accessories for the home and for out and about.  I have a stylized picture of Bow Bridge in Central Park with that skyline, NYC coasters, Central Park magnets, a luggage tag, air freshener, keychain, and the NYC tote bag it all comes in.  Lots of gifts I think make a great souvenir for anyone who got married in Central Park.  If you don’t want these gifts, then I will send you flowers or a gift voucher of a similar value.

So, please, go out and tell everyone you know about me.  In particular, anyone who seems like they might be going off the idea of the traditional big wedding at home, since so many of my clients come to me that way.  And recently, I’ve done a few weddings in other public spaces in New York City, so it’s not just Central Park any more.   Share my Facebook page, website or blog on Facebook, share your wedding photos on Instagram with my info, tell your work colleagues about your wedding at the water fountain, pin pictures from my website to your Pinterest boards to share with your followers, entertain everyone in the pub with tales from your trip to New York to get married then give them my number, Tweet my website or blog, email your address book with my contact details, include my details with your wedding photos if you send them with your Christmas cards this year, just tell everyone that they really need me to help to plan their wedding in Central Park!  You might just win a reward!  Remember to tell them your name and that you set me so that I know where to send the gift to.

If you are considering a Central Park wedding, please visit our website, or “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and follow us on Pinterest where you will find lots of lovely photos and many more inspiring stories of real weddings.

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Five Things I Loved About My Wedding – Hanna

This is the ninth in a series of blog posts about the aspects of a wedding that made it unique and special to the couple. It is called Five Things I Loved About My Wedding. This series is intended to provide inspiration for couples who are planning their wedding. Many couples have a big vision of what they want on the day, but this is more about the details. Many of the weddings discussed in this series will have taken place in Central Park, but weddings from other locations will be featured. This wedding took place at Raffael’s Banquet Facility in Walpole, MA. Hanna, who blogs at Rated by Hanna, married Dana this spring. She wrote about several of these aspects in her own blog, so check it out for more information.  Here are five things she remembers very fondly from her wedding.

Wedding Day Outfit

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Some brides find their perfect wedding dress instantly, others go through several salons before deciding. I consider myself a mix of both scenarios. My bridal party and mother in law thoughtfully coordinated for me to go to bridal shops to browse various bridal gowns. They all felt too stuffy, too tight or too over the top. As if it were fate I found a dress I fell in love with at first sight online and ordered it immediately! I held my breath as it arrived in the mail to try on. I even contemplated ordering 2 sizes as I was unsure of my measurements. Now we’ve all heard those horror stories for clothes that fit nothing like the display photo. Surprisingly the dress fit perfectly, even the length was right and I didn’t even need any alterations! (Unheard of for a shortly like me.) The rest of my outfit accessories all came together in the following months when I found my something blue shoes, capelet to keep warm in the cool spring temperature and fascinator with veil. I could not be happier with how the outfit I chose turned out, it looked especially gorgeous with the added petticoat and professional lighting adjustments.

First Dance & Song

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When my husband and I first started dating, the first concert ever that we attended was to see Jon McLaughlin perform in June 2012! It felt only appropriate that we should also choose another one of his songs for our first dance. We instantly fell in love with the song I Am Always Gonna Love You. We even committed to taking weekly dance lessons to make sure that we wouldn’t look too awkward since we are both awfully uncoordinated. Leading up to the wedding the dates even lined up perfectly that we saw Jon McLaughlin live again two weeks before the big day. He signed our wedding Save the Date and another keep sake at his concert Meet & Greet. We were worried we would be either too early or too late transitioning into the dip at the end of the song, but it all came together seamlessly!

4-Tier Cake

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One of the most exciting aspects of the wedding planning was definitely was designing our cake! We couldn’t decide after one cake tasting at Konditor Meister, so we went back for a second visit to try even more flavors! I can’t say the decision was easy but we narrowed it down to just four flavors, one for each layer. The bottom was the largest so we chose Tiramisu for the large Italian demographic of guests, Mango (this was surprisingly divine), Lemon Raspberry and their signature Strawberry Grand Marnier. We had about 1/3 of the bottom layer left over for us to slowly finish and share with my co-workers. For the extra touch of personalized detail we added the rolled chocolate leaves on the side of the cake, and chocolate sign with our initials! Our cake perfectly embodied our unique tastes and I dream of it to this day.

