Married in a New York minute

Look out, Las Vegas! NYC just opened its first after-hours walk-in wedding chapel. ABC News' Will Ganss walked down the aisle to check it out.
2:55 | 08/21/19

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And that while traditional weddings are costing more and more. One woman here in New York is not to prove you don't have to break the bank to have your Sara Patton the ceremony victory are we'll Ganz went to see an end my season newest wedding chapel has what it takes. To make this the next romance capital world. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan atop the Empire State Building. Nicolas Cage and share at Lincoln Center. Who appear a whole New York City known for its cinematic romance. We're New Yorkers we don't have time for the. Welcome to instant below and its New York city's first and only after hours walking in wedding chapel. Donna Marie cents a barrel AKA Brent. 400 weddings and friends. Yeah here today. Is the only one offering a spot tie the knot New York City and City Hall is closed late into the night and on the weekends. It's the city that never sleeps how are you the first person they'll come up with this idea I don't know when my husband and I came up with the ATF. We really we're just like Ellis have to exist and he went on and tea air trying to find it somewhere and eat and do it and I can believe it doesn't exist here. US so they did. Doing the important research taking a trip to the walk in wedding capital of the world. Las Vegas we walked in to every single chapel on the strap and off the strip but we just said now we we can do this and we don't need Elvis brick city and Dallas Vegas it's more replica kind of Mariana Lima Hartmann. Hot here yes it's going to be a short ceremony but we are gonna make it his personal Lance as as cozy as we can it is a nice moment and it should be a nice moment. When clients command they have their pick of anything and everything they see in the chapel to make their ceremony a little more personal. Bouquets and bow ties and a variety of veils. I think in morning and welcome Tanya an Oscar a couple renewing their vows and honor of their third anniversary. Giving their ceremony a bit of a heavy metal plant. Something they might have missed out on elsewhere. You have like customization. That very important especially you know in New York City that that's not an option you have to go to City Hall which we consider how long client we want our weddings a bit sun not to let traditional things. Red Dee says most of the folks coming to instant allotments are tourists who didn't realize City Hall is an open on the weekends. People who just won a smaller quicker wedding or couples like Oscar in Tonya. He never wanted a traditional wedding in the first. Place I think people are gravitating away from traditional weddings because traditional wedding suck they're boring. I'm sorry but I want it to be so personal to the couple that people come up teen afterwards and up. I'm so them.

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