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Services

The wedding couple with two (2) witnesses, a brief ceremony, license signing and filing. Religious Ceremony of your choosing.
Basic Elopements
 $180-$250

Elopements

There are additional fees associated with rehearsals. $100 per thirty (30) minutes of rehearsal time to schedule my appearance

Ceremony Rehearsals

Weddings and Rehearsals that are scheduled on any of the following holidays shall incur an additional fee of
one-hundred ($100) dollars...

  • New Years Eve or Day

  • Valentines Day

  • Easter

  • Mother's Day

  • Father's Day

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day (4th of July)

  • Veteran's Day

  • Thanksgiving

  • Christmas Day

Additional Fees

$225 - $700
(based on location of wedding)

 

Religious Weddings conducted:

  • Christian

  • Catholic

  • Protestant

  • Baptist

  • Anglican

  • Interfaith

 
Price includes: telephone, Face Time, Skype and email consultations; suggested readings and vows, the ceremony itself, filing of your license and a beautiful keepsake certificate.

Ceremonies Conducted

All of the below listed ceremonies are an additional fee of twenty-five ($25) dollars.

  • Ring Warming

  • Rose Ceremony

  • Unity Cross

  • Unity Sand

  • Unity Candle

  • Unity Wine

  • Hands Blessing

  • Tasting 4 Elements

  • Jumping the Broom

  • Wedding Coins (Arras)

  • Couples Veil & Cord

  • Tree Planting

And many others...

Additional Ceremonies

Central Park Weddings

Central Park is one of the most romantic and picturesque places to have a wedding in New York City.

Choose from wedding ceremony locations that feature some of the most iconic scenery in the city, such as the Conservatory GardenLadies PavilionThe PondCherry HillCop CotBelvedere Castle, Bethesda Fountain, Bethesda Terrace and Wagner Cove.

New York City Parks & Recreation Department allows group to gather on park grounds as long as the amount of people involved does not exceed twenty (20). This means that you can have your elopement ceremony in virtually any New York City public park space (including Central Park) as long as your wedding party (including the wedding officiant and photographer) does not exceed twenty (20) people. If there is more than twenty (20) people involved, you must obtain a "Special Event Permit". A permit is also good if you feel that the space that you would like to get married in is a popular one, having a permit allows you to reserve the spot. Here’s is the link on how to obtain that permit: NYC PARKS

Some things that aren't 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? One of the most popular locations, the Conservatory Garden, located at Fifth Avenue and 105th Street, which requires a permit for ceremonies and photography sessions. You can apply for your permit for the Conservatory Garden at the Central Park Conservancy by calling 212-360-2766 or you can download the application online. For any other location in Central Park, you can download the application from the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation's website at the link above.

The maximum number of guests allowed for a ceremony in Central Park is 300. Each location has a specific guest limit. If you plan to have less than twenty (20) people at your wedding ceremony in a location outside of the Conservatory Garden, you are not required to purchase a permit. However, I highly recommend getting a permit to guarantee your space.