Manhattan is known for its busy and fast paced Financial District. Everyone is always on the go and noisy while trying to make a living every day. Although there are some people who are well accustomed to the hustle and bustle of a city life, there are actually some instances where you just want to escape from it.

There are always important occasions where you’d love to attend without having the memory of a yellow cab ruining everything- an occasion such as your wedding day. Would you believe that you can experience an outdoor garden wedding within the metropolis of Manhattan? Mimi and Maurice’s wedding last August 12, 2017 have shown the beauty of finding a secluded garden within a busy city.

Surrounded by gigantic buildings, a very generous amount of meadow was spread over a make-shift garden on top of a building. It showed one acre park that is more than enough to cater a solemn wedding.  No wonder, this garden was called The Elevated Acre. It was an oasis conveniently elevated above the city streets. It had beautiful plants that made it look like you were really on an actual garden wedding away from the city.

Being secluded made it safe from the symphony of cars honking at each other and all the unromantic sounds that the city life could offer. Bonus part was that they got to use the view as a backdrop.

Mimi and Maurice looked so modern and minimalist on every details of their weddings. From the preparation, up to the actual wedding day, everything was just so simple yet classy. A theme that really matched The Elevated Acre. With love and the will to rise above the city life, this wedding destination was the perfect one for them.

Check out the beautiful images captured by Into The Story below!

Vendor Collaboration

Favors and Gifts: Wedding Paper Divas
Cake Designer: Financier Patisserie
Hair Stylist: MG Hair and Makeup
Band: Manhattan City Music
Floral Designer: Fleurs du Mois
Caterer:Masterpiece Caterers
Ceremony Location: India House
Event Venue: Elevated Acre
Cinema and Video: Intothestory

Submitted via Two Bright Lights