Weddings in Central Park
|Jessica Schmitt Photography|
Start planning your special day in New York City's beautiful Central Park!
We take care of everything for you, from the permit to the flowers, photography and more, making planning your wedding a simple and enjoyable experience.
We look forward to helping you create a fully customized day that you will never forget!
Step 1 - Book your wedding date online!
A $500.00 deposit* secures our wedding planning services for your preferred wedding location, date and time. This $500.00 deposit is fully refundable up to 30 days after initial booking.
Step 2 - We'll send you an email confirmation and contact you within 24 hours to discuss the details of your wedding
Choose from one of our packages or we can create a custom package tailored for your wedding. See sample package & location options
*Your final deposit price will be determined by the package and options you select.
Testimonials and Wedding Reviews
See more testimonials and reviews on our Wedding Testimonials page.
|"We were so happy with how everything turned out and would definitely recommend this service!" - Jennifer & Jonathan|
|"I can't say enough great things about this team!!!!!" - Candice and Francky|
|"The actual day itself ran really smoothly and we can’t imagine getting married any other way, it really was perfect." - Natalie & Dean|
Not allowed in Central Park
Chairs, tents, tables, rugs, runners, throwing of rice, birdseed, flowers, confetti, or anything else that will affect the soil is not allowed in Central Park. There are exceptions to the use of chairs for those who cannot stand for long periods of time. Alcohol, candles, or amplified sound are not allowed. Acoustic music is permitted.
Planning your own ceremony?
The maximum number of guests allowed for a ceremony in Central Park is 300, and each location has its own specific guest limit. If you plan to have less than 20 people at your wedding ceremony in a location outside of the Conservatory Garden, you are not required to purchase a permit. However, we highly recommend getting a permit to guarantee your space.
For most locations in Central Park, you can download the permit application from the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation's website. One of the most popular locations, the Conservatory Garden, located at Fifth Avenue and 105th Street, requires a permit for both ceremonies and photography sessions. You can apply for a Conservatory Garden permit with the Central Park Conservancy.