The Ladies Pavilion is a classic example of Victorian-era architecture and features a beautiful wrought iron roof supported by ornate columns. The roof provides ample shade, making it a popular spot for visitors to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The pavilion is a reminder of the important role that public spaces like Central Park play in the lives of people living in urban areas.
Though Central Park offers breathtaking landscapes that are ripe for romantic moments, sometimes it’s the individual benches that have the biggest stories to tell. Over 10,000 benches are scattered throughout the Park, and many have been "adopted." These benches display plaques with inscribed dedications, and while the messages range from cryptic (“Two Red Foxes and a Pup”) to humorous (“Come sit on me”), many of them express sentiments of love.
Summer in New York
Of course the heat is the main thing but the end of the season brings lots of rain. With that being said, this wedding could not start in a better way than with a beautiful rainy morning.