The Weather

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Despite checking the weather incessantly during the days leading up to the wedding, it completely poured on our big day! Overcast with 0% chance of precipitation predicted, proved the New England weather’s fickle nature. The good news was that we still managed to have our entire Wedding Ceremony outside by the Raffael’s Banquet Facility iconic Gazebo as it was less than 30 minutes long! Thankfully none of our guests were soaked from the immediate downpour in the middle of our cocktail hour reception and family/wedding party photo shoot. A few hours later it cleared up enough for us to go out again to take more photos. It’s good luck to have rain on the wedding day right?!

Maids of Honor & Best Man Speeches

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Yes that’s right we had 2 Maids of Honor and 1 Best Man. My husband can attest to how much I dislike surprises so I was anxious to hear what they prepared for the big day. Of course my freshman college roommate stepped up first and the waterworks started from her touching speech! My second maid of honor always prepared with tissues gave me one to wipe away my tears of joy and proceeded with her equally as heart touching recount of how we became best friends. They both effortlessly evoked laughter about the comical conflicting stories how how my husband and I met. My husband’s oldest childhood friend and Best Man wrapped up the speeches with a hilarious story about the “Kissing Monster” persona and reaffirmed our unwavering love over the past 5 years.

All the wedding photos were by Kristin Griffin Photography.

I love that Hanna purchased her dress online (I bought mine off the rack from a normal store) but they tasted lots of flavors to get the right cake! Her priorities are certainly in the right place! Also, they faced the fear that almost every one of my clients has; it rained on their wedding day. And they survived to tell the tale!  Follow Hanna and her reviews at Rated by Hanna, follow her Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest too.  If you would like to talk about the five things that really made your wedding special for you, please get in touch.  If you are considering a Central Park wedding visit our website, or “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and follow us on Pinterest where you will find lots of lovely photos and many more inspiring stories of real weddings.

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Five Things I Loved about my Wedding – Becca

This is the eighth in a series of blog posts about those little things that make a wedding special to the couple. It is called Five Things I Loved About My Wedding. This series is intended to provide some inspiration for couples who are currently planning their wedding.  Many couples have a big vision of what they want on the day, but this series is about the details.  Most of the weddings discussed in this series will have taken place in Central Park, but some weddings from other locations will be featured.  This wedding took place on a beach, which I think is what a lot of people think of when someone says “destination wedding”.  Becca married Steve on a beach in the Riveria Maya in Mexico in July of last year.  Becca blogs at The Married Cat Lady, but dog lovers like myself will be happy to hear that she has a canine companion, too.  She mentions issues that affect any destination wedding, since getting married away from home often results in a small and intimate wedding (yay!) but also means that some loved ones cannot attend (boo!), and she had a great idea on how to honor those who are no longer with us.

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The Beach

One of the perks of a tropical destination wedding is, of course, the beach! Both our ceremony and reception took place on the beach in Riveria Maya, Mexico. I was nervous that it was going to be swelteringly hot because it seemed that way pretty much every other moment we were not in air conditioning—whose idea was it to get married in Mexico IN JULY?! Oh, that’s right, it was mine… I didn’t want our guests to be uncomfortable in the heat, but luckily we were right on the water, and we had a lovely breeze that kept us cool and comfortable.

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Although our ceremony and reception were private, we were out on the beach where the rest of the guests at the resort could see what was going on. As I walked down the aisle, everything was roped off, and people were gathered on either side, watching and taking pictures. We had an audience for the entire thing! But the best was after the ceremony: a teenage girl was casually following behind us, trying to snap a photo of me. I stopped and told her I’d pose for her, so she could get a better picture—I felt like a celebrity!

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Finally, and most obviously, it was beautiful. The water, the sand, the sky—everything was perfect.

