NYC City Hall Wedding | Ran & Lior

NYC City Hall Wedding | Ran & Lior

NY City Hall Wedding Photography

City Hall wedding photography NYC elopement. So, these two Israeli grooms eloped to the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Their event was shot by me in DSLR using mostly available light in the wedding chapel and at Bouley restaurant, where the grooms held their wedding reception. In all, there were five of us. But the petite size of the wedding party didn’t lessen the celebratory feeling in the room. It was a perfect summer day and the light was beautiful, so we didn’t want to ruin it.

These two grooms kept it casual, wearing simple collared shirts and ties without jackets. One of the grooms has family in the area so his brother and sister-in-law joined us. Then we all went to Bouley for a lunch that was nothing short of fine art. Thank you Ran and Lior for letting me be your NYC city hall wedding photographer. You make us look good and we love you for it.

City Hall Wedding FAQ if you’re eloping from overseas

  • To enumerate, most states require both spouses, the officiant, and one witness, to sign the marriage certificate. This is often done just after the ceremony. You can usually apply for your marriage license at any county clerk office in the state in which you want to be married. Your photographer can be your witness.
  • Wedding ceremonies usually last between 10-15 minutes, which is ample time to cover the basics: a reading, your vows, the ring exchange, the kiss and the final pronouncement.
  • Courthouse wedding attire may vary from black tie to simple streetwear and absolutely everything in between. If you’ve dreamt of a traditional wedding attire, go for it. Otherwise, you may wish to opt for an elegant outfit you love.
  • You can go to any circuit court in the state to apply for a marriage license. The cost is usually $35.

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