Like most New York brides, I’ve been wondering how can I have an inexpensive wedding in NYC? I’ve been combing through the big commercial wedding websites for ideas of affordable wedding venues, and I found next to nothing that would fit my budget. Then I found tea houses as an inexpensive NYC wedding venue option!
Elizabeth and Scott had a rock ‘n’ roll elopement at the iconic Generation Records! This unique elopement in the West Village of NYC is a wonderful example of creating a wedding day that’s authentic to who you are as a couple. Elizabeth and Scott got married amongst their favorite records in a stunning all black ensemble with their four-legged flower girl and parents by their side.
My high school sweetheart and I had a $500 Wiccan micro-wedding and only invited our immediate family plus a few of our closest friends. It was small and spiritual and honored us both exactly how we wanted.
This couple wanted to weave hip hop throughout their wedding in subtle but meaningful ways. Don’t miss the ring bearer bringing in the wedding bands on a CD player, the tables named after hip hop albums, or the bride’s purple dress at this unique hip hop wedding!
Victoria and Ricardo’s New York Public Library elopement harnessed the beauty of the architecture and grandeur of the New York institution. They had about 20 of their closest family and friends around them to celebrate their love. The architectural backdrop of the Library provided a rustic and historic feel to their intimate celebration, with Ricardo’s two children participating as a ring bearer and best man.
Don’t miss the sunflower bouquet and ceremony belly laughs…
We’re no strangers to charitable registries — they’re some of our favorite ways to channel funds to awesome organizations (and so you don’t end up with a bunch of stuff you don’t even need!). If you’re a bibliophile who loves to support your local public library, this wedding registry concept is stellar.
Instead of that traditional gift registry, you can easily create a wedding charity registry in support of The New York Public Library!