For the past 25 years, owners of the Empire State Building have invited couples to wed on top of the iconic Manhattan skyscraper on Valentine’s Day. This year, two women were chosen as one of two couples to be married on the building’s 86th-floor observatory. Fabiana Faria and Helena Barquet will be one of the […]
For the past 25 years, owners of the Empire State Building have invited couples to wed on top of the iconic Manhattan skyscraper on Valentine’s Day. This year, two women were chosen as one of two couples to be married on the building’s 86th-floor observatory.
Fabiana Faria and Helena Barquet will be one of the lucky couples to marry in the sky. Faria and Barquet are New Yorkers and co-owners of a home design store on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. After dating for seven years, Faria proposed to Barquet at New York’s famed Plaza Hotel; both women are architecture fans and have long idealized the Empire State Building.
The first same-sex weddings at the 102-story Empire State Building occurred on Valentine’s Day 2012, with both a male and female couple exchanging vows.
The other couple chosen to wed on this year’s Valentine’s Day is Chitra Pathak and Nachiket Patel, a New Jersey couple originally from India.
Check out the original story here: The Advocate Magazine.
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