Barbora and Zoran’s Wagner Cove Elopement

Barbora and Zoran got married in Wagner Cove in September.  Barbora is Czech and Zoran is Serbian.  They had been together for four years when they got married.  They eloped alone to New York from their home in Prague, Czech Republic for their wedding in Central Park.

The couple met the photographer at the entrance to the park and they walked in with him.  Their officiant met them at Wagner Cove along with a saxophonist and videographer that we had arranged. 

Our saxophonist played for the couple at the ceremony.  He played Simply Red’s song Say You Love Me as the couple arrived at Wagner Cove.  This is their special song and is very important to them.  He also played Frank Sinatra’s My Way after they were married and some other songs as background music.

We provided a videographer to record their ceremony and to create and edited video for them to view whenever they like.  We also provided a live stream of the ceremony for their family and friends to watch back home.

After the ceremony they took photos at Bow Bridge, Cherry Hill, Bethesda Terrace, the Mall and Strawberry Fields before leaving.  One advantage to an elopement is that it’s quick and easy to get around all of the major iconic locations for photos.

Barbora and Zoran stayed at the Intercontinental Barclay Hotel, 111 East 48th Street.  They stayed for six nights. 

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