One of the best photo locations in NYC , Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Dumbo area is a favorite amongst our Brooklyn wedding clients and couples getting married in other parts of New York City. While Central Park weddings are beautiful and our photographers have captured tons of elopement wedding ceremonies in Manhattan, Brooklyn is home to many unique wedding venues and wedding photo locations like Brooklyn Bridge Park. Whether you choose to get hitched in a quickie City Hall wedding ceremony and walk over the Brooklyn Bridge for photos, or you book our all-inclusive elopement package and exchange vows on Pebble beach in Brooklyn Bridge park with the NYC skyline as your backdrop, you are guaranteed amazing wedding photos in this area! Check out our recent wedding photo session in Brooklyn Bridge Park….View the gallery
All Inclusive Elopement Packages
Whether in Central Park or City Hall , our NYC elopement packages have everything you need and include a NYC elopement photographer who knows the best locations in NYC for amazing photos! Our planning staff can handle every detail for you; from booking the NYC elopement photographer and videographer to hiring your hair and makeup team and we can even include your bridal bouquet, delivered from a local NYC florist right to your hotel door!
Want a wedding with a view? Consider Brooklyn Bridge Park and elope on the waterfront with the skyline as your backdrop. Top of the Rock offers adventurous couples a rooftop venue 67 flights above the bustling city streets of Manhattan for just the price of admission.
If you prefer an indoor location our photography and video team also work with several intimate elopement venues throughout the city and you can add an officiant to your package to make it all legal! Our officiants work closely with you to create a ceremony that reflects your personal style and preferences.
After your elopement, you receive the same high quality photography that our full day clients receive including an online gallery and digital download of all your unmarked wedding photos.
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New York offers couples looking for places to elope in NYC a variety of options and our photographers have captured elopement ceremonies at most of them. From intimate rooftop ceremonies at Top of the Rock to water front elopements on pebble beach at Brooklyn Bridge Park, there are tons of affordable choices for your elopement wedding ceremony! This adorable couple Sophia & Wei chose one of the most popular NYC elopement locations to get hitched. Central Park offers hundreds of beautiful places to get married for free! Our elopement photographer joined the couple and their family for an intimate exchange of vows near Gapstow Bridge followed by newlywed photos throughout the city at other popular wedding photo locations like Lincoln Center. Check it out!View the gallery
Eloping in NYC offers couples an array of beautiful indoor and outdoor options to choose from for a fraction of the price of hosting a traditional 100 guest wedding. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, most of the New York City public parks allow you to get hitched for free or for a small fee. Our all-inclusive package includes the an officiant to perform the wedding ceremony, a photographer to capture it all and you can even add in hair, makeup and flowers. This adorable couple chose the Japanese Hill and Pond Garden at Brooklyn Botanic Garden for their big day. They added videography to their package so be sure to check out their romantic wedding trailer video!Check it out!
NYC public parks offer a beautiful (and affordable) alternative to the more popular outdoor elopement locations like Central Park and Brooklyn Bridge Park. This adorable couple, contacted our studio seeking a photography package to capture their Greenpoint celebration at McGolrick Park. They were planning an intimate wedding ceremony under the Pavilion in the park followed by a reception at the popular neighborhood restaurant, Sunday in Brooklyn. Our photographer did a great job capturing all the personal details the couple included in their ceremony (like the sage burning and hand fasting ritual) and at their reception. Check it out!View the gallery
This beautiful elopement perfectly portrays why getting married in NYC is always the right choice. All the way from Miami, Ginny & Michael didn’t have to give up their idea of a “beach wedding” when they choose Brooklyn Bridge Park for their ceremony location. They booked our all-inclusive package with officiant, photographer and Bridal bouquet. Our photographers found the perfect spot for their ceremony and our officiant joined the Bride and Groom on the rocks in the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge to usher the lovebirds into matrimony. The view of the Manhattan skyline was breathtaking and the weather was perfect. After wards the newlyweds had their “first dance” by Jane’s Carousel. The elopement shoot ended with a final kiss on the Brooklyn Bridge and we think their photos came out perfect ! Check it out for yourself!View the gallery
New York City is the perfect destination wedding location. The diversity offered in our great city allows adorable couples like this to elope under a pavilion by a lake, hop in a cab to catch breathtaking skyline views under a famous bridge and end their wedding day with a carousel ride all before sunset! Our all inclusive elopement team pulled out all the stops to usher Eram and Diwas into matrimony. Everything went perfect from the getting ready process with our hair and makeup team to the final (captured) kiss in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Check it out!View the gallery
Our NYC elopement photographers love capturing intimate weddings in Central Park and beyond! New York has the best locations to elope and our affordable wedding packages include the permit for your ceremony, beautiful photos and much more! Click here to find out more about our favorite elopement locations!
