New York Subway Wedding Pictures capture images that detail the vibrancy of a New York City wedding event. The New York Subway Wedding Pictures taken on the wedding day of Amy Stack and Robert Stribley show the city streets in an artistic light. Amy and Robert were married in a ceremony at the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe on July 20, 2012. In the days prior to the wedding, the family members of the bride and groom traveled to New York City and stayed there to celebrate throughout the week leading up to the big day. In this photo from Amy and Robert’s day of celebration, the bride and groom are seen walking up the steps that lead them out of the subway. It is the end of the evening and the couple is making their way home. Their method of transportation on the night of their wedding shows the true New Yorker spirit they each possess. The groom rises up from the subway in a black tuxedo, with a white dress shirt and a black bow tie. He holds a bottle of water, which he shared with his new wife on the ride to their stop. The bride gazes up at the city lights that shine all around them, forever in awe of this place they call home. She wears a flowing white chiffon gown, and she holds the hem of her skirt up to keep the lace bottom of the dress from dragging on the steps as she walks up onto the street. Around the newlyweds, people continue with their lives and barely give them a second glance. For the bride and groom though, this has been a day that will stay with them for years to come.