Central Park Wedding Pics are situated in one of the many historic and iconic locations in New York City. Central Park was established in 1857, but it was first opened to visitors in the winter of 1858. Since that time, the park has grown in both size and renown. It is recognized as a National Historic Landmark, however, most who walk the park’s pathways view it simply as an escape from the busy city that surrounds it. Bride and groom, Chaimae and George Dennis, took pictures in Central Park on their July 2nd wedding day. The couple celebrated their nuptials on a summer Friday in Manhattan. The incredible day began with an enchanting marriage ceremony at the Plaza Hotel and it ended with a spectacular reception, also held at the Plaza. George Dennis and Chaimae’s day was a celebration of the love and devotion they share as a couple, and it was a celebration of the magnificence of New York City. In this photograph from their special day, the newlyweds sit inside a limousine that drives them to Central Park for wedding portraits. The pair gaze out the window of the elegant car, taking in the sights of the city as they cruise past. The groom, George Dennis, wears a classic black tuxedo, with a white dress shirt, tie and vest. The bride, Chaimae, wears a princess-like wedding gown. Layers of tulle puff up around the bride as she sits in the limo, flowing from the bodice of the dress which is decorated with intricate beading and jewels. The couple’s reflection can be seen faintly in the sun-lit window, appearing over the bright green trees that signify that they have reached Central Park. The newlyweds look out at the park with wonder on their faces, basking in the glow of the sunlight and the magic of their wedding day.