Gramercy Park Hotel wedding – Erin and James

Erin and James said “I do” in a timeless wedding at the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York and we were so thrilled to be part of their gorgeous celebration. From the stunning lace details of Erin’s gown to the chic yet simple table tops of the reception, every detail was thoughtful and unique.

The timeless architectural and style details of the Gramercy Park Hotel set the tone for the occasion with a romantic ambiance. The ceremony was held on an outdoor patio where trellis, greenery, and strings of lights overhead added to the romance. An understated yet elegant arch covered in white blooms framed the ceremony space as Erin and James became husband and wife.

The ceremony that followed was full of candlelight, memorable toasts from family and friends, an incredible three-course meal and a stunning all-white wedding cake. We absolutely loved being able to capture these moments for such an incredible couple!

About Gramercy Park Hotel: his landmark New York Hotel, located in the heart of the City, has been home to creative minds and distinguished guests for nearly a century. The Hotel is a modern take on a traditional grand New York Hotel, with its custom-designed, handcrafted furnishings and rotating collection of 20th-century Artwork, including masterpieces from Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Every room in this New York Hotel features unique Luxury Amenities — imported Italian linens, exquisite Artwork and luxurious beauty products.

Whether dining at Danny Meyer’s acclaimed Italian eatery Maialinoor enjoying specialty Cocktails under the soaring ceilings of the exclusive Rose Bar, Gramercy Park Hotel delivers exceptional guest experiences. And with a Rooftop Terrace providing stunning views and a key to Gramercy Park, Manhattan’s only Private Park, Gramercy Park Hotel guests have access to the very best of New York City.

Creative team:

Photography: Julian Ribinik
Venue: Gramercy Park Hotel

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