New York Botanical Gardens Weddings are set at a National Historical Landmark in one of the nation’s most iconic cities. Many New York Botanical Gardens Weddings take place by the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. The Conservatory is a beautiful Victorian-style glasshouse, and is its own New York City Landmark. This incredible structure was opened in 1902 and is largest of its kind in the United States. The space is home to the exhibit A World of Plants, which is a permanent ecotour of the world that includes tropical rain forests, deserts, carnivorous and aquatic plants, and the world's most comprehensive collection of palm trees under glass. The Conservatory also is used to display the New York Botanical Garden's seasonal flower shows, including the spring Orchid Show and the winter Holiday Train Show. This photograph shows bride and groom, Sara and Jonathan, on their very special wedding day. The pair share a tender moment in the garden, surrounded by trees and with the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory rising up bolding in the background. It was a gorgeous weekend in early September, with the summer flora still flowering all about the grounds of the venue. The Conservatory serves as an exquisite backdrop for this romantic portrait of the bride and groom. The sun gleams brightly overhead, with rays bouncing off the glass of the structure and highlighting the couple as they embrace. Jonathan and Sara drink in this instant together, one of the first of the many magical moments they will share as husband and wife.