The only wedding location in Central Park requiring a seperate permit fee of $400, the Conservatory Garden is the perfect elopement choice for couples seeking a less crowded and more formal location for their wedding ceremony. The main entrance is on Fifth Avenue and 105th Street. Couples and their guest are ushered in through the Vanderbilt gate, a wrought iron gate featuring an intricate design of swirls and arches. The garden is made up of three smaller gardens that include a 12-foot high fountain, a French inspired showcase of season flowers and an English style garden. The lawns of the popular elopement location are mitucalously maintained and this part of Central Park is officially designated a “quiet zone”. Our photography elopement team have captured several beautiful weddings here and are never disappointed! Since it’s less crowded and quieter than some of the more downtown Central Park locations, it’s also great for capturing wedding videos as well.
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This beautiful Central Park celebration is proof that an elopement can be just as magical as a traditional wedding ! Our photography team captured the adorable couple in the Conservatory garden as they exchanged vows on the Wisteria Pergola (a wrought-iron balcony) overlooking the Italian Garden. The Conservatory Garden located on 5th avenue and 105th street is not as well known as some of the downtown Central Park locations, but it is arguably one of the most beautiful (and less crowded) options for tying the knot in the famous park. We started with Jamie & Chris as they got ready at the New York Barclay Hotel, before heading uptown for their elopement ceremony and reception celebration afterward at Tribeca-based Italian restaurant, Gran Morsi. Their wedding day was perfect from beginning to end, check it out!View the gallery
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