Windswept, beaming with love and friendship, and overlooking striking views of the NYC skyline, Brea and Keeb were pronounced as married.
It’s idyllic, lush, classic, majestic, quaint, and romantic; a whole other world of color, flora, and fauna in the middle of the concrete jungle that is New York City. If it wasn’t real, it would seem to have been conjured in a dream. That’s what makes Central Park so special, and it’s what makes it one of the most magical places to get married.
Sometimes, the most peaceful spots in the city are found in the most unexpected places. Like a hidden nook on an island separating 6 lanes of traffic. This spot holds special meaning for K & R, who decided it would also be where they would say 'I do.' When we arrived, I thought for sure we would get honked at from passersby and SnapChatted by the occasional pedestrian, but it was as if standing in plain sight ironically made us invisible. And this is just what K & R wanted - to exchange handwritten vows at their private week day elopement, in the middle of Madison Avenue, shrouded by the greenery of their secret 'venue,' as the cars zoomed past unaware.