Mary Beaty and Beth Lamont are two of the many licensed marriage officiates that perform New York Wedding. The two specialize in informal ceremonies, romantic elopements and family weddings. The civil wedding services that they provide are equivalent to those of the justice of peace or a judge. They design the wedding ceremony in ways that suit their clients and according to the wishes of the couples.
Mary and Beth have married hundreds of couples that look for more personalized and unique ceremonies than those that are offered in the city hall weddings. They will perform the wedding in the location that their clients have selected. Whether the location will be at home, the Brooklyn Bridge, City Hall Park or even the Times Square they will perform it.
Marriage Ceremonies That They Offer
They provide both formal and informal weddings, traditional and civil weddings and any other wedding that is allowed by the law that the couple will want. Their main aim is that they will create a wedding that meaningful and memorable for the couple.
They have samples of the ceremonies that the couples can choose from. The services that they offer range from bare bones ceremonies to the modern versions of saying the marriage vows and giving blessings. They listen to what the customers are looking for and they also give them a few ideas since they have been in the business for a ling time.
They do offer historical or even the contemporary New York Wedding services that include the following:
Although most of the ceremonies that they perform are the non religious ones, they have respect for the cultural traditions of their clients. They often get clients that are from different cultural back grounds and they will design the wedding according to the references that will be requested by the clients.
They have had Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, Spanish, German, Italian, Irish, Scottish, Celtic, Native American, East Indian, Lebanese, Pakistani, Iranian, Turkish, Albanian, Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Byelorussian, Danish, Dutch, French, Swiss, Swedish and many other cultural & linguistic elements, as well references to Quaker, Jewish, Catholic, Islamic, Mormon, Protestant, Unitarian, Neo-Pagan, Humanist, Buddhist, Shinto, Hindu, Vedic, and other traditions types of weddings.
There are so many venues both in the private and public domain where they have conducted New York Wedding
There are venues like the University Chapels, The Tillman Chapel for the United Nations, Riverside Church, The Brooklyn and New York Ethical Societies, Restaurants, Museums, Hotels, The Rainbow Room, Inns, Private Homes, Clubs, Lofts, Penthouses, Warehouses, Resorts, Central Park, Prospect Park, The Conservatory Garden, the New York and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, The Boathouse, the Foundry, Battery Park, Hudson River Park, Riverside Park, Madison Park (Flatiron), Fort Tryon Park, City Hall Park, Coney Island, the Gowanus Canal, Red Hook Pier, on balconies, rooftops, yachts, boats -- on the Brooklyn Bridge and in Brooklyn Bridge Park (DUMBO), the East River Park (Williamsburg), at the Fulton Ferry Landing, The Empire State Park, Tompkins Square Park (East Village), Chelsea Piers, in Grand Central, the Top of the Rock, Times Square, the High Line, among other locations that the clients select.
Published: 07/13/2010 by New York Wedding
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