Supreme Court Ruling Legalizing Gay Marriage Nationwide

We here at Officiant NYC are so happy and proud of our country’s decision today on marriage equality! All of our families, friends, and children deserve to grow up and live in country that accepts us for who we are and whomever we choose to love.

People all over the world have been hashtagging #lovewins – and today it sure feels like it did.

Since same sex marriage was legalized in New York State since 2011, Officiant NYC has married hundreds of glowing gay and lesbian couples and can’t wait to see the country allow this pure affection of the heart to flourish even further. The Supreme Court has made a wonderful, just, and emotionally intelligent decision and the entirety of country should be celebrating pride this weekend.

We’re rejoicing in this news and are so thrilled to do our part in spreading the love.















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I was honored to be a part of Laura and Marshall's romantic elopement in Central Park.  William's photographs are stunning.  He is an amazing photographer who makes the magic and emotion of the moment come through in his photos.

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Central Park Location - Strawberry Fields






In order to get married in Central Park you do not need a permit, unless you have over 20 people in your party.  The permit is $25.  For more information on Central Park locations, ceremony information and our wedding officiant services please call us at 347-699-6175 or go to our website www.officiantnyc.com


Central Park Location - Cop Cot






Cop Cot is Scottish for "little house on the crest of a hill" and is a reproduction of  one of the original wooden shelters that were common in central park in the 1860s. Built on a rock outcropping under a canopy of trees above the park's Center Drive, this location is peaceful and secluded and a perfect venue for a wedding rain or shine. Although it is easily accessible from the road, Cop Cot offers privacy and will accommodate up to 40 people.

In order to get married in Central Park you do not need a permit, unless you have over 20 people in your party.  We do suggest getting a permit for Cop Cot even if you have less than 20 guests.  The permit is $25.  For more information on Central Park locations, ceremony information and our wedding officiant services please call us at 347-268-1331 or go to our website www.officiantnyc.com