At first glance you would never realize this Central Park elopement took place in January on New Year’s Day. The lucky couple enjoyed a mild temperature of 48 degrees for their outdoor ceremony and the beautiful bride even wore a strapless gown! Joanna and Travis chose Gapstow Bridge for their New Year’s day wedding location and our elopement team were happy to join them. Check it out!View the gallery
This Wagner Cove elopement may be one of our favorites! The Bride and Groom wanted their family wedding to take place in NYC’s popular Central Park in a private area that was easily accessible and as beautiful as the park’s other wedding locations. Our photography and video team joined the group for a fun filled day of carriage rides, wedding bliss and fun photos throughout the city. Their color corrected images came out perfect and their elopement video was a great combination of romance and fun. Check it out!Check it out!
This beautiful bride knew she wanted to have her elopement wedding ceremony at Central Park’s secluded Wagner Cove no matter what! She and hubby John, were even forced to change their original wedding date because the New York City Marathon would be taking over the area for the annual race. Our all-inclusive elopement team were so excited that everything worked out for this adorable couple and the amazing photos are proof that a positive attitude (and a little flexibility) are key to a happily ever after. They chose the package that included our officiant, photographer and Central Park permit to capture every moment. Check it out.View the gallery
Whether your big day includes 250 of your closest friends and family or an intimate group of 10, we can build the perfect wedding package for you! Our recent clients, Erika and Thearith, chose our all inclusive central park elopement package to celebrate their big day. Our photography and video team had a blast traveling around NYC with them capturing every perfect moment from the west side Novotel hotel to Central Park’s historic Shakespeare garden for their ceremony then and the water to Brooklyn Bridge Park. Check it out !Check it out!
More often than not an elaborate 200-guest wedding started out as a simple 50-person affair with the couple’s closest family and friends. Due to the urging of parents, family members and well-meaning friends, a once modest guest list can grow into a less manageable soiree! But how do you decide who to invite and whom you can “respectfully” exclude from the invites? Our photographer and elopement team had the honor of capturing this beautiful couple Stephanie and Eric who opted to nix the guests list all together and elope in Central Park. But if you aren’t as lucky as these newlyweds there are a few pointers to keep in mind for keeping your guest list as small as possible. Check it out!View the gallery
Looking for a wedding venue that combines top shelf whiskey and locally grown roses? Then head over to Sycamore Flowershop and Bar in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. Quite possibly the only Flowershop/Bar/Wedding venue in the city, this space is sure to be a hit amongst hipsters and traditionalist alike! Our photography team recently had the honor of sharing in the post wedding day brunch of Ashlee & Brian at this unique location. They eloped the day before at City Hall and hosted a relaxed luncheon for their family and friends the day after. We love the personal touches incorporated in their celebration and urban setting for their portraits. Check it out!View the gallery
An elopement no longer means a quickie ceremony at City Hall and dinner for two at a local restaurant (although for some couples that’s the perfect wedding day arrangement). The modern day elopement has morphed into a “mini-wedding” of sorts; complete with getting ready photography, a first look, quick ceremony in Central Park, Trolly rides for the happy couple and their guests and an after party at one of NYC’s intimate venues! Take this beautiful summer elopement our team recently had the honor of capturing. Leah & Mathieu exchanged vows at the popular Ladies pavilion before taking a Trolly ride throughout New York City for portraits. They ended the day with a wedding reception at Locanda Verde, a Tribeca based Italian restaurant. Check it out!Check it out!
Weddings are as unique as the couple planning them. Whether it’s a 1-hour City Hall elopement or a 3-day cultural wedding celebration, there is no right or wrong way to plan your big day! It’s all about what works for you as a couple. Le Image offers photography and video packages to fit every taste (and budget). Our Brooklyn based photographers recently had the honor of capturing the intimate wedding of Michelle & Keith at the waterfront Chelsea Piers venue, Sunset Terrace. Check it out!View the gallery
More and more couples are choosing to forgo the 100-person wedding-guest list for smaller affairs. Locals and international couples alike love our all inclusive elopement packages that make planning an intimate affair even easier by offering one stop shopping for all their wedding needs! Check out the gallery to hear what this couple all the way from the Netherlands had to say!
