The Olympic Park could become a wedding venue, with couples taking their vows on the ArcelorMittal Orbit tower.
London Legacy Development Corporation said licences would be sought from Newham Council when the park reopens to the public later this year.
The applications are expected to include community space Timber Lodge and the viewing platform of the 114.5m (376ft) observation tower.
The group responsible for the park said they would make “spectacular venues”.
The site in Stratford, east London, which has been closed since the Games last year, will reopen in just over a month’s time at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after a £550m transformation.
It will eventually include houses, businesses, parklands and venues to stage sporting, entertainment and community events.
Dennis Hone, chief executive of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, said it would make “a fantastic place to celebrate a wedding”.
Newham Council welcomed the idea saying it would provide a “further Olympic legacy boost to the local economy”.