Central Park Room at Tavern on the Green
Destination weddings are glamorous, exciting, romantic, adventurous and intimate. Glamorous does not always mean faraway places like Bora Bora or Seychelles. You can find exotic, stunning locations in another state or town. If you live in Los Angeles, travel to Catalina Island where your options are beaches to scenic mountain views. Living in New York does not limitations. The city is large with no limits to unexpected oases. From Manhattan to Brooklyn to the northern region of the state, beauty awaits.
A destination wedding is defined as a wedding that takes place away from your hometown. The location can be in another state or another country.
Lotus Room at Mandarin Oriental New York
New York is a popular wedding destination, the architecture, skyline, and iconic spaces! There is a space for every vision and style. In New York City venues from the Mandarin Oriental with views of Central Park, Columbus Circle, and the East River; to the Park Hyatt’s dark marble winding staircase leading to the ballroom. Then there is the world-renowned Tavern on The Green’s Central Park Room, one of the best examples of being inside and outside.
Travel into the borough of Brooklyn for water views or a space in the middle Prospect Park. Maybe you prefer a loft or architecture inspired by the French Revival, Brooklyn offers that and more! The photo opportunities are special from neighborhoods lined with brownstone and limestone homes to the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Grand Army Plaza Library.
…architecture, skyline, iconic spaces!
Did you know that France requires a 30-day residency and that Bermuda does not have a residency requirement? Your destination wedding planner will research the requirements needed to make sure your wedding is recognized in our home state or country. They will also track the weather and determine the best travel options with the insight of a knowledgeable travel agent.
Prospect Park Boathouse ~ Reflections at dusk
The most important step in the destination wedding decision process is to ask yourself some important questions. Below is a short list of the questions your planner will ask to help you select the destination for your wedding vision.
What is your favorite activity?
What activities do you want your guest to enjoy before and after the wedding ceremony?
How many guests are you inviting?
Are children invited?
How far do you want to travel?
Is your vision romantic and intimate, scenic surroundings, adventure or ocean/beach backdrop?
What season are you traveling: winter, spring, summer, fall?
Did these questions prompt more questions? Are you ready to make a decision? Let’s chat, click here or enter your information below. I look forward to connecting soon!