NYC City Hall Wedding Photography is the Greatest
Those in love with the idea of NYC City Hall Wedding Photography will enjoy taking a look at this sweet and touching event.
For one, Christopher and Carlos hosted a full-on arctic blast themed wedding at NYC’s City Hall marriage bureau. It was sub zero outside so these grooms kept it black tie. They even ordered corsages for all the moms. As Carlos and Christopher gallantly pinned the flowers on the ladies, they paid special attention to Carlos’ his abuela (grandmother in Spanish) and Christopher’s mother in from Ireland.
You need a few things to have a great City Hall Wedding:
- your wedding permit
- a fabulous photographer
- an organized list of dream shots for posterity
- a laid back attitude
Important to realize, it was the last workday of 2017, City Hall was packed. But it provided the best people-watching opportunity in town. The grooms were nervous, but handled everything with suave elegance. They held hands and they nervously waited for their number to be called. The chapel was minimal but beautiful.
After the two minute ceremony,
there were hugs, tears and clapping. Everyone was whisked to Sarabeth’s in Tribeca for first-married-mimosas. After a gracious break from the cold, we warmed up then made it right on time to Liberty House Restaurant for proper brunch with gorgeous views of Manhattan.
Thank you so much for soaking up this wedding of these two handsome guys. If you’re getting married at City Hall, let us know if we can help you out. Albums and framed prints are also available.
See the feature here, published in December 2018 on NY Magazine Weddings feature in The Cut.
Special thanks to Kaitlin Menza who wrote such a beautiful piece.
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