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Wish You Were Here Table

Two years ago, my husband’s mom lost a ten-year battle with cancer. There were a number of things we included in our wedding to honor her, but one of the most special was our Wish You Were Here Table. On this table, we had pictures of my late mother-in-law and other loved ones who left us too soon. My photographer got a poignant shot of the table against the dance floor, which was both beautiful and sad. We wanted to be sure to include and honor the memories of people who meant so much to us.

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Bridesmaid-on-a-Stick

One of my bridesmaids was eight months pregnant at the time of our wedding and couldn’t come to Mexico. So, I decided to bring her in the form of bridesmaid-on-a-stick.

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My bridesmaid-on-a-stick was part of everything on the big day: she was in photos, sat at the head table, drank champagne, and danced the night away! It was a goofy and fun way for her part of the day, even from three thousand miles away.

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Intimacy

You know when you go to a wedding, and the bride and groom come over to your table to make small talk for 2-3 minutes, then they move on to the next table to do the same thing? I didn’t have to do that. (Thank God. I hate small talk.) With forty-five guests at our wedding, we were able to celebrate with everyone in a more laid-back way—my husband and I even had a couple minutes to ourselves, standing by the water, soaking it all in.

Every single person there was part of our wedding day in a big way. One of my favorite photos from the wedding is everybody together on the beach, cheering. Every time I look at it, I’m reminded of being surrounded by some of my very favorite people in the world, celebrating love.

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Legal Wedding

There are a lot of hoops to jump through to get married in Mexico; as a result, we decided to legally get married back home first. We had a small, intimate wedding the week before our wedding in Mexico. Although we don’t recognize this as our anniversary, it’s an aspect of our marriage that holds a special place in my heart. I wore my mom’s wedding dress, we were married in church (something my husband’s mom definitely would have wanted), and we took photos outside the place we met.

Plus, how lucky am I that I got to marry this man twice!

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All the wedding photos were taken by Natali with Adventure Photos.

Go and read Becca’s blog The Married Cat Lady, follow her on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook.

If all this has got you fired up for a destination wedding, but the beach won’t work for you, then consider a Central Park wedding!  Visit our website, or “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and follow us on Pinterest where you will find lots of lovely photos and many more inspiring stories of real weddings.

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Kevin and Stacye’s intimate wedding under Bethesda Terrace

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Kevin and Stacye got married underneath Bethesda Terrace in Central Park this July. Kevin was born in the Bronx but grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He spent his childhood summers in the Bronx. Stacye was born and raised in East Texas, but has family ties to New York. They both live in Whitehouse, Texas now, and Stacye is mom to three teenage boys.  The couple met a little over two years before their wedding, through Tinder, “we both swiped right!” Kevin told me. They got engaged quietly and privately near their home. They said that marriage was important to them to make their love and commitment to each other public and legal.

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They were on a budget for their wedding, so initially they began planning for the wedding location to be their living room with family and close friends. They had plans to go on a family vacation to New York, and while planning their wedding at home, they began to realize that their budget could go further if they decided to have it while on their family vacation. They both have personal and family ties to New York, and it is their favorite city. They started to look through Pinterest for ideas and inspiration, which helped them to find their ceremony location as well as other specific photo opportunities. They originally chose to get married on Gapstow Bridge. “We both love Central Park,” Kevin said. “We knew it would be an amazing backdrop for some iconic photo opportunities meshing nature with modern civilization.”

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They stayed in New York for six days, on the Upper East Side, at a townhouse on East 61st Street in Lenox Hill that they found on Airbnb, within walking distance to Central Park. I’m a big fan of using Airbnb to find great apartments to stay in when visiting New York on a budget. “In the beginning stages of planning it did seem like a daunting task, but we took it one step at a time and did it together,” they told me.

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Kevin and Stacye’s original plan was to get married near the Gapstow Bridge, because they love the backdrop of the skyline of 5th Avenue and Central Park South behind it. The weather was wet, though, so they decided to hold their ceremony to be under the cover of Bethesda Terrace. “In the end, the photos taken there are among our favorites,” they told me, “because of the Minton tiles on the ceiling, the archways, and the stairs leading into the arcade.” They also love the photos taken on Bow Bridge, sitting on the park benches of the Literary Walk, and standing in the middle of Central Park South. Their ceremony was at 9am, and they chose to marry this early because it would be cooler, and because they also love mornings. It was advantageous to marry so early also because there were fewer people around that early in the day. “We like that in most of our wedding photos, it appears that we are alone in Central Park!” they said. Their photographer was Gianna Leo Falcon.

