John B. Moore
A Spring Wedding in Central Park.

From the classically designed Conservatory Garden to the scenic panorama from Hernshead overlooking the Lake, Central Park’s 843 acres offer an endless array of romantic settings.  Whether it’s in front of the Dancing Maidens of the Untermayer Fountain, underneath a pastorally secluded weeping willow near the Pool or above Bow Bridge on beautiful Cherry Hill the park has a site that will make your special day a memorable one.

Ceremonies The park is one of the most romantic places on earth – but it is still part of the city.  Wedding ceremonies in Central Park require permits and reservations.  Click the link on the left to find out what you need to do.

Proposals Make that special moment perfect by staging it in the perfect spot in the Park – from Belvedere Castle to Bethesda Terrace there is a spot that is right for you.  Click on the link above for some great suggestions on the best places in the park to go down on one knee.

Receptions There are a variety of venues in and around Central Park in which to celebrate your post “I do” festivities.  Click on the link above to find out some of your options.

Photography Like weddings, photography in the Conservatory Garden requires a permit and a reservation.  Click on the link to the left for all the information you need and some ideas on how make the most of your wedding day memories.