A Wedding at The Pierre in New York City

By Mike Clingenpeel

The Pierre Wedding Set up

 

Imagine having your wedding at one of the most luxurious hotels in NYC.  The Pierre Hotel is a beautiful venue that overlooks Central Park from 5th Avenue right down the street from Tiffany’s.

A New York City wedding at The Pierre Hotel is unlike any other. This venue shines in the level and quality of service it provides as well as its convenience. Celebrities frequent this luxurious spot and many of Gruber’s most notable large-scale New York City wedding photography gigs have taken place here.

A wedding at The Pierre Hotel offers six elegant event rooms to choose from, each with the sophistication of a European hotel, newly renovated guest rooms, faultless service and veteran staff of on-site wedding planners.

The Pierre Hotel Wedding Process: A Photographer’s Dream

The flow of a wedding at The Pierre Hotel is always smooth, starting from getting ready in the Bridal Suite (The Pierre Hotel’s nicest bridal suite has a large balcony that makes capturing even the most formal New York City wedding photography a breeze). Then wedding parties will move down to the Rotunda for a quick setting shot, out to 5th Avenue for some cityscape shots, into Central Park for some greenery, the Cotillion Room for the ceremony, up a few steps to the Regency Room and Upper Foyer for lush hors d’ouevres and cocktails then a few short steps into the Ballroom for dinner and dancing.

A wedding at the Pierre Hotel is always at the top of our venue recommendation list when a bride to be tells us that she wants the most elegant and tasteful New York City wedding photography album Gruber can create.

Trust Gruber Photographers to capture your stunning wedding by contacting us today!

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