“We are a Dutch couple that had a very intimate (16 guests) wedding in NYC. Looking for vendors from across the pond was not easy, but we are so happy we found Le image! We chose Le Image for elopement videography and photography because of their good reviews and we like their style. And we were not disappointed….View the gallery
Spring is finally here, and wedding season is in full bloom! Our photographers are all geared up and ready to capture hundreds of weddings and elopements during this busy season! From 400-guest extravaganzas at one of NYC’s famous wedding venues to City Hall elopements for two, there isn’t going to be a dull moment for the rest of the year! Thanks to our customizable packages, flexible payment plans and price match guarantee, there is something perfect for everyone’s budget, taste and style! Our team recently have the honor or capturing the intimate City Hall elopement of this love-struck couple; Sonya & Vladamir. Check it out!View the gallery
New Yorkers are some of the most interesting people in the world. Our great city has been home to celebrities, dignitaries and even Presidents! Some have come here and stayed while others visited for a short time before moving on. One of our recent couples, Fiona and Jonathon, spent only 8 months here but were so moved by the culture and beauty of NYC that they returned many years later (with their two kids in tow) to become husband and wife! They wanted a practical and affordable option for their wedding and chose Le Image to help them make it happen! Our all inclusive elopement package was the perfect solution for this globetrotting family of four and we are so honored to have been a part of their love story!View the gallery
It takes a lot to shock a true New Yorker. We have seen it all; Naked Cowboys playing guitar; break-dancers on the subway swinging from the poles while soliciting you for change and even homeless preachers warning you about the looming apocalypse! So a bride in a strapless wedding gown and fully suited groom smooching in the middle of Times Square can easily go unnoticed; and that’s exactly what Tara & Ronan wanted! They came all the way to NYC from Ireland for an intimate destination wedding with their closest family and friends. They wanted to immerse themselves in the New York culture and capture amazing photos in the process. Our photographers were happy to show them the ropes and the crowd didn’t seem to mind (or notice) either.View the gallery
Taking advantage of all that an NYC destination wedding has to offer, Fay & Marv traveled all the way from The United Kingdom for an intimate elopement and honeymoon in one! They found our studio online after searching for NYC elopement photographers (thanks Google!) and booked their package directly through our site! (A convenient option for international couples). They wanted their big day to be intimate (it was just the two of them traveling here) and stress free. The stubborn winter we’ve been experiencing actually provided a very romantic (and snowy) backdrop for their rooftop ceremony at the Nomad Hotel (they have a rooftop suite with views to die for!) The cute couple sealed their union with a champagne toast before heading out for a night on the town to celebrate! Our photographers were honored to be a part of it all.View the gallery
In the city that never sleeps there are endless choices available when it comes to choosing a wedding venue. Never mind the thousands of options for wedding professionals, flowers, dresses and invitations, it’s no wonder more and more couples are choosing to escape the “wedding planning mania” and elope at City Hall. Elopements aren’t what they use to be (secret getaways to Vegas anyone?). Now couples can involve up to 30 of their friends and family in the ceremony, ax the pricey limo rental and take a quick train ride to Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall and even have an awesome after party at a local restaurant to celebrate! Our photographers love capturing these less traditional weddings! Check out these creative and practical NYC City Hall Elopements…View the gallery
This cute couple thought of everything for their NYC Central Park Elopement. From the detailed map of central park for their guests, to the reserved Pedicabs on standby to whisk them between locations for photos! Who said choosing to elope meant cutting corners? They had a full wedding party, amazing photographers (yes that was a cheap plug!) and a fun reception afterwards. We had a blast sharing in their day.View the gallery
Imagine waking up on your wedding day, having a cup of coffee while leisurely getting dressed in the comfort of your own home and finally stepping out into your own backyard to marry your love! Talk about stress free! This couple Fiona & Kevin did just that. They chose to become husband and wife in an intimate backyard wedding celebration with their closest family and friends. The Pakistani wedding celebration included amazing food and live traditional music as they danced the night away. Our team had great time shooting this casual backyard wedding.View the gallery
Every month is wedding season in New York City. Whether it’s an elaborate 300- guest spring wedding at The Edison Ballroom or an intimate 2-person winter elopement in Central Park, you will be sure to hear wedding bells no matter where you go! Our photographers have seen it all! Brides on roller blades (makes for an easy commute to the ceremony location), cocker spaniels in bow ties serving as ring bearers and even Star Wars themed wedding party (complete with lightsabers!) Each love story is unique and there is no right or wrong way to get married, it’s all about what’s special to you as a couple. We recently had the honor of shooting Kerry & Alex who chose the infamous Central Park for their fall elopement and traveled around the city to celebrate their union.View the gallery
Central Park is a summer time favorite for New Yorkers and tourist alike. From roller skating to concerts and horse carriage rides, there is always something to see. This past summer Jenne & Joe’s Shakespeare Garden elopement stole the show and our awesome photographers were there to capture it all!View the gallery
Weddings come in all sizes and styles. More and more couples are choosing to elope in NYC as an intimate alternative to the traditional full size weddings. Our clients come from all parts of the world to experience the excitement that New York City has to offer. You can marry in Central Park, head over to Times Square for beautiful photos (if you don’t mind passerby’s in your portraits) then go to Brooklyn Bridge Park and take a carousel ride together. The possibilities are endless when eloping in a city as diverse as ours!Watch the video
As New Yorkers, we often forget just how magical our city is! Our Photographers saw our city in a whole new light as they shot the elopement of this sophisticated couple, Cassie & Harry. They stayed at the luxurious Madison avenue Roger Hotel and the marble columns and red carpeted entrance made for some gorgeous photos of the two. Cassie was so cute in her white cocktail bridal dress and her handsome groom, Harry, was just as stylish. The two held hands and posed for portraits after their Central Park elopement.View the gallery
We’ve shot weddings in an array of venues; ballrooms, small restaurants, boutique hotels, loft and backyards! (even grand central). We love it when couples make their wedding ceremony special by choosing a location or theme that reflects their personal style. This beautiful same sex couple, Judene and Rose, wanted an intimate and casual setting for their big day. They got ready together in their Brooklyn home, walked over to their new loft (followed by a marching band) and became wives in front of their closest family and friends. Creative professionals, Judene & Rose included artistic elements to their ceremony including live singers and even an interpretive dancer! The pair wore sleek white Bridal suitsn and had a special surprise for everyone after their vows. Our photographers had a blast shooting this intimate Brooklyn elopement!View the gallery
Spring has sprung and Katrina and Tania couldn’t have been happier. They exchanged vows in the iconic and beautiful Central Park under a wooden arch. Followed by romantic wedding day portraits, the blooming trees of the park made their photos beautiful. This same sex New York City elopement proves that a less traditional wedding can be just as romantic!View the gallery
This fifth avenue elopement took place several stories above the busy streets of New York City and offered a romantic oasis for Julian and Chloe to become husband and wife. The private terrace of Rockefeller Center was the perfect venue for their outdoor elopement. Chloe’s look was inspired by the roaring 20’s and Julian looked very spiffy in his blue three piece suit. The couple, guest and officiant braved the chilly winds for this winter nuptial and ended it with fun photos at The Top of The Rock!View the gallery
Eci & Ali traveled many miles from their native homeland, Turkey, to become husband and wife in our great city. Our photographers were honored to share in the elopement of this stylish couple. We started shooting Eci’s getting ready photos at the NoMad Hotel on Broadway and after their first look the couple made their way to Toshi’s living room and penthouse for a rooftop ceremony and reception.View the gallery
They met on a Caribbean vacation in Dominican Republic and have been inseparable ever since. We had the honor of providing both photography and video for Raquel and Gregory’s Central Park elopement this past spring. After they marry Raquel will be leaving the states to join her new husband in Belgium; talk about international love! They both wanted to incorporate the great sites of New York City in their wedding photos and did just that traveling from 5th avenue to Times Square to Brooklyn Bridge Park. Their elopement video included well wishes in her native Spanish language from Raquel’s family. Their “amor” is sure to last a lifetime!View the gallery
Once again our photographers headed to the elopement capital of NYC, Central Park, to shoot the ceremony of David & Sanna. Turtle pond was the chosen location for this summer wedding and offered onlookers in their rowboats a great view! Sanna was beautiful in her ivory lace wedding dress and wore her hair swept to the side. Her groom was just as stylish in a navy blue suit and lavender tie, that blended in perfectly with the blooming flowers of Central Park.View the gallery
Angela & Jeff brought their family and friends all the way from Australia to share in their New York City elopement. They became husband and wife on the infamous Bow Bridge in Central Park. Our photographers loved their style as Jeff and his “best man” donned red bow ties and sneakers. Angela was stunning in her ivory form fitting dress with complimented with pearls. The weather was beautiful for this summer wedding and everyone had a blast posing for photos throughout the park.View the gallery
This young at heart couple felt daring as they eloped 50 stories above the busy streets of New York City. Our photographers love this elopement location and always capture amazing views. Tracy & Dave didn’t mind the stares from the patrons of Top of the Rock as they became husband and wife. This savvy bride was smart and kept it practical with a upswept hair and kitten heels with her dress for their romantic city stroll after their ceremony. They even stopped by Times Square for a wedding day kiss on the famous TKTS Booth steps.View the gallery
New York City is still one of the top destination wedding spots in the world! Our photographers (many NY transplants themselves) always enjoy meeting and shooting our visitors! Cara & Jason chose to become husband and wife atop the popular Rockefeller Center, known to the locals as “Top of the Rock”. Afterwards they posed for portraits in the iconic Central Park and were even serenaded by a sax player! We were honored to be their tour guide!View the gallery