Elopement in New York – fun and easy!

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Elopement in New York

In order to cut all the unnecessary wedding costs, Steven and Sarah decided to have an elopement in New York!

After 2 years of long distance relationship Steven, Sarah and her 6 children have started living together in Tunbridge Wells, England. Everything began with a proposal on a back of a double decker bus and then we followed them through their wonderful marriage ceremony in a NYC Hall!

Steven and Sarah would love to recommend NYC not only as a super interesting wedding location; what’s more important all the legal procedures are much cheaper and more easygoing than for example in England. In order to get a marriage license you can apply online or get it in person, just don’t forget yours and your loved one’s IDs! Marriage license cost is $35 and it’s valid for 60 days! You are allowed to start the marriage ceremony, which can be performed in NY City Hall or any other NYC wedding location you prefer, 24 hours after you get the license.

So, elopement in New York  save your money and time!
Everyone should learn from the wise ones! Steven and Sarah tied the knot in a city that never sleeps and got a honey moon trip, all in one! Congrats!

PS. We simply adore their Wedding outfit, what do you think?

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Elopement in New York

 

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    • That’s great news, congratulations! Yes, we could organize your NYC Elopement, take a look at our Elopement page, we created all-inclusive elopement packages or you could build your own package. The first step is to book us. Looking forward to organizing your perfect elopement in NYC.

  • Hi Goran,

    We were supposed to have a 175 person wedding on 4-4-20 in westchester at a big venue, but clearly that’s not happening. So we are in a bit of a pickle. We are thinking of rescheduling the big shindig to later this year or next year, but we would still like to get legally married now. We have our marriage license already (doesn’t expire until May) and we live in the battery park region of manhattan so were thinking of doing a quick legal marriage ceremony now on the Battery overlooking the water (the park and water walkway is still open)…and as luck would have it, our officiant friend (who we haven’t interacted with) now has coronavirus. We are brainstorming other ideas. Would you be open to meeting us 4/4/20 on the Battery for a quick legal ceremony (way less than a half hour) to be an officiant for us? How much would that cost?

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