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The colors for the wedding were Tiffany blue and red. I think they all look awesome. Stacye wore a 1940s inspired knee-length ivory wedding dress with a red crinoline and Tiffany blue sash and shoes. The shoes were handcrafted by Stacye. When her shoes arrived they had been dyed the wrong color. With time being an issue and in an effort to keep costs down, Stacye decided to get creative. With some fabric paint, glitter, and Swarovski crystals, she created the perfect shoe for her wedding. She even painted the bottoms red! She also blinged a pair of matching Converse sneakers with more Swarovski crystals and glitter that she wore while taking photos around Central Park. I always suggest comfortable shoes to brides who will be doing lots of walking, and I love this idea! Kevin wore a tailored light grey suit with matching Tiffany blue tie and red Converse sneakers. Stacye carried a round rose bouquet, and Kevin wore a rose boutonnière. Both were made by Stacye.

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Their wedding party was a small group of their nearest and dearest, as is so common with weddings in Central Park. Their party was made up of Stacye’s three teenaged sons, her sister and her son, and her aunt, all visiting from Texas. Everyone involved was excited about visiting New York and the wedding in Central Park.  Stacye’s sister Laura helped her with her hair and makeup. Originally her hair was a half up-half down style. Because of the humidity, Stacye’s hair began to frizz so her photographer braided her hair. She accidentally used two left fake eyelashes, but luckily you can’t tell in the photos!

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Because the couple were on a budget, they purchased most of the wedding party’s attire online. They knew that they could be taking a bit of a risk buying things that they had not seen in real life, but they said that it turned out to be a great shopping experience. “We like to think our wedding style was a classic elegant take on the Rockabilly look,” Stayce said. She found her dress online at Glamchase and slightly altered the length. Stacye’s aunt and sister chose their own outfits to match and Stacye purchased all of their earrings online at Etsy.

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For Kevin’s suit, they used an online tailor. Stacye took Kevin’s measurements and they ordered a suit that fit perfectly. He wore a Tiffany Blue matching paisley tie he found on Etsy, and red high top Converse sneakers that he bought on Amazon. They let the boys choose their own shoes, they just told them that they needed to be red. They all selected the same style of red high top Vans! Their suspenders, bow ties, and superhero socks were all bought online, too.

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On the morning of their wedding, they all walked from the Lenox Hill townhouse they were staying in to Central Park in their wedding attire. As they walked they received many well wishes and congratulations from people on the street, which many couples who marry in Central Park tell me. They met their photographer Gianna at Bethesda Terrace prior to the ceremony to take pictures, and the ceremony was held underneath. A guitarist was setting up just as they arrived and decided to play soft love song music. This is a benefit of marrying in this spot, there is almost always at least one musician under there. They made sure to tip him well, since he had chosen the perfect pieces to add to the atmosphere of their wedding. After the ceremony concluded their photographer walked with them towards the restaurant they had chosen for brunch, Sarabeth’s on Central Park South. They managed to capture some photos in the middle of the busy street before they ate a delicious brunch. From there, they took a taxi back to the townhouse to change into their “Best Day Ever” shirts, then rode the subway to Brooklyn for lunch at Grimaldi’s. They stopped to take another fabulous photo, Kevin dipping Stacye on Washington Street, with the Empire State Building and the Manhattan Bridge in the background. After Grimaldi’s they walked across the Brooklyn Bridge into Lower Manhattan, stopping for pictures along the way. Then they all spent the afternoon and early evening sightseeing before heading back to the townhouse for the night to relax after our big day!

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“We’re very pleased with our decision to wed in Central Park,” they told me. “It has a beauty unlike any other place in the world, and it can be an inexpensive wedding destination as well. Overall our wedding turned out to be the best day ever! We loved it and would recommend a Central Park wedding to anyone.” I love the way they put the effort I to make this wedding so unique and reflective of their fun personalities, while also keeping costs down. I very frequently tell people that a wedding in Central Park does not have to be expensive and this beautiful wedding is the perfect proof of this. Accommodation can be such a big part of the total spend when a couple visit to New York to marry there, but it is fairly easy to cut costs here if you don’t choose a hotel and stay on the Upper East or West sides, which are great places to stay and within walking distance of Central Park. Thanks so much for sharing your story with us, Kevin and Stacye! Check out their photographer’s website here, and for more information on planning your own Central Park wedding, visit our website, or “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and follow us on Pinterest where you will find lots of lovely photos and many more inspiring stories of real weddings.

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Cherry Hill in Central Park

Cherry Hill Central Park Information

Cherry Hill is a gentle, grassy slope which overlooks the Lake and Bow Bridge.  It has lots of tree covering, and is a large open space, so it is well suited for large wedding groups.  There are no boundaries to the area though, and it does not offer any privacy, so a wedding here is a gathering with nothing to wall in the group, as some of the structures offer, but it does enjoy incredible views.

Cherry Hill a lawn with several trees in the middle of Central Park.  It is close to Wagner Cove and Bethesda Terrace, so it would not require too much walking to get to all the major sights.  This is particularly helpful if you have a large group, since the more people you have, the longer it takes to walk somewhere.  The trees and flowers make it a lovely spot, with a decorative fountain at the top of the hill, where pedicabs could drop off guests who are unable or don’t want to walk.  The trees will provide shade from strong sunshine, but there is no cover to protect from rain, and of course because of the grass, no suitable when there has been for heavy rain.  The maximum guests allowed for an event permit issued for a wedding here is 100 people.

Below are some wedding photographs from Cherry Hill.  These photos are intended to show the location in as much useful detail as possible for any couples considering a wedding there.  Please feel free to email me,  if you would like any further advice or information on this location.

 

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Gapstow Bridge in Central Park

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Gapstow Bridge is in the South-East corner of Central Park, but guests would need to walk on the pathways around the Pond to get to the bridge.  It is a very well-known spot and quite a busy one for passers-by.  The trees and the famous buildings of Central Park South provide a lovely backdrop to the bridge.  Couples could get married on the stone bridge itself, or if it’s dry, on a small patch of grass near to the Pond, with the bridge in the background.  It can only accommodate a small group, but is a lovely place for photographs.  To get to Bethesda Terrace in the middle of Central Park, it’s a walk up the Mall from here.  In the Winter, it is minutes from the Wollman ice rink and in the Summer, the fun fair is on that site.

Below are some wedding photographs from Gapstow Bridge and the surrounding area.  These photos are intended to show the location in as much useful detail as possible for any couples considering a wedding there.  Please feel free to email me,  if you would like any further advice or information on this location.

 

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Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park

Bethesda Terrace and Fountain Central Park Information

Bethesda Fountain is considered the heart of Central Park, and sits in the middle of Bethesda Terrace.  It is one of the best-known spots in Central Park with the famous Angel of the Waters statue on the top.  It is in a central location down beautiful stone steps from a road which pedicabs and horses use.  These stone steps provide an excellent grand entrance for a bride, or a great location to photograph of your group.  It can also be accessed via a long and gently sloping pathway.

Because of this central location it is a very busy spot. We can obtain permits for weddings here, but it would still remain a thoroughfare for the public, so passers-by may well stop and congratulate you. It is the least private spot for a wedding but affords lovely views of boats on the Lake and Bethesda Terrace itself.  The beautiful carvings in the sandstone of the steps and walls represent the four seasons and the times of the day.  A wedding could take place right beside the Fountain, in a corner by the steps, almost under the arches, or on the grass slope overlooking the paved Terrace area.

Below are some wedding photographs from Bethesda Terrace and Fountain and the surrounding area.  These photos are intended to show the location in as much useful detail as possible for any couples considering a wedding there.  Please feel free to email me,  if you would like any further advice or information on this location.

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