Wagner Cove in Central Park as a wedding location is one of those off-the-beaten-path spots. It’s technically a boat landing, so it’s right on the water. It’s also quite secluded, surrounded by small, gentle hills and the water. So you can really feel like you’re in a far away location when you’re tucked in there. Therefore it makes an excellent location for wedding vows!
Wedding at Wagner Cove
Angela and Logan were each relocating to NYC so they thought a Wagner Cove Central Park Wedding would be perfect. And it was 🙂 Angela got dressed at a little boutique hotel nearby and we just walked on over to the park. Their friends had come earlier in the day to put up signs and other directions in chalk on the pavement helping guests find their way.
The bridal party was probably relieved to be able to pick out their own outfits in the wedding day colors of blue and green. It also makes the photos a bit more interesting. And did you check out Logan’s kicks? Hello! I love that he picked the shoes that HE wanted to wear instead of the standard “dress shoes”. I so enjoyed photographing their wedding — it was too cute! And after exchanging their vows we wound our way through the park, stopping in various locations to get portraits. My favorites were near Bethesda Fountain and the Bow Bridge.
They had a relatively small budget for their wedding, so they saved here and there whenever possible. Angela actually baked their wedding cake. I love that! And I already wrote about how Angela got this gorgeous dress for just $9 here. But in general they made their budget-friendly wedding very sweet, feasible and fun.
Are you planning your wedding at Wagner Cove? Contact me and let’s chat!
Here are a few other weddings in Central Park:
Intimate Wedding at Ladies Pavilion