New York City Weddings: www.nycityweddings.com
No one knows New York City weddings better than the people who are living la vida loca in Metro New York. NyCityweddings.com was founded as a network site, sort of like the world wide web's answer to the wedding planner. Although this nuptial coordinator isn't nearly as pushy as Charlotte's on Sex and the City. The vendors are the most popular people on this site geared toward pulling New York City weddings off without a hitch, and leaving enough money in your pocket for a honeymoon when all is said and done.
There are tons of vendors who have posted their services in the following categories:
Ballons and Decorations
Name Change Information
Real Estate Photographers
Yep, there's someone in Metro New York offering all of those services, and they're just itching for a phone call. The website also hosts comprehensive guides specifically tailored to New York City weddings.
There are guides on catering halls in the Metro New York area. Guides on locations for the wedding reception. You'll find information on where to secure a wedding gown or tuxedo here, there's even an advice column. And if you're having trouble deciding on a list of songs to play at the reception, there are sections for every part of the party-from cocktails, to the father-daughter dance right on down to the first dance as husband and wife.
New York City Weddings For the Low Maintenance
So maybe big flamboyant hoe-downs aren't your thing. Perhaps you don't really need to have everyone you've encountered since kindergarten there to share in your big day, maybe you can be comfortable with just the two of you. If that's the case, you'll love a no hassle New York City Hall knot-tying ceremony.
Each of the five boroughs has offices for the engaged couple to fill out an application for a marriage license, even cousins, just in case you were wondering:
Manhattan: 1 Centre St., Municipal Building, 2nd flr., 212.669.2400
Bronx: 851 Grand Concourse, 161st Street, 718.590.5307
Brooklyn: 210 Joralemon St., Municipal Building, 718.802.3585
Queens: 120-55 Queens Blvd., 718.286.2829
Staten Island: 10 Richmond Terrace, Borough Hall, 718.816.2290
Bring a money order for $35, make it out to "City Clerk of New York." Be sure to have proof of your identity handy, as well as proof of your age. Proof of identity and age can come in the form of, a government issued ID, a Passport, something like that.
And when the marriage license arrives, you can enjoy your big day with the City of New York in the comfort of the Clerk's office. Visit the Manhattan Clerk's Office Monday-Friday between 8:30 am and 3:45 pm for a civil marriage